Most Recent Articles by Linda Peckel
Facilities with strict protocols to prevent problems have been able to report significantly lower complication rates.
A rapid increase in the female-to-male ratio of MS incidence has been observed through several population studies.
The main constraint to botulinum toxin use for spasticity is dosage limitation.
Pediatric neurologist Lalitha Sivaswamy, MD, discusses challenges in diagnosing primary intracranial hypertension in pediatric patients.
Headaches are a common occurrence in the general population and are often present in patients with an underlying brain tumor, although it is not yet clear to what degree they are related.
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Treating Tension-Type Headache: Contradictions in Real-Life vs Research Expose Cracks in Differential DiagnosisJan 18,2018
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