This Viewpoint discusses the harm of dismissing patients with medically unexplained symptoms and how to better support this population.
This Viewpoint discusses the implications of whole-genome testing in determining diagnoses of neurologic diseases.
This cross-sectional study examines the association between self-reported concussion symptoms at the time of US-style football injury and self-reported low testosterone levels and erectile dysfunction indicators in US former professional football players.
This cohort study examines the frequency of acute infarction defined by diffusion restriction detected on magnetic resonance imaging scans among patients with low-risk, mild, or transient focal neurologic symptoms.
This cross-sectional European study evaluates the application of optimized magnetic resonance imaging protocols at 3 Tesla (T) for detecting and distinguishing MS from other conditions that mimic MS among adults.
This randomized clinical trial conducted in 9 countries compares the use of dabigatran with warfarin in stroke prevention among patients who just experienced cerebral venous thrombosis.
This pooled analysis combines data from 2 randomized clinical trials to estimate the efficacy and risk of dual antiplatelet therapy after minor ischemic stroke or transient ischemic attack.
This cohort study examines association between chronic active lesions and clinical outcomes in US patients with multiple sclerosis.
This randomized clinical trial explores how prehospital management optimized by the use of the Los Angeles Motor Scale compares with prehospital management in a mobile stroke unit that includes vascular imaging in accurately triaging patients with stroke to the appropriate target hospital providing (comprehensive stroke center) or not providing (primary stroke center) neurointerventional treatment.
This randomized clinical trial investigates whether recombinant activated coagulation factor VII reduces hemorrhage expansion among patients with spot sign–positive intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH).
This study determines whether infrared video assessment of spontaneous retinal venous pulsation is associated with intracranial pressure and is a valid tool to indicate the presence or absence of raised intracranial pressure in patients without papilledema.
This narrative review discusses analysis of risk, informed consent, and posttrial responsibilities to research participants in neural devices research.
This case report describes an unusual sign on magnetic resonance imaging that characterizes a particular type of injury.
A 30-year-old man presents with involuntary orofaciolingual movements for 7 years and unsteady gait for 2 months. What is your diagnosis?
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