Most Recent Articles by Linda Peckel
For survivors of nontraumatic cardiac arrest, brain injury becomes a major factor in disability and long-term survival.
New guidelines for progressive supranuclear palsy provide very specific and sensitive criteria that allow for identification of clinical features of the disease at much earlier stages.
A hostile medical litigation climate is one of the major problems with the existing malpractice insurance system, driving significant losses of access to quality health care.
During headache, patients with chronic migraine had greater activity in the right anterior hypothalamic region than patients with episodic or no migraine.
De novo likely gene disrupting variants were highly overrepresented in the Tourette's cases compared with unaffected parent and sibling sample controls.
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