Investigators sought to assess factors contributing to progression of functional, cognitive, and motor impairment in Huntington disease.
In both the cortical and subcortical gray matter and white matter, higher baseline Nfl concentrations were associated with reduced brain volume.
Sugar found in caffeinated soda is associated with increased systemic inflammatory processes that may in turn be associated with neurodegeneration.
Despite promising results in earlier studies, researchers found no benefit for creatine in patients with early Huntington disease.
Overnight treatment conversion from tetrabenazine to deutetrabenazine in patients with HD was found to be safe.
Electroconvulsive therapy might be safe and reliable therapy for treatment of psychiatric symptoms in patients with Huntington disease.
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