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Dementia Insights: Cognitive Consequences of Perimenopause

A possible contribution of perimenopause should be considered when evaluating women with cognitive complaints.

Ronald Devere, MD, FAAN

Dementia Insights: Blood Pressure Control and Cognitive Impairment

Could recommendations for more aggressive blood pressure control worsen prognosis for vascular and neurodegenerative cognitive impairments?

Ronald Devere, MD, FAAN

Dementia Insights

Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus

A treatable cause of dementia.

Ronald Devere, MD, FAAN

Dementia Insights

The Cognitive Consequences of Obesity

Obesity that drives metabolic syndrome may drive a higher risk of dementia.

Ronald Devere, MD, FAAN

Dementia Insights

The Cognitive and Behavioral Consequences of Hearing Loss, Part 2: Evaluation and Treatment

Although unrecognized hearing loss can affect quality of life and play a role in cognitive impairment, it may be reversible and/or treatable.

Ronald Devere, MD

Dementia Insights

The Cognitive and Behavioral Consequences of Hearing Loss, Part 1

Evidence suggests a causal link between hearing decline and cognitive impairment.

Ronald Devere, MD

Music and Dementia: An Overview

Music appears to be a unique and powerful stimulus for reaffirming personal identity and social connectedness in individuals with dementia.

Ronald Devere, MD

Feature Article

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Following TBI and the Neurologic-Psychiatric Borderland

Increasing data suggest an overlap of neurologic and psychiatric elements in traumatic brain injury.

Ronald Devere MD, FAAN

Dementia Insights

The Cognitive Consequences Of Alcohol Use

Ronald Devere, MD

Dementia Insights

Clarifying the Role of Amyloid Burden in Vascular Cognitive Impairment

New evidence suggests that amyloid burden plays a role in the progression of vascular cognitive impairment, particularly in older patients.

Ronald Devere, MD

Dementia Insights

A Diagnosis of Exclusion: Keys to Consider on the Diagnostic Accuracy of Alzheimer's Disease

New research suggests that the diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease is not as simple as previously thought.

Ronald Devere, MD, FAAN

Medical Marijuana: Composition, Neurological Benefits, And Adverse Events

This second in a two-part feature series on marijuana addresses the potential benefits of medical marijuana in neurology and considers future directions in care.

Ronald Devere, MD

Feature Article

Recreational Marijuana and Cognitive Decline: What Every Clinical Neurologist Needs To Know

The first installment of a two-part series exploring the impact of recreational and medical marijuana on cognitive function and neurological disorders.

Ronald Devere, MD, FAAN

Dementia Insights: A Specialist Reviews Still Alice

Ronald Devere, MD, FAAN

Dementia Insights: Nutritional Aspects of Cognitive Impairment: Its Role In Prevention and Treatment

Much of the information on nutrition and dementia is not scientifically well-documented, but there is evidence that proper nutrition can be beneficial.

Ronald Devere, MD

The Texas Experience

Experts and care providers in Texas joined forces to develop guidelines that aid diagnosis and care and help elucidate the many types and causes of cognitive impairment.

Ronald DeVere, MD

Dementia Insights

Cognitive Consequences of Vitamin D Deficiency

Ronald Devere MD FAAN

Dementia Insights: Cognitive Impairment In Primary Psychiatric Disorders: Role In The Diagnosis Of Cognitive Disorders In Clinical Neurology

How does the presence of an ongoing primary psychiatric disorder with or without pharmacotherapy play a role in our aging population who present to the neurologist with symptoms of memory loss and cognitive decline?

Ronald Devere, MD

Dementia Insights

Cognitive Complications of Elective Surgery and Anesthesia

Ronald Devere, MD, FAAN

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Dementia Insights:
Short- and Long-Term Cognitive Consequences of Acute Non-Neurological Hospitalization

Most neurologists are not surprised to hear that a patient has cognitively or physically deteriorated after hospitalization, but what is the evidence and mechanism for this?

Ronald Devere, MD

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This Month's Issue
Neuromuscular Notes: Hereditary Neuropathy

Trisha Multhaupt-Buell, MS, CGC; and Reza Sadjadi, MD

Parkinson’s Disease Treatment Update

Zehra Farzal, MD; Guillaume Lamotte MD, MSc; and Laxman B. Bahroo, DO