June 2017

 

Issue

Intervention and Prevention: The State of Care and Research in Alzheimer’s Disease

Several promising threads in research and policy are paving the way for much needed therapeutic interventions.

By Jeffrey L. Cummings, MD, ScD

The Rapidly Evolving Front in Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Imaging technologies may pave the way toward early diagnosis and the development of disease modifying therapies.

With Ronald C. Petersen, MD, PhD, a Q&A

Music and Dementia: An Overview

Music appears to be a unique and powerful stimulus for reaffirming personal identity and social connectedness in individuals with dementia.

By Ronald Devere, MD

FEATURE ARTICLES

Telemedicine Outcomes and Performance: The Next Phase in Stroke Care

As telemedicine becomes more embedded in the stroke treatment landscape, new efforts to quantify outcomes and performance will help maximize its use.

with Lawrence Wechsler, MD, a Q&A

Tardive Dyskinesia: A New Treatment for an Old Disorder

A recently approved treatment can safely treat tardive dyskinesia without the need to alter a patient’s psychiatric medication.

By Laxman Bahroo, DO and Rita Gandhy, MD, MPH

DIGITAL PRACTICE

Remote Work Balances Life

By Shawn Masia, MD

VIDEO CASE CHALLENGE

Patient with Severe Pain and Hematoma of the Bicep

By Hayan Ibraheem, MD and Aziz Shaibani, MD

FINANCIAL PLANNER

You May Not Need Life Insurance: Five Things To Consider

By Jason M. O’Dell, MS, CWM and David B. Snyder, JD, CLU
 

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About Practical Neurology

Launched in January 2002, Practical Neurology strives to enhance quality of care and improve the daily operation of neurology practices. Each month, our experts explain the real-world significance of recent advances in neurologic science and offer step-by-step advice on how to overcome the clinical and business challenges neurologists face. Our straightforward, how-to articles give neurologists tools they can put into practice right away.

 
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