New findings may help identify patients at highest risk for stroke and help others reduce their risk.
New advancements suggest enhanced opportunities to improve outcomes and save lives. Experts weigh in.
By Zac Haughn, Senior Associate Editor
MR is proposed as a safe, convenient, non-invasive method to detect natural electromagnetic radiation from internal tissues, indicating plaque inflammation with potential prognostic clinical implications.
By Q&A with Professor Elias Siores
The first priority for the consulting neurologist is confirming the diagnosis. Treating any underlying disease does far more to improve outcome than mere suppression of seizures. Treatment options exist for prolonged SE, but clinicians must be realistic with families.
By Giridhar P Kalamangalam, MD, DPhil, FRCP
Isolated Radial Nerve Palsy Secondary to Influenza Vaccination: A Case Report with Imaging Correlation
This report presents the first case of an injection injury to the radial nerve caused by inappropriately placed intramuscular Influenza vaccination, documented with advanced imaging.