In this Issue
New findings and updated approaches to headaches, gene testing, sleep, and more.
Researchers shared new findings at the AES meeting this winter.
The impact of epilepsy surgery on Quality of Life cannot be overlooked, while use of prophylactic AEDs remains controversial.
With Kimford J. Meador, MD and Janette Greenhalgh, PhD
Did the only person ever elected to the presidency four times have Guillain-Barré syndrome and epilepsy?
By Randolph W. Evans, MD
From football to bicycle, helmets provide defense against traumatic brain injuries. How good are they?
By Francis X. Conidi, DO, MS
What do neurologists need to know about ADHD? A specialist gives an overview on childhood presentations. Next month: A look at adult patients.
A Q&A With Janine Rosenberg, PhD
Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability in the US with over 800,000 cases per year, but there are steps that can improve outcomes.
By Mark Reiter, MD, MBA, FAAEM and Brian Fengler, MD, FAAEM
Post-traumatic syringomyelia, a complication associated with severe pain and sensory and motor findings, may start months or years after a spinal cord injury.
By Fabian H. Rossi, MD; Welwin Liu, MD; Elisa Marie Rossi; Elizabeth Gonzalez; and Emmanuel Cleto, MD
The Nine Reasons Physician-Investors Underperform Without Professional Management
By David B. Mandell, JD, MBA and Robert G. Peelman, CFP®
As the Open Payments website becomes more user-friendly, physicians must ensure their disclosures are accurate or risk misinterpretation.
By Steven J. Cagnetta, Esq, and Steven K. Ladd
Last month’s case presented a 41-year-old woman with a one-year history of tinnitus and left otalgia.