As Parkinson’s patients advance through their disease, they are hospitalized more frequently than their age-matched controls.
By Michael J. Soileau, MD and Erin E. Furr-stimming, MD
Why expectations need to be monitored as closely as patients.
By Michele Tagliati, MD
A rare disorder presenting with myoclonus may be misdiagnosed as Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, or chorea.
By Dorota Jasinska And Jerzy Boczon
Strategies for managing a challenging presentation.
By Michelle L. Dougherty, MD
Expert Opinion: Differential Diagnosis of Isolated Elbow Pain and Treatment in Patients with Medial or Lateral Epicondylitis, Part 2
This two-part series reviews the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of elbow pain.
By Madouna Hanna, DO; Kevin Trinh, MD; Gerard Degregoris, III, MD; Pierce Ferriter, MD; Steven Mandel, MD; Steve M. Aydin, DO
By arming patients with the resources they need to make informed decisions about their own care, we can be true teammates on their roster of health care professionals.
By James B. Leverenz, MD
Important questions might give you the answer
By David B. Mandell, JD, MBA and Andrew Taylor, CFP®
An intravenous infusion study looks at rHIgM22 as a potential remyelinating agent.