Most Recent Articles by Chris Illiades, MD
New research suggests that fibromyalgia is primarily a peripheral nerve disorder that causes central nervous system sensitization.
The role of GCH1 mutations in Parkinson's disease is complicated by the mutation's seemingly exclusive role in dopa-responsive dystonia.
The role of teleneurology can grow far beyond critical stroke care, but only if medical liabilities and insurance steps out of the way.
Vestibular migraine may have finally won its own diagnostic criteria, but the condition is still shrouded in uncertainties.
With no established guidelines, much of the decisions for management of hypertension during stroke are based on clinician experience.
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Neurology Advisor Articles
- Coffee Consumption May Decrease Stroke Risk
- Stroke Risk Predicted by Dietary Sodium:Potassium Ratio
- Patent Foramen Ovale and Migraine: Is It Time to Close the Book?
- Publication Bias in Neurology Research: Why It Matters and Why It Needs to Change
- Neuropsychiatric Conditions Common in Relatives of Patients With Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
- Treating Cluster Headache: Weighing Current Therapies
- Alzheimer Disease Linked to High Cumulative Doses of Zolpidem in Elderly
- Better Migraine Pain Relief With IV Non-Opioid Combination vs IV Hydromorphone
- FDA Approves Myasthenia Gravis Treatment
- Brain Inflammation Associated With Depression, Anxiety in Multiple Sclerosis
- CTE Confirmed With Antemortem PET Imaging, Autopsy in Professional Football Player
- Childhood Abuse Associated With Migraine, Neuroticism in Adulthood
- Patients With Parkinson Disease Are at High Risk for Depression
- Improving Outcomes of Peripheral Nerve Surgery
- Thrombectomy Recommended in Stroke Patients With Mismatched Deficit, Infarct Volume