An update by Practical Neurology
By Zac Haughn, Senior Associate Editor
A Summary by the Parkinson’s Progression Marker’s Initiative (PPMI)
Data to date suggest that focused ultrasound may provide a non-invasive, non-pharmacologic option to treat the tremor of PD.
A Q&A with Binit B. Shah, MD
Expanded labeling is based on data showing an improvement in quality of life and longer-term data.
A Q&A With William Marks, MD
A laughably easy test to remember.
By Gary L. Cohen, MD
An analysis of the data casts doubt on the purported benefits of MTSDS.
By Paul G. Mathew, MD, FAHS
In 1672, Thomas Willis provided the first description of chronic migraine (CM) when he reported the case of the philosopher, Anne, Viscountess Conway, who was also treated by William Harvey and Robert Boyle without success.1-4 Has our treatment of chronic migraine since improved?
By Randolph W. Evans, MD
Piramal Imaging shared promising results from five studies evaluating the company’s PET amyloid imaging agent (florbetaben F18*) at the 2013 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference this summer.
By Ahmed Al-Badri, MD; Jean Jacques Mbabuike, MD; David A. Porter, MD; Pierce J. Ferriter, MD; and Steven Mandel, MD
Video Case Solution
Last month’s case presented recurrent acute focal pain and persistent numbness in a middle-age woman.