Most Recent Articles by Brandon May
Patients who underwent C7 nerve transfer and rehabilitation experienced better functional improvement than those who underwent rehabilitation alone.
Patients with tough-to-treat seizures may require nonpharmacologic treatment such as resective surgery.
Prior physical or sexual abuse of survivors increased the likelihood of migraine or tension-type headache.
The ParkinsonNet network was associated with reduced overall health care costs.
Patients who received adjunctive electrostimulation and task-oriented training had greater improvement than patients who received standard rehabilitation.
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