This cohort study investigates the incidence of the recurrence of childhood arterial ischemic stroke in the posterior and anterior circulations to determine if the risk differs between the 2 locations.
This cohort study compares the expression of serum microRNA with findings shown on magnetic resonance imaging in evaluating disease severity in patients with multiple sclerosis.
This case report describes the process of determining which pathogen caused a woman in her 60s to present with symptoms of chronic meningitis.
This cohort study identifies pathologic correlates of disease duration in individuals with Lewy body disease.
This cohort study investigates the prevalence of brain magnetic resonance imaging and subclinical abnormalities among asymptomatic individuals at risk for multiple sclerosis.
This review assesses interactions among docosahexaenoic acid, apolipoprotein E ε4 status, and stage of pathologic changes of Alzheimer disease to explain the mixed results of ω-3 fatty acid supplementation reported in the literature.
This cohort study assesses whether distinct EEG periodic discharges can be identified that are associated with brain tissue hypoxia, a measure of ongoing brain injury in comatose patients with subarchnoid hemorrhage.
This study examines whether treatment with intravenous thrombolysis before mechanical thrombectomy with a stent retriever is beneficial in patients undergoing mechanical thrombectomy.
This study evaluates whether longitudinally extensive cervical cord lesions extending to or accompanied by area postrema/dorsal medulla lesions on magnetic resonance imaging are specific for neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorders.
This Viewpoint describes the importance of aggregating imaging data to help improve cerebrovacular health.
This study evaluates the long-term surgical outcome to identify possible prognostic factors in patients with nonlesional neocortical epilepsy.
This study investigates whether the T-cell activation marker soluble CD27 measured in cerebrospinal fluid of patients at the time of a first attack is associated with a subsequent diagnosis of MS and a higher relapse rate.
A 48-year-old man had muscular weakness and restricted ability to walk since infancy, but during an asthma attack, the patient was able to climb the stairs, rise from the floor, and walk several kilometers. What is your diagnosis?