This information comes to us courtesy of a study just out in the journal Neurology.
From the "Update in Neurology": To determine if a patient has dementia, there's an easier, more effective technique than the mini-mental exam.
the journal Neurology.
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Starling, MD. Dr. Starling, an assistant professor of neurology at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, reviewed these red flags and some urgent causes of headache during the Mayo Clinic Hospital Medicine 2017
39%), followed by neurology (31%), psychiatry (30%), and pediatrics (25%), the analysis found.
People with a family history of cancerous brain tumors are at higher risk of developing those tumors than people with no family history, Neurology reports.
Results were published online April 17 in Neurology. Of 969 ischemic stroke patients, 23% were taking low to moderate doses and 4.1% were taking high doses of statins before their
of diagnosis, one expert explained at the American Academy of Neurology's 2019 annual meeting. ... Another story from the American Academy of Neurology's meeting addresses migraines, specifically why communication may be the biggest key to effective
Samuels, MD, MACP. Photo by Kevin Berne. Kidding aside, Dr. Samuels, who is the founding chair of the department of neurology at Brigham and Women's Hospital and professor of neurology ... Dr. Samuels also said that tics are one of his favorite areas to