Brian H. Buck, MD, MSc, assistant professor in the division of neurology at the University of Alberta in Edmonton and one of the study's authors, said that the standardized nature ... Andrew Josephson, MD, director of the neurohospitalist program and
Results were published in the July Archives of Neurology. In 2008, 50% of the patients with Parkinson disease and psychosis were prescribed an antipsychotic, a rate that was unchanged since 2002.
Additionally, this issue features a Brief Case installment from Mount Sinai Medical Center, conference coverage on treating meningitis from the American Academy of Neurology meeting in April, and a Perspectives piece
Stroke patients on blood thinners who undergo dental procedures can routinely continue aspirin or warfarin, according to level A recommendations issued by the American Academy of Neurology. ... Recommendations appeared in the May 28 Neurology.
Kim, MD, assistant professor of neurology and medical director of the UCSF Stroke Center. ... That initial stroke alert is a system that we had in place that sends a message to all of the key players—radiology, neurology, ICU bed requests, the
Dr. Fracica is a resident in neurology at John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
Results were published online by The Lancet Neurology on Feb. 7 and appeared in the April issue.
Many see it as an ideal way to treat patients in areas with limited neurology resources, often rural areas. ... Another problem with telephone consultation, the Lancet Neurology study found, is that it results in more incomplete data being collected
nonpersistence. The study results were published online Aug. 9 by Archives of Neurology.
The study was published in the April 2008 issue of The Lancet Neurology. ... of neurology at the University of Southern California, noting that her study offers yet another reason to tackle the nation's obesity crisis.