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Innovations in Neuroscience

March 2016—New research has shed light on the size of neural connections, estimating the memory capacity of the brain far higher than common estimates. Investigators from the Salk Instit…

In-Focus: Multiple Sclerosis

March 2016—Why Early Diagnosis and Strong Patient Partnerships Have Become the Cornerstone of Multiple Sclerosis Treatment.

Lingual Dysarthia

Mohanad Alzubaidi, MD and Aziz Shaibani, MD, FACP, FAAN, FANA

January/February 2016— In last month’s challenge (available on PracticalNeurology.com), we presented a case of a 70-year-old man with a sudden lisp. Lingual dysarthria can be a featu…

The Emerging Role of Neurotoxins for the Treatment of Upper Limb Spasticity

A Q&A with David M. Simpson, MD

November/December 2015—One expert addresses the evolving standards of care and strategies for enabling patients to receive optimal care.

How to Know it When You See It: Diagnosing Neuralgic Amyotrophy (Parsonage-Turner Syndrome)

John W. Norbury, MD, Nens van Alfen, MD, PhD, Kelly M. Harrell, PhD, MPT, Carrie A. McShane, MD, Daniel P. Moore, MD, Steven Mandel, MD

November/December 2015—An understanding of the basic science, clinical presentation, and treatment options for neuralgic amyotrophy is necessary to facilitate timely diagnosis and treatment.

An Unusual Case of Descending Paralysis Caused by West Nile Virus

Craig R. Grossman MD, Alexandra Walczyszyn MD, Steven Mandel MD, Dialecti Voudouris, MD, Lynn Ratner, MD, Nicky Bhatia, and Souheil Samaha, MD

October 2015—Clinicians should consider a diagnosis of West Nile Virus in patients with acute flaccid paralysis, particularly those who come from areas where WNV is endemic.

Hirayama Disease

Aziz Shaibani, MD

September 2015—Last month’s case presented a 21-year-old shrimp peeler who developed weakness of his fingers five years earlier that progressed to a point where he was unable to perfor…

Your Attention, Please: ADHD Linked With Epilepsy

With Alan Ettinger, MD

March 2015—New research shows adult epilepsy patients report ADHD at higher rates than the general public. How does this affect seizure control?

 
 

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