In this Issue
Catching Up to the Future
Following Years of Anticipation, the Alzheimer's Treatment Spectrum is Poised for Major Advances
Neuropsychological assessments can be extremely useful in the detection, diagnosis, and management of dementia syndromes.
By Katya Rascovsky, PhD
One expert explains why Alzheimer’s research and therapeutics are poised for major gains over the next decade.
With Howard Fillit, MD
With Liana Apostolova, MD
Despite a bevy of options to manage atrial fibrillation, many questions remain unanswered regarding the utility of monitoring and anticoagulation.
By Cen Zhang, MD and Scott E. Kasner, MD
By Douglas Kondziolka, MD
Early and pronounced involvement of the amygdala is known to be characteristic for the behavioral variant of frontotemporal dementia, but it may also occur in ALS.
By Felix Geser, MD, PhD, Leo Hermle, MD, Patrick J. Egan, MD, Johannes Brettschneider, MD, and Tibor C. G. Mitrovics, MD
VIDEO CASE SOLUTION
By Aziz Shaibani, MD, FACP, FAAN, FANA
By David B. Mandell, JD, MBS and Michael Lewellen, CFP®
Existing literature is compelling enough to warrant further studies to determine the safety, efficacy, and benefits of cannabinoids.