05.15.20AAN Position Statement Recommends Teleneurology for Nonurgent Neurologic Care During COVID-19 Pandemic
05.01.20Translingual Neuromodulation Improves Chronic Balance Deficit in Clinical Trial
Posttraumatic Headache in Children
Headache is common—although usually transient—in children after traumatic brain injury; therapy includes pharmacologic, behavioral, and educational interventions.
Elizabeth Ackley, MD, and Marcy E. Yonker, MD, FAHS
Diagnosing Secondary Headaches
The SNOOP10 mnemonic is a useful framework for diagnosing secondary headaches.
Chia-Chun Chiang, MD, and Juliana VanderPluym, MD, FRCP, FAHS
Guest Medical Editor's Page
A guide to navigating the waters of headache evaluation.
Rashmi B. Halker Singh, MD, FAHS, FAAN
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
03.11.20Head Sensors to Measure Frequency and Severity of Head Impact Have High Rate of False Positives
03.04.20Symptoms of Concussion and Depression Show Possible Reduction with Blue Light Therapy
12.31.19Mixed Martial Artists and Boxers Show Different Effects From Head Injuries
12.06.19New Composite Measure for Traumatic Encephalopathy Developed
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
10.31.19New Category 3 CPT Code for Eye-Tracking Test for Concussion Diagnosis
10.16.19Concussion Effects May Linger More Than a Year After Return to Play
10.15.19Microbleeds Seen on MRI May Be Predictive of TBI Outcomes
10.09.19FDA Clearance Granted for Mobile Game-Based Neurologic Assessment of Balance
Case Report: Delayed Subdural Hematoma
Elaine Williams, MS, MD; Robert Glatter, MD; Steven Mandel, MD; and Jared Steinklein, MD
09.26.19AbobotulinumtoxinA Plus Self-Rehabilitation Contract Improves Spasticity in Phase 3/4 Trial
08.30.19Eye Tracking Technology Detects Traumatic Brain Injury With Sensitivity and Specificity