A look at FTD’s symptoms, pathophysiology, subtypes, as well as the latest from imaging studies.
By Zac Haughn, Senior Associate Editor
LHON should be considered as a diagnosis in patients, regardless of age, with unexplained bilateral optic neuropathy and central vision loss.
By Darby D. Miller, MD, Craig E. Geist, MD, and Charles J. Macri, MD
A significant trend, encouraged by NIH, is expanding clinical research to community hospitals with potential benefits for patients and clinicians.
By David M. Brown, MD, and Laura Whitaker, RN
By Paul Winnington
Dementia Insights: The Role of Cognitive Fluctuations and Impaired Episodic Memory in the Diagnosis of Dementia: New Considerations
Studies suggest that the presence of cognitive fluctuations and abnormalities in episodic memory and delayed recall can occur in several dementias.
By Ronald Devere, MD
Expert Opinion: Neuropsychological Impairments In Females with Primary Sjögren’s Syndrome: New Insights
The pSS literature has reported varying degrees of central nervous system involvement in individuals with this condition and secondary cognitive deficits associated with the disease.