Neurology Perspective

 
 
  • How to 'Brand' Psychiatry Today   Dr Stephen Strakowski urges psychiatrists to 'take on leadership roles to make our specialty visible and make it clear that we are part of the continuum of healthcare.'
  • Suicide Notes Suggest 'Chilling' Role of Chronic Pain   Clinicians may need to reprioritize chronic pain as a risk factor for suicide, a new study suggests.
  • Renal Denervation: Is It Ready for Prime Time?   Dr Lynda Szczech discusses recent trial results demonstrating the safety and efficacy of this procedure.
  • When Patients Demand Unnecessary Medical Tests A neurologist and a bioethicist discuss how to approach patients asking for 'unnecessary' tests and procedures.
  • ESC 2018Aspirin in Primary Prevention: Lessons From ASCEND   The ESC hotline ASCEND trial on low-dose aspirin for primary CV prevention in people with diabetes is reviewed with presenter Prof Armitage.
  • Headache Experts on What's Hot in Migraine Experts discuss the key findings from this year's American Headache Society meeting and promising research in migraine management.
  • A 65-Year-Old Man With Pain After a Rash: USMLE Question A 65-year-old man presents with persistent, burning pain in the same area previously covered by a rash. What treatment option is best for him?
  • Amyloid PET May Aid Clinical Diagnosis of Dementia Dr Laurie Barclay comments on a study on the effect of amyloid PET findings on diagnosis, diagnostic confidence, and treatment of dementia.
  • ESC 2018Do Cardiologists Care About CV Prevention? Everyone agrees that prevention is better than cure. However, few ESC attendees joined Melissa Walton-Shirley for the session on CVD prevention, preferring to stand in line to hear the latest hotlines.
  • Keep an 'Eye' on Curcumin for Ocular Neuroprotection A new topical delivery system allows curcumin, the main active ingredient of turmeric, to be used for ocular neuroprotection.
  • Headache MRI: What to Do With Incidental Findings Dr Randolph Evans reviews the prevalence and types of significant incidental findings on brain MRI for headaches.
  • ESC 2018Aspirin in Primary Prevention: Lessons From ARRIVE   The ARRIVE trial compared low-dose aspirin with placebo in middle-aged men and women at moderate CV risk. Investigator J. Michael Gaziano gives John Mandrola the details.
  • Opioid Tactic Gone Wrong   The federal government tried to restrict analgesics containing hydrocodone by switching them from schedule III to II, but prescribing hassles may have derailed those intentions.
  • Stroke Trials at ESOC 2018: 'Lots of Excitement'   Neurologist Dr Christoph Diener reviews four pivotal stroke trials presented at ESOC 2018.
  • Culture-Specific Psychiatric Syndromes: A Review There are several psychiatric illnesses known to arise in certain cultures around the world, many of which have DSM correlates. Have you heard of these syndromes?
  • Non-Hispanic White Patients Have Higher Glioma Incidence Dr Laurie Barclay comments on a study that aimed to quantify the differences in incidence and survival in adults with glioma by race or ethnicity.
  • Want to Save a Billion Dollars? Avoid Combo Meds   A new study suggests that Medicare could see huge savings by banning combo medications in favor of their generic constituent drugs, says F. Perry Wilson.
  • Mandrola's ESC 2018 Preview From aspirin to VTE, John Mandrola reflects on the potpourri of relevant data for the practicing clinician at this year's European Society of Cardiology Congress.
  • K2/Spice Contamination: What MDs Need to Know   As more patients overdose on synthetic cannabinoids laced with contaminants, toxicologists review what is critical in treatment and what hospitals need to do to be prepared.
  • The Real Story of PTSD Dr Robert Berezin's own experience with a near accident offers a glimpse into the psychopathology of post-traumatic stress disorder.
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