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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

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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

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An Example of the Central Vein Sign

Daniel S. Reich, MD, PhD

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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

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The Central Vein Sign

Is 1.5 T MRI still relevant for diagnosis of multiple sclerosis?

Evanthia Bernitsas, MD

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Neuroimaging Traumatic Brain Injuries

Imaging is of paramount importance to the overall care of people with TBIs

Collin Herman, MD, Chesney S. Oravec, MD, and Anand Karthik Sarma, MD

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The Importance of Neuroimaging

Anand Karthik Sarma, MD

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Stroke Spotlight: Hypercoagulable States in Ischemic Stroke

An illustrative case and discussion.

Swarna Rajagopalan, MD

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Neuromuscular Notes: Rhabdomyolysis

A practical approach to diagnosis and management.

Farah El-Sadi, MD, and Aaron Izenberg, MD, FRCPC


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The New CPT Codes for Video-EEG

A guide to understanding the new CPT codes for billing of video-EEG monitoring that will be effective in January 2020.

Marc Nuwer, MD, PhD

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The First Seizure

Seizures need to be distinguished from other common differential diagnoses, and seizure type must be determined because it dictates management and counseling.

Christine Hung, MD

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The Evolution of Seizure to Epilepsy

Although there may be far to go, we have come a long way from equating seizures with demonic possession and have more tools to address seizures and epilepsy.

Inna Keselman, MD, PhD

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Special Report: Neuro-oncology

Part 1. Epidemiology, clinical evaluation, and diagnosis

Brian J. Williams, MD

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Case Report: Complete Spinal Cord Injury

Emergency surgical cord decompression before functional paralysis can preserve function after spinal cord injury.

Reginald Lafleur, MD; Melissa Lafleur, MD; Steven Mandel, MD; and Jason A. Ellis, MD

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