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The Consequences of Compensation in Autism

Although compensating for their difficulties may help people with ASD connect with others, get jobs, and successfully navigate social situations, accumulating research suggests it can also lead to exhaustion, burnout, anxiety, and depression.

Understanding Impulse Control Disorders in Parkinson's

In this article, we explore research findings to provide a deeper understanding of the factors associated with increased risk for impulse control disorders in Parkinson disease. Deputy Director of the Parkinson's UK charity, Professor David Dexter, also provides insights on the mechanisms of impulse control disorders and the implications of new findings on the management of Parkinson disease.

Headache in Older Adults: Unique Causes ...

It is important for clinicians to quickly and accurately determine potential underlying causes and to prescribe treatments that take into account comorbidities and medications that older patients may be taking for them.

Neurosurgery in Parkinson Disease: A Brief ...

Although deep brain stimulation, similar to all Parkinson disease therapies, cannot cure, modify, or slow progression of the disease, some recent research suggests that the symptom alleviation and quality-of-life improvement it provides might lead to mild improvements in longevity.

Treating MS in Millennials: Expert Q&A

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.

Assessing Cognitive, Mood Impairment Following Stroke

The ultimate goal of stroke assessment is to enable physicians to make treatment decisions that are individualized and appropriate to the patient's needs, thereby improving patient outcomes.

Strategies for Improved Seizure Reporting

Before we begin to rely more heavily on technology for seizure detection, clinician-patient trust needs to improve.

Respiratory Muscle Training in Multiple Sclerosis

Early intervention in the case of respiratory compromise in patients with multiple sclerosis has the potential to prevent infection and maintain pulmonary function.

Primary Periodic Paralysis: A Physician's Personal ...

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

Pharmacological Cognitive Enhancement: A Neuroethical Minefield

The focus on enhanced cognitive function could sideline equally important aspects of life such as health and relationships.

Improving Palliative Care in Movement Disorders

Parkinsonism syndromes are associated with progressive disability and increased mortality, with symptom burden comparable to that of advanced cancer.

Stroke in Women: Risk, Prevention, Treatment

For more details about differences in stroke risk, prevention, and treatment in women, Neurology Advisor spoke with Elisabeth B. Marsh, MD, from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Kristy Yuan, MD, from the University of Pennsylvania.
Navigating the Waters of Medical Malpractice and Defensive Medicine

Navigating the Waters of Medical Malpractice and Defensive Medicine

Malpractice liability reform would best be analyzed on a specialty-by-specialty basis.

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The Little Guy vs Big Data: Is ICD-10 Coding Still Valuable in Health Care?

The Little Guy vs Big Data: Is ICD-10 Coding Still Valuable in Health Care?

While ICD-10-CM may be an improvement on an old process, big data is the revolution that has the potential to change health care forever.

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ADHD Frequently Co-Occurs With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Co-occurrence of ADHD is common in children with autism spectrum disorder.

Children With ASD, Younger Siblings Are Undervaccinated

Vaccination rates were significantly lower among younger siblings of children with ASD.

Amygdala Neurons Reduced in Adulthood With Autism

Researchers reported the results of a stereological analysis of the number of neurons in the amygdala nuclei to compare neurotypical development to autism spectrum disorder development.

Latest in Neuromuscular Disorders

Primary Periodic Paralysis: Advice for Clinicians & Future Directions

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

Scoliosis Surgery Found Beneficial for Cerebral Palsy Patients

Scoliosis surgery in patients with cerebral palsy leads to a significant improvement in health-related quality of life.

Pinpointing Clinically Meaningful Change in Cervical Dystonia Treated With Botulinum Toxin

The administration of treatment was performed over 5 treatment cycles, and the investigators assessed TWSTRS changes at baseline and 4 weeks following injection.

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