Neurosciences

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April 15, 2024/Neurosciences/Podcast

Balancing Benefits and Pitfalls of Neurotoxin Injections (Podcast)

Determining the right dose and injecting in the right muscle can be challenging

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April 5, 2024/Neurosciences/Epilepsy

New Insights on the Dynamics of Interictal-to-Ictal Transitions in Epilepsy

Study combines intracranial electrophysiology and SPECT to elucidate the role of hypoperfusion

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April 2, 2024/Neurosciences/Podcast

Diagnosis and Management of Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy-Related Inflammation (Podcast)

New research sheds light on a potentially devastating condition that is reversible when properly managed

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March 15, 2024/Neurosciences/Podcast

Diagnosis and Management of Idiopathic Hypersomnia (Podcast)

Testing options and therapies are expanding for this poorly understood sleep disorder

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March 11, 2024/Neurosciences/Research

Sildenafil as an Alzheimer’s Candidate Drug: Further Support From Insurance Database and Mechanistic Studies

Real-world claims data and tissue culture studies set the stage for randomized clinical testing

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Study Supports Less-Strict Monitoring for Nonaneurysmal Perimesencephalic SAH Without Hydrocephalus

Digital subtraction angiography remains central to assessment of ‘benign’ PMSAH

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As AI Tools Emerge, Be Proactive and Engaged to Shape Their Development

Cleveland Clinic neuromuscular specialist shares insights on AI in his field and beyond

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Multidisciplinary Collaboration Critical in Case of Atypical Vertigo

Subtle information gleaned from clinical examinations prompted concern

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