Kothari, DO, professor of neurology at Penn State University College of Medicine in Hershey, Pa. ... Neurology. 2009;71:185-192. Mauermann ML, Burns TM. Pearls and oy-sters: evaluation of peripheral neuropathies.
We feel the same way about the time to antimicrobial agents,” said Karen Roos, MD, who is the John and Nancy Nelson professor of neurology at Indiana University in Indianapolis. ... Roos offered advice on speeding and improving diagnosis and treatment
Dr. Wagner presented the results at the American Academy of Neurology's (AAN) annual meeting, held in Philadelphia in April. ... Schwamm, who is executive vice chairman of neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital and a professor of neurology at
And what can we tell families?” said Dr. Douglas, an associate professor of clinical neurology and chief of the neurohospitalist division at the University of California, San Francisco. ... Another blood test, neurofilament light chain, has recently
stroke. The AHA/ASA Stroke Council commissioned authors from cardiology, emergency medicine, neurosurgery, nursing, radiology and vascular neurology to revise the previous guidelines after a systematic review of the evidence. ... New lists were also
That admission should go to surgery, or neurology, maybe the MICU, not to your service. ... Then get consults from neurology, psychology, orthopedics, vascular surgery, social work, nephrology, and endocrine.
Still, a direct cause-and-effect association between PFO and stroke is hard to establish, according to the American Academy of Neurology. ... Dr. Adams is professor of neurology and director of the division of cerebrovascular disorders at the University
Amin. “Our physicians can walk next door and talk to someone who specializes in neurology or infectious diseases—breaking down those barriers has been very positive.”.
This month, Harold P. Adams Jr., FACP, professor of neurology at the University of Iowa, discusses the diagnosis and treatment of a young woman with stroke and a patent foramen ovale.
Our latest coverage is from the American Academy of Neurology. The subspecialists met here in Philadelphia in May, so I collected their advice on prognostication for patients unconscious after cardiac arrest