Most Recent Articles by Brandon May
Because of the study's nonrandomized and observational design, the investigators were unable to determine any causal relationships between tamsulosin and dementia risk.
In both the cortical and subcortical gray matter and white matter, higher baseline Nfl concentrations were associated with reduced brain volume.
A significant negative correlation was found between the individual Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale motor improvement and the Euclidean distance from the stimulation center to the deep brain stimulation "hotspot" when using the medial subthalamic nucleus border as an anatomical reference.
The 400 mg solanezumab dose used in this study may not have been sufficient enough to provide clinically meaningful effects in these patients.
Results from a retrospective study suggest that crossed cerebellar diaschisis in migraine with aura may be a benign phenomenon.
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