Transcranial magnetic stimulation is being studied for uses beyond its FDA-approved indications. Our lead researcher outlines its potential for upper motor neuron conditions and limb impairment from stroke or MS.
In the latest Cancer Advances podcast, a veteran neurosurgeon profiles the enduring place of stereotactic radiosurgery in brain metastasis therapy and why most patients can be offered reassurance about prospects for metastasis control.
A researcher in advanced prosthetic limbs reviews recent progress in the field, from neural-machine interfaces to targeted sensory and motor reinnervation.
About 5% of sarcoidosis patients have neurosarcoidosis. Our expert explains this condition’s manifestations and the importance of biopsy findings, along with biomarkers, treatment, prognosis and more.
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Insights into how molecular targeted therapies can improve patients’ hearing and shrink tumor size are advancing the care of individuals with this genetic disorder affecting the nervous system.
Our latest Neuro Pathways podcast delves into glioblastoma research, touching on everything from single-cell RNA sequencing to sex differences and microbiome effects.
Our expert shares the essentials of evaluating and managing encephalitis and other neurologic disorders of suspected autoimmune origin.
In the newest episode of our Neuro Pathways podcast, a child and adolescent psychiatrist explores the long-term impacts of adverse childhood experiences and how to treat them.
A cerebrovascular immunologist explains how to classify cerebral vasculitis, when to refer patients to a subspecialist, diagnostic and treatment issues, and COVID-19’s effects in this population.
Master clinician Edward Benzel, MD, shares guidance and personal reflections on one of the most intimate and challenging aspects of caregiving.