Tori Rodriguez, MA, LPC

Tori Rodriguez, MA, LPC

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Evolution of NEDA: Q&A With Cleveland Clinic's Dr Robert Bermel

Evolution of NEDA: Q&A With Cleveland Clinic's Dr Robert Bermel

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Each component of NEDA has limitations — for example, measures of brain atrophy may be confounded by various factors, and the correlation between short-term measures of EDSS progression and long-term disability outcomes is unclear.

Fungal Infections of the CNS: Diagnostic and Treatment Approaches

Fungal Infections of the CNS: Diagnostic and Treatment Approaches

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While immunocompromised patients are the most susceptible to CNS fungal infections, they can also occur in immunocompetent patients undergoing invasive procedures such as neurosurgery and in patients exposed to contaminated devices or drugs.

Primary Periodic Paralysis: Advice for Clinicians & Future Directions

Primary Periodic Paralysis: Advice for Clinicians & Future Directions

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Neurology Advisor speaks with Annabelle Baughan, a retired hematologist-oncologist, and discusses her personal experience with Andersen-Tawil syndrome.

Multiple Sclerosis Treatment in Millennials: Expert Q&A

Multiple Sclerosis Treatment in Millennials: Expert Q&A

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As the most effective treatment for a patient with multiple sclerosis is one that is specifically tailored to the patient's individual needs and preferences, recognition of the unique characteristics, preferences, and trends shared by the millennial generation should drive innovative solutions.

Primary Periodic Paralysis: A Physician's Personal Experience as a Patient

Primary Periodic Paralysis: A Physician's Personal Experience as a Patient

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Neurology Advisor spoke with Annabelle Baughan, a retired hematologist-oncologist, who shared her personal experience with Andersen-Tawil syndrome.

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