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The Approval of PFO Closure in the United States

Marie-France Poulin, MD, and Clifford J. Kavinsky, MD, PhD

January 2018—A look back at the long road to FDA approval and the implications on patient care options going forward.

The Evolving Role of Neurologists in PFO Closure

Scott E. Kasner, MD

January 2018—How neurology plays a central role in determining cause and treatment of stroke.

Left Atrial Appendage Closure and the Neurologist

David Z. Rose, MD

January 2018—What neurologists need to know to ensure optimal patient selection.

Mobile Stroke Units

Claude Nguyen, MD, MEd, and Judy Jia, MD

January 2018—The Next Frontier in Stroke Treatment

Forward Thinking: Advances in Neurology

November/December 2017—A review of notable neurological developments in 2017 and a preview of the year ahead.

Moyamoya: An Update for the Practicing Neurologist

Timothy G. White, MD; Julia R. Schneider, BS; Kay O. Kulason, BA; Ralph Rahme, MD; Kevin Kwan, MD; Rafael A. Ortiz, MD; David J. Langer, MD; and Steven Mandel, MD

November/December 2017—Distinguishing between definite MMD, probable MMD, and MMS may not have significant practical implications.

From the Editor: New Additions to Practical Neurology® in 2018

November/December 2017—Where #Neurology and Culture Intersect

Benefits of PFO Closure Confirmed in Publication of Trial Data

October 2017—Data from three different studies recently published in The New England Journal of Medicine show that closing a patent foramen ovale (PFO) significantly reduces the rate of re…


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Launched in 2002, Practical Neurology is a publication uniquely dedicated to presenting current approaches to patient management, synthesis of emerging research and data, and analysis of industry news with a goal to facilitate practical application and improved clinical practice for all neurologists. Our straightforward articles give neurologists tools they can immediately put into practice.