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About half of older people with memory loss who meet the clinical definition of mild cognitive impairment will develop Alzheimer’s disease within five years, but predicting who will and will not progress to dementia remains a challenge.
The authors review the various urodynamic tests, which help guide therapy for the neurosurgeon, and discuss interpretation pitfalls with respect to interobserver variability.
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This comprehensive review examines the tools available to the neuroradiologist for evaluating patients with cognitive impairment or dementia, as well as the implications of radiologic findings.
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The authors present surgical strategies for optimizing outcomes in cases of seizures associated with intracranial lesions.
A new, home-based program for toddlers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that combines behavioral change techniques in a playful environment boosted the children's IQ, language ability, and social interaction skills more than a community-based program, according to a new study.
A substantial number of Parkinson's disease patients deteriorate during hospitalization. Why?
Dr. Andrew Wilner discusses the severe lack of epilepsy resources in post-earthquake Haiti.
Do large decompressive craniectomies offer improved clinical outcomes over craniotomies after surgical evacuation of supratentorial intracerebral hemorrhage?
Active seniors should take measures to protect their head, expert says
WebMD explains alternative treatments for ADHD, including the Feingold Diet, neurofeedback, omega-3 supplementation, chiropractic treatment, and working memory training.
The causes, symptoms, and treatment of upper limb spasticity, which causes stiff, flexed arm muscles.
Immunosuppressive agents may trigger the development of immune-mediated neuropathies.
Intravenous recombinant tissue plasminogen activator is a highly effective treatment for acute ischemic stroke, but routine provision is challenging for emergency responders in isolated rural communities.