A specialist weighs in on when to consider vagus nerve stimulation and the latest research in neurostimulation for epilepsy patients
By Zac Haughn; A Q&A with David Spencer, MD
From agents in early clinical trials to relatively recent approvals, multiple treatments may improve the care of common and rare forms of epilepsy.
By Emma Williams, PhD
Neurologists, who increasingly will confront patients diagnosed with sports concussion, must be adept at identifying and managing the condition. Part I of a series reviews epidemiology, definition, mechanism, and clinical manifestations.
By Francis X. Conidi, DO, MS
Optical Coherence Tomography in Neurology - Where Are We?
By Ari Green, MD
Multiple White Matter Hyperintense Lesions
By Ronald Devere, MD
Central Diabetes Insipidus: A Case Study