Most Recent Articles by Kathleen Tulley
Concomitant AED and perampanel treatment was well tolerated by patients with secondarily generalized seizures.
Setting reasonable expectations can enhance patient satisfaction and improve overall treatment outcomes.
Personal health records have the potential to empower patients as they transition from hospital to home.
Lipoic acid, an easily available and inexpensive oral antioxidant acid, has been proposed as a therapeutic approach in multiple sclerosis.
Elevated levels of CMPF, which has been linked to beta cell dysfunction in diabetes and thyroid disorders, have been identified in patients with MS.
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Neurology Advisor Articles
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- Erenumab as a Therapy for Hard to Treat Episodic Migraine
- Nusinersen May Be Effective for Short-Term Motor Function Improvements in Spinal Muscular Atrophy
- New Diagnostic Criteria for Neurosarcoidosis: What You Need to Know
- Guideline for Diagnosis and Treatment of Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension
- Guidelines on the Use of OnabotulinumtoxinA for Chronic Migraine
- Ivy League Rule Change Linked to Fewer Concussions During NCAA Football Games
- Biomarkers of Alzheimer Disease Observed in Down Syndrome
- Ocrevus Labeling Updated With New Info on Timing of Vaccine Administration
- Approaches for Better Diagnosis of Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis
- Short Segment Sensory Nerve Stimulation Offers Potential Diagnostic Value for Ulnar Neuropathy
- Incidence of Guillain-Barré Syndrome Linked With Recent Bone, Digestive Organ Surgery
- Pharmacist-Led Effort Cuts Inappropriate Rx in Older Adults