Most Recent Articles by Linda Peckel
Nonpharmacological strategies, including bed rest, have a lack of evidence supporting their use in the treatment of postdural puncture headache.
Neurology Advisor spoke with Dr Peter McAllister about how to best discern migraine with aura from stroke.
It is important for clinicians to quickly and accurately determine potential underlying causes and to prescribe treatments that take into account comorbidities and medications that older patients may be taking for them.
Clinicians discuss the clinical implications of headache and comorbid sleep disturbances.
Although the main risks associated with migraine include ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, new evidence suggests that the risks for venous thromboembolism and atrial fibrillation — but not heart failure or peripheral artery disease — are also higher.
More Articles by Linda Peckel
Treating Tension-Type Headache: Contradictions in Real-Life vs Research Expose Cracks in Differential DiagnosisJan 18,2018
Neurology Advisor Articles
- Epilepsy's Mobility Problem: Advocating for Changes in Transportation Laws, Public Resources
- The Future of Freezing of Gait in Parkinson's: Exploring Potential Treatments and Preventive Strategies
- Efficacy of Cladribine Tablets in Patients With Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis
- Mirtazapine for Fibromyalgia: An Effective Treatment Option?
- Some Common Allergies Linked to Odds of Autism in Children
- Polyphenol-Rich Diet May Reduce Dementia Risk in Older Adults
- Addressing Migraine That Mimics Stroke
- Prediction Algorithm Stratifies ICH Patients at Risk for Hematoma Expansion
- Visual Association Test, MMSE Highly Predictive of Dementia in Older Adults
- Medical Cannabis Shows Promise in Treating Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis
- Patients' Preferences for Physician Attire Linked to Perception of Care
- IV Fluid Specs Do Not Influence Neuro Outcomes in Kids w/DKA
- Acute Insomnia Found to Be Common Among Good Sleepers
- Cognitive Performance, Mood Deficits, White Matter Hyperintensities in Migraine
- Focal Brain Atrophy Predicts Cognitive Decline in Parkinson Disease After DBS