Changes to brain structure indicate possible underlying connection to idiopathic major depressive disorder.
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Researchers sought to assess outcomes in hospitalized patients with comorbid Parkinson disease and major depressive disorder following administration of deep brain stimulation.
The system is currently being assessed for its use in stroke rehabilition in the Phase 3 supplemental study ‘E-FIT’, involving 60 patients.
In a study presented at MDS 2021, researchers assessed whether patients with tic disorders with or without major psychoses were at risk of developing tardive dyskinesia.
Concordance or discordance in pain catastrophizing between parents and children may impact pain coping in children with migraine.
Researchers sought to establish whether frequent use of a combined biofeedback-virtual reality device is associated with improvements in chronic migraine, especially in patients refractory to pharmacotherapy.
Posttraumatic stress disorder is associated with a high incidence of chronic pain; what role headache plays in that relationship is not well known.
Presenting at AHS 2022, researchers determined the effect of generalized anxiety disorder on the responsiveness of BoNT-A treatment from pediatric patients with chronic migraine.
Children may exhibit different patterns of migraine location and quality compared with adolescents and adults.
Researchers examined whether there are clinical features or treatments associated with neuropsychiatric outcomes in BECTS.
In a global, phase 3 trial, researchers evaluated the efficacy of ganaxolone as an adjunctive treatment compared to placebo for major motor seizures in patients with CDKL5 deficiency disorder.
Age- and sex-stratified comorbidity and concomitant medication use has been found among individuals with MS who have newly initiated disease-modifying drugs.
Currently, there are no US consensus on best clinical practice guidelines that incorporate multispecialty recommendations for evaluating cognitive impairment that are thought to be due to Alzheimer’s disease and Related Dementias (ADRD) for use by physicians and nurse practitioners.
Brain structure, especially cortical surface area, cortical thickness, and regional volumes may help classify chronic migraine.
Jessica Karl, PA-C, of Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, discusses her research on the utility and feasibility of deep brain stimulation in patients with Huntington’s disease. Scroll below the video for the full transcript.
NINDS program director urged clinicians, researchers, and clinician-scientists to submit grant applications to the NIH, as very few are submitted in the field of migraine and headache research.
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