Most Recent Articles by Douglas Strassler
Effective cognitive screening instruments are needed in order to assess and manage milder forms of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders.
Cognitive dysfunction is 3 times higher in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.
Quality of sleep was associated with various aspects of life, especially pain, vitality, and emotional health.
Patients with Alzheimer's disease may have higher serum IL-6 levels than subjects with mild cognitive impairment and healthy controls.
Electroconvulsive therapy might be safe and reliable therapy for treatment of psychiatric symptoms in patients with Huntington disease.
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Neurology Advisor Articles
- Clarifying Cardiovascular Risk in Migraine
- Parkinson Disease Symptom Fluctuations Well-Managed With Adaptive Deep Brain Stimulation
- More Evidence Supports Benefits of Cannabidiol for Treatment-Resistant Epilepsy
- Monthly Erenumab Reduces Frequency of Episodic Migraine
- Reduced Risk for Multiple Sclerosis Linked to Greater Sun Exposure
- Tamsulosin Associated With Dementia Risk in Older Patients With BPH
- FDA Approves Blood Test to Assess Concussion
- Gait Difficulty in Parkinson Disease May Be Associated With More Progressive Disease Course
- Tau PET a Useful Biomarker for Alzheimer Disease Risk and Progression
- Multiple Sclerosis Drug Zinbryta Withdrawn From the Market
- Incidence of Delayed Traumatic Intracranial Hemorrhage Low in Older Adults With Blunt Head Trauma
- Older Epilepsy Patients More Likely to Experience AED, Non-AED Drug Interaction
- Female Gender, Natalizumab Exposure Associated With Increased Lymphopenia Risk in FNG-Treated MS
- Accelerated Cognitive Decline Associated With Retinopathy
- Treatment Effects Often Exaggerated in Early Clinical Studies