Most Recent Articles by Sheila Jacobs
Kinase inhibition or allele-specific targeting of mutant LRRK2 may still be a meaningful target for therapeutic development.
This widespread variation in strategies may contribute to undesirable outcomes that are characterized by poor seizure control and added deficits.
The investigators sought to explore how aortic stiffening is linked to resting cerebral blood flow and cerebrovascular reactivity in older adults.
The studies that included neurocognitive measures demonstrated no significant difference between the use of rTMS and sham-rTMS.
The findings offer some reassurance for clinicians and for pregnant women who are successfully treated with enzyme-inducing ACDs.
More Articles by Sheila Jacobs
Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound Timing Critical for Beneficial Outcomes Following Stroke ThrombolysisJul 11,2018
Characteristics, Treatment Response Similar in Idiopathic, 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome-Associated Parkinson DiseaseJun 20,2018
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