This Viewpoint describes the importance of improving magnetic resonance imaging of the spinal cord as a diagnostic procedure in multiple sclerosis.
This secondary analysis of 2 phase 3 randomized clinical trials describes the radiographic and clinical characteristics of amyloid-related imaging abnormalities that occurred in the EMERGE and ENGAGE trials.
This cohort study measures the concentrations of plasma p-tau (p-tau181 and p-tau231) and evaluates their associations with cognitive decline in individuals with probable dementia with Lewy bodies.
This case report describes a man with an unusual manifestation of primary lateral sclerosis.
This systematic review and individual participant meta-analysis examines factors associated with incident lobar intracerebral hemorrhage and death in patients with cerebral amyloid angiopathy–associated transient focal neurological episodes.
This case report describes a woman in her 20s who was diagnosed with systemic lupus erythematosus-Sjögren overlap syndrome and had chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy. Her neurological examination showed the presence of myokymia in the muscles, bilaterally innervated by the trigeminal nerve.
A 46-year-old man presented with acute-onset weakness of his bilateral lower limbs for 3 days, accompanied by ascending numbness to just below his nipples. Neurological examination revealed weakness in bilateral lower limbs, extensor plantar responses, and a sensory level at T6. What is your diagnosis?
This Viewpoint encourages physicians to participate in neuro-advocacy to promote legislation and policy that can positively affect persons with neurologic disease and the practice of neurology and facilitate neuroscience research.
This cohort study compares the clinical outcomes of patients with stroke who presented 6 to 24 hours after symptom onset and were selected for mechanical thrombectomy by noncontrast computed tomography vs those selected by computed tomography perfusion or magnetic resonance imaging.
This case report describes progressive gait difficulty, visual blurriness, tremor, and mild confusion deemed compatible with autoimmune glial fibrillary acidic protein astrocytopathy.
This case report describes a 67-year-old man with prodromal AD treated with aducanumab who developed amyloid-related imaging abnormality–vasogenic edema and –hemorrhage.
This essay describes the author’s experience of developing autoimmune encephalitis during her third year of residency and being a physician who has also been a patient.
This cohort study uses a national sample of Korean individuals with Parkinson disease to evaluate associations between physical activity, including amount and maintenance, with mortality.
This cohort study examines if the burden of cerebral white matter hyperintensity is associated with the rate of progressive parkinsonism among older adults.