A combination of clinical, imaging, and neuropsychological examinations may aid in MS disease progression prognostication.
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When traditional oral analgesics no longer control pain, some physicians are turning to alternative drug delivery methods that provide pain relief while avoiding systemic adverse effects.
Interventional pain modalities provide alternative analgesia in patients who are intolerant of pharmacologic agents, have comorbidities that require multiple medications, or have pain refractory to oral medications.
Researchers found that abnormal magnetic resonance imaging suggests that in patients with multiple sclerosis, headaches often precede diagnoses.
Poor sleep quality in patients with spinal cord injury contributes to adverse outcomes, including cardiovascular events and rehabilitation challenges.
Hemicrania continua, one of the trigeminal primary headaches, causes intense unilateral pain for ≥3 months.
The cluster of diagnoses known as periodic paralyses — including hypokalemic periodic paralysis, hyperkalemic periodic paralysis, and Anderson-Tawil syndrome — are rare genetic disorders of spontaneous muscle weakness or paralysis that can last from minutes to days.
Obstructive sleep apnea in patients with type 2 diabetes is a predictor for diabetic retinopathy.
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