This Viewpoint discusses expanding global access to neurology education.
This essay describes the decisions an emergency physician and a palliative care researcher was faced with after his father had an aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage.
A follow-up of the Restart or Stop Antithrombotics Randomized Trial, this study further examines the long-term effects of antiplatelet therapy after stroke caused by intracerebral hemorrhage.
This cross-sectional study examines self-reported nighttime sleeping patterns, performance on cognition tests, and lifestyle and demographic variables in cognitively healthy older adults.
This cohort study uses data from Danish and Swedish national multiple sclerosis (MS) registries to investigate the association of national differences in disease-modifying treatment strategies for relapsing-remitting MS with disability outcomes.
This cohort study assesses if Tourette syndrome or chronic tic disorder are associated with an increased risk of cervical spine disorders and related neurological complications compared with individuals from the general population.
This randomized clinical trial compares deep brain stimulation surgery in the subthalamic nucleus for Parkinson disease under general anesthesia with surgery under local anesthesia.
This preimplementation-postimplementation study evaluates the association of a regional prehospital transport policy for comprehensive stroke center triage for patients with suspected acute ischemic stroke and large vessel occlusion with rates of endovascular therapy.
This cohort study evaluates the absolute risk of rupture of an aneurysm after detection of growth during follow-up and develops a prediction model for rupture.
This genetic association study identifies genetic variants associated with juvenile amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
This cohort study determines whether the X chromosome is associated with sex-specific cognitive change and tau pathology in aging and Alzheimer disease.
This systematic review assesses the generalizability of research findings through contemporary dementia research in terms of study and patient characteristics.
This narrative review investigates the temporal relevance of diagnostic and progression imaging biomarkers to be used by clinicians and researchers over the clinical course of Parkinson disease.
A 19-year-old man presented with 4 years of facial numbness, 3 years of progressive dysarthria and dysphagia, 18 months of arm weakness and hand atrophy, and 6 months of leg weakness. On examination, dysarthria, bilateral peripheral facial paralysis, reduced facial touch and vibration sensitivity in the mandible, temporal muscle atrophy, and poor soft palate motility were observed. What is your diagnosis?
This study compares the diagnostic accuracy of magnetic resonance myelography with computed tomography myelography for the identification of spinal cerebrospinal fluid leaks.