Most Recent Articles by Sheila Jacobs
While epilepsy-related head trauma was common, 9 of 10 patients displayed no evidence of CTE.
Women with RLS are more likely to have cardiovascular-related comorbidities than those without RLS.
This is the first clinical trial to compare antiplatelet and anticoagulation therapy in patients with cancer and ischemic stroke.
The results confirm that ischemic, hemorrhagic, and subarachnoid stroke have very different etiologies.
Researchers sought to compare 2010 McDonald and MAGNIMS criteria for predicting conversion to MS from clinically isolated syndrome.
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