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Case Report: Hemiparkinsonism in a Patient With Multiple Sclerosis

In this case, there was a causal relationship between comorbid diseases.

Andrea P. Lee, MD; Giulietta M. Riboldi, MD; Ilya Kister, MD; Jonathan E. Howard, MD; and Ritesh A. Ramdhani, MD

Multiple Sclerosis Minute: Telemedicine and Multiple Sclerosis

Telemedicine is acceptable to patients and clinicians in the continuum of clinic-to-in-home care and reduces barriers to care.

Valerie J. Block, DPTSc, PT; and Riley Bove, MD, MMSc

Guest Medical Editor's Page

The Importance of Sleep

Sleep has a critical role in brain health and is an essential part of improving neurologic care for all of our patients.

Logan Schneider, MD

Special Report

Dizziness and Vertigo

Part 1: Untangling the complexity of dizziness and vertigo requires a careful history.

Daniel R. Gold, DO; and Ari A. Shemesh, MD

Pediatric-Onset Multiple Sclerosis

Information from clinical trials in children with MS is furthering understanding and improving treatment options for this rare presentation.

Brenda L. Banwell, MD; and Duriel I. Hardy, MD

Immunopathogenesis of Multiple Sclerosis

Disruption of immune tolerance, inflammation, and blood-brain–barrier breach lead to demyelination and axonal injury.

Neeta Garg, MD; Ye Hu, MD; and Kottil W. Rammohan, MD

Maintaining Ambulation

Physical therapy, exercise, physical activity, and medications adapted to individual needs can all help maintain the ability to walk.

Michelle H. Cameron, MD, PT, MCR; and Ylva E. Nilsagård, PT, PhD

Emerging Therapies for Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

A number of agents with putative neuroprotective effects have shown promise in recent clinical trials.

Matthew Tremblay, MD, PhD

POINT-COUNTERPOINT: Natalizumab Extended-Interval Dosing

Optimism vs caution for using extended-interval dosing to prevent progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy.

David B. Clifford, MD; and John F. Foley, MD

Cover Focus: Multiple Sclerosis & Demyelinating Disorders

Multiple Sclerosis Misdiagnosis

Accurate diagnosis requires correspondence to typical clinical syndromes, correct interpretation of radiologic and CSF data, and thorough evaluation for mimics.

Alexandra Galati, MD; and Marwa Kaisey, MD

Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorders

It is critical to maintain a high index of suspicion for these conditions when evaluating a patient with demyelination to avoid delays in treatment.

Michael J. Bradshaw, MD; and Dorlan Kimbrough, MD

Guest Medical Editor's Page

A Coming of Age for Neuroimmunology

Increasingly complex diagnostics and highly effective disease-modifying therapy come with challenges in clinical decision making.

Aaron M. Carlson, MD

MS Minute: Introducing The New Editors

Our new editors continue their professional collaboration to help advance care of patients with MS.

Barbara S. Giesser, MD, FAAN, FANA; and Lawrence Samkoff, MD, FAAN

Neurosyphilis-Induced Psychosis

The return of the great imitator makes it critical to know the guidelines for testing for neurosyphilis.

Nabil Ali, MD; and Veronica Hocker, MD

Spotlight Topic: Neuropsychiatry

Cognitive Complaints and Neuropsychologic Testing

When should neuropsychologic tests be ordered and what questions should testing answer?

Nabil Ali, MD; Laura M. Clark, PhD, ABPP; and Kendra Corning, PsyD, HSPP


Case Report

Case Report: Longitudinally Extensive Transverse Myelitis

The borderline of neuromyelitis optica and systemic lupus erythematosus.

Ylec Mariana Cardenas, MD; Lakshmi Leishangthem, MD; Aparna Prabhu, MD; David Roby, MD; Pooja SirDeshpande, MD; and Saman Zafar, MD

MS Minute: Late-Breaking Data From ECTRIMS—Evobrutinib Safety and Efficacy

A potential new first-in-class treatment affects Bruton's tyrosine kinase.

Daniel Kantor, MD, FAAN, FANA

Healthy Cognitive Aging

There are evidence-based tools for staying sharp throughout the lifespan.

Brian K. Lebowitz, PhD, ABPP-CN; Elizabeth Londen, PhD; and Thomas Preston, PhD, ABPP-CN

Cover Focus: Technology & Wellness

Treating Stress to Improve Neurologic Outcomes

Research on the interaction between hormones and seizures supports the importance of helping patients manage stress.

Riley Bove, MD, MMSc; and Graham R. Huesmann, MD, PhD

Guest Medical Editor's Page

Wellness and Neurology

There is clear evidence for promoting wellness practices to all patients with neurologic disorders.

Patricia K. Coyle, MD, FAAN, FANA

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