Where #Neurology and Culture Intersect
Although there is no treatment to correct the pathological process that leads to AD, there is a large window of opportunity to treat this condition before it becomes clinically evident.
By Juan G. Ochoa, MD
By Francisco I. Perez, PhD, ABPP
Purpose in life is one of the main components of Quality of Life.
By Majid Fotuhi, MD, PhD And Sara Mehr
Though rarely a primary presentation in the general neurology practice, teeth grinding, gritting, or clinching may present as a trigger for other neurologic complaints.
By Martin Taylor, DO, PhD
Dispelling The #1 Myth Of Asset Protection: Why You Can Lose Assets In A Medical Malpractice Lawsuit
By David B. Mandell, JD, MBA and Jason M. O’Dell, MS, CWM
Movement Disorders Focus
Despite its prevalence, dystonia is under-recognized and therefore undertreated.
By Rachel Dolhun, MD, The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research
The infrequency with which it is encountered makes Pneumococcal Vertebral Osteomyelitis a formidable diagnostic challenge.