HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE CURRENT ISSUE

Sleep & Traumatic Brain Injury

With Michael S. Jaffee, MD, FAAN

Sleep disorders are a common symptom of traumatic brain injury and treating them is also part of promoting recovery.

Sleep & Medical Training

Michael Howell, MD, FAAN, FAASM

“If sleep doesn’t serve an absolutely vital function, it is the greatest mistake evolution ever made.”—Allan Rechschaffen, University of Chicago

Case Report: Cyclophosphamide as Rescue Agent in Myasthenic Crisis

CASE REPORT

Amanda E. Simon, BS; and Daniel L. Menkes, MD

When patients are refractory to first-line treatments for myasthenic crisis, cyclophosphamide may have benefits and warrants further study.

Sleep & Neurodevelopment

COVER FOCUS: THE IMPORTANCE OF SLEEP

Anne M. Morse, DO

Sleep characterization in children may have a role in evaluation for risk of impaired development, behavior, mood, and self-regulation.

NEWS

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Isradipine Shows No Benefit for Parkinson’s Disease

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Clinical Trial of Phosphodiesterase Inhibitor Begins for Treatment of Early Alzheimer’s Disease

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Last Patient Fully Assessed in Trial of Accordion Formulation of Levodopa/Carbidopa for Parkinson’s Disease

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Tofersen for Treatment of Familial Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

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Young Blood Plasma for Parkinson's Disease

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Humanized Antibody Targets Tau Protein in Alzheimer’s Disease

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