Most Recent Articles by Linda Peckel
Brief periods of oxygen deprivation to the brain have been shown to provide neuroprotective effects that reduce stroke infarct size and improve recovery times.
Future predictive models may need to include other migraine risk factors to enhance predictive accuracy.
The study group concluded that the current recommendation for CSF pressure reduction therapy to relieve headaches attributed to IIH should be removed from the International Classification of Headache Disorders 3b criteria.
In a disease where there have been few therapeutic developments since dopamine, exenatide offers a promising new channel of exploration.
THRIVE scores not only accurately predicted good and poor outcomes in stroke patients following IVT or ET, but also the degree of ischemia following these treatments.
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