Most Recent Articles by Linda Peckel
There are many procedural treatments for migraine that are effective and safe, including peripheral nerve blocks, trigger point injections, botulinum toxin injections, and sphenopalatine ganglion blocks.
Neurology Advisor spoke with Jacob Levitt, MD, for his unique medical and patient perspectives on PP.
Pediatric MS is predominantly inflammatory in nature, with a presentation that is similar to a number of other conditions.
Having a higher burden of comorbidities is associated with greater disability progression and lower QoL, as well as increased healthcare utilization and mortality.
The continued observation of this delayed headache syndrome may point to a different pathophysiology from tension-type headache or acute poststroke headache.
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- Rituximab Effects in Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorders
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- Epilepsy, Sleep Apnea, and SUDEP: A Closer Look
- HIT-Related Stress Linked to Burnout Among Physicians
- Risk Up for Later-Born Siblings of Children With ASD, ADHD