Most Recent Articles by Huma U. Sheikh, MD
The understanding of the mechanisms of allodynia, a frequent migraine comorbidity, is essential to the treatment of both conditions as allodynia can be disabling and may affect the response to migraine treatment.
Acupuncture, neurostimulation, and other alternative treatments have been associated with up to a 50% reduction in headache days.
Huma Sheikh, MD, discusses some of her top picks from presentations made at the 2016 AHS annual meeting.
Huma U. Sheikh, MD, provides highlights of recent clinical research in headache.
Patients undergoing cardiac surgery should be evaluated for cardiovascular disease to assess stroke risk.
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Neurology Advisor Articles
- McDonald Criteria Update: Further Distinction Between Relapsing-Remitting, Primary-Progressive MS
- Distinct Clinical Characteristics of Headache Associated With Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
- Increased Epilepsy Risk Identified in Multiple Sclerosis
- Magnesium Plus Environmental Enrichment Boosts Cognition, Memory in Alzheimer's Mouse Model
- Prognostic Significance of Weight Loss in Patients With Early Parkinsonism
- Coffee Consumption May Decrease Stroke Risk
- When and How to Approach Driving Cessation in Patients With Dementia
- NBT System Gets FDA Clearance for Depression Treatment
- Erenumab, Fremanezumab Reduce Migraine Frequency, Burden
- Some Antiepileptic Drugs Associated With Increased Risk for Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
- Obesity and Alzheimer Disease: Exploring Risk Modification
- Increased Amyloid Burden With Obstructive Sleep Apnea
- Vigabatrin Beneficial for Focal Seizures in Tuberous Sclerosis Complex
- Number of Americans With Alzheimer Disease Expected to More Than Double by 2060
- Deep Brain Stimulation Improves Survival in Parkinson Disease