This Viewpoint reports on the effect of the Affordable Care Act on US health care, specifically with regard to neurology.
This Viewpoint discusses the use of racial and other descriptors in medical histories.
This multicenter randomized clinical trial found good quality of life in patients with cardiac arrest receiving targeted temperature management.
This cohort study determines the diagnostic usefulness of cell-based assays in the diagnosis of myasthenia gravis and compares the clinical features of patients with antibodies only to clustered acetylcholine receptors with those of patients with seronegative myasthenia gravis. See the Editorial by Vernino.
This retrospective study of patients with status epilepticus demonstrated that status epilepticus–related mortality remained relatively steady from 1999 to 2010, but the rate of hospitalizations for status epilepticus increased significantly in the same period.
This longitudinal observational study investigates the usefulness of CSF VILIP-1, tau, p-tau181, and Aβ42 levels in predicting rates of whole-brain and regional atrophy in early AD and cognitively normal control subjects over time.
This review of oxidative metabolism in biopsy samples finds that an altered regulation of myogenesis and a downregulated mitochondrial biogenesis contribute to pathologic change in the muscle of patients with spinal muscular atrophy.
This case-control study suggests that an amyotrophic lateral sclerosis syndrome might be associated with autoimmunity and gluten sensitivity.
This population-based brain imaging study finds similar risk factors for intracerebral hemorrhage and cerebral microbleeds (CMBs), with a distinction between lobar and deep CMBs, in a sample of people older than 65 years.
This observational genetics study identifies a new scapuloperoneal phenotype associated with an ACTA1 mutation.
This cross-sectional cohort study investigates whether cognitive reserve modifies the adverse influence of age on key cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers of Alzheimer disease in a cognitively normal group and a cognitively impaired group.
This review provides an overview of rapid eye movement sleep disorder from the onset of dream enactment through the emergence of a parkinsonian disorder.
This review reports that patients with dystonia that is not adequately controlled with standard medical therapy should be referred for consideration of deep brain stimulation.
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