Most Recent Articles by Shannon Aymes, MD
In patients with lorazepam-resistant status epilepticus, treatment with lacosamide had comparable efficacy and safety as sodium valproate.
Men with autoimmune diseases demonstrated a greater risk for dementia than women, especially women with multiple sclerosis.
Mindfulness meditation was associated with improvements in measures of anxiety, depression, and negative thoughts.
Elderly patients with neurologic comorbidities such as stroke or dementia had an increased risk for epilepsy or seizures.
Female participants with phenotypic male neuroanatomical features had an increased risk for autism spectrum disorder.
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