Appropriate patient selection, pre-operative assessments, and careful patient counseling are all essential components to successful DBS in PD.
By Joohi Jimenez-Shahed, MD
The newly published results of the NSTAPS study, a randomised controlled trial, found that STN DBS offered greater improvement in motor symptoms and effects on disability.
A Q&A With Rob M. A. De Bie, MD And Vincent J. J. Odekerken, MD
Healthcare professionals don’t always recognize the many differences in the presentation, course, and treatment of ET and PD.
By Joseph Jankovic, MD
The past six months have seen new research and new treatment guidelines for RLS. We take a closer look here.
By Zac Haughn, Senior Associate Editor
Patients on long-term opioid therapy should be actively monitored for signs and symptoms consistent with hypogonadism.
By Kevin Donohue, DO, Intekhab Ahmed, MD, Jeffrey Miller, MD, Steven Mandel, MD, Adam Sobel, MD
As practices move toward EHRs, practical issues like system security and fraud (willful or accidental) warrant consideration.