05.15.20AAN Position Statement Recommends Teleneurology for Nonurgent Neurologic Care During COVID-19 Pandemic
05.15.20International Panel Makes Recommendations for Management of Acute Ischemic Stroke in the Context of COVID-19
05.12.20Use of UPDRS Via Telemedicine Not Recommended During COVID-19 Pandemic
04.21.20Portable Brain Imaging System Shows Promise for Stroke Identification
Stroke Snapshot: Metabolic Stroke
Identifying underlying causes of metabolic stroke is essential for prompt appropriate treatment.
Divakar Mithal, MD, PhD, and Tracy Gertler, MD, PhD
Medical Transition from Pediatric to Adult Care in Neurology
It is critical to see transition as a process not simply a moment in time when care is transferred.
Lawrence W. Brown, MD
02.28.20Machine Learning Models to Aid Early Accurate Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis
Point/Counterpoint: Neurofilament Light
Ready for prime time as a biomarker for multiple sclerosis or not?
Adil Javed, MD, PhD, and James Stankiewicz MD, FAAN
The Central Vein Sign
Is 1.5 T MRI still relevant for diagnosis of multiple sclerosis?
Evanthia Bernitsas, MD
02.03.20The FDA Gives Clearance to Software That Analyzes MRI Markers for Neurodegenerative Diseases
01.15.20FDA Clears AI Solution For Flagging Large-Vessel Occlusion
12.04.19Oculomotor Test for Parkinson’s Disease Receives Breakthrough Device Designation
Challenge Case Report: Aseptic Meningitis Worsening With Treatment
Diagnosis should be re-evaluated when clinical situations change.
David Horvat, MD; Jack Lovell, DO; and Glen Cook Jr, MD
Case Report: Seizure, Fever, Hallucinations, & Vision Loss
A circuitous route to dual diagnoses.
Elizabeth Carroll, MD; Asya I. Wallach, MD; Arielle Kurzweil, MD; Steven Frucht, MD; Thomas Berk, MD; Michael Boffa, MD; and Ilya Kister, MD
Neuroimaging and Alzheimer’s Disease
Structural neuroimaging is an important ancillary diagnostic test for dementias, and molecular imaging has increasing utility.
Mary Ellen Koran, MD, PhD
Brain Tumor Imaging
It is essential to be familiar with advanced MRI—perfusion, diffusion, spectroscopy, and susceptibility—for diagnosis of brain tumors.
Mona Shahriari, MD, and Parham Moftakhar, MD
Ultrasound in Neuromuscular Medicine
Ultrasound is highly useful and an integrated complement to history, physical exam, and electrodiagnostic testing for neuromuscular disease.
Vanessa Baute Penry, MD, and Jared Hollinger, MD
RAPID Automated CT Perfusion in Clinical Practice
When executed consistently and interpreted correctly, RAPID automated CT perfusion studies can identify appropriate candidates for thrombectomy.
Brady Laughlin, DO; Alex Chan, DO; Waimei Amy Tai, MD; and Parham Moftakhar, MD