Telemedicine: An Old Idea
By Shawn Masia, MD
Playing the Long Game: Current and Future Paths in TBI and Concussion
Advances in evaluation, risk stratification, and treatment of all severities of traumatic brain injury are shaping new approaches to management and prevention.
With Kristine H. O’Phelan, MD
Aches and Trauma: Understanding Post-Traumatic Headache, Part 1 of 2: Diagnosis and Pathophysiology
Findings increasingly suggest a pathophysiological link between concussion and headache, with implications for how neurologists approach both conditions.
By Francis X. Conidi, DO, MS
MRI Volumetrics and CTE: A New Step Toward Detection?
Preliminary findings suggest potential for structural MRI to detect patterns of volume loss in CTE.
With David A. Merrill, MD, PhD
SUDEP: Risk Factors and Proposed Mechanisms
Patients and families deserve information about their risk for SUDEP and steps that can be taken to minimize that risk.
By Michelle L. Dougherty, MD
MOVEMENT DISORDERS FOCUS
Technology and Parkinson’s Disease: New Solutions for Old Problems
From digital innovations to practical solutions, technology can offer the possibility of improved quality of life for individuals with Parkinson’s disease.