Neurology can’t seem to get away from autoimmune disorders of the central nervous system. This blog has visited this topic… Read more When Shakespeare meets neurology: Hamlet, Ophelia and autoimmune encephalitis
Influence of female sex and fertile age on neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorders Borisow N, Kleiter I, Gahlen A, et al;… Read more How does gender influence neuromyelitis optica?
Association of dementia in patients with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. Lo MH, Lin CL, Chuang E, Chuang TY, Kao CH.… Read more Does positional vertigo really increase the risk of dementia?
Primary angiitis of the central nervous system (PACNS) is inflammation of the blood vessels of the central nervous system (stating… Read more Primary angiitis of the CNS: unusual presentations of a rare and dangerous disorder
Association of hepatitis B virus infection with decreased ischemic stroke. Tseng CH, Muo CH, Hsu CY, Kao CH. Acta Neurol… Read more Does hepatitis B virus really protect against stroke?
On Friday 5 May in America, the FDA, the organisation that approves drugs, announced that they’d granted a licence for… Read more Edaravone (Radicava) approved to treat MND in USA – what does this mean for people with MND in the UK
Neurologists often refer their patients with headache for a brain MRI scan. Quite often the reason for this is to… Read more Migraine and the challenge of white matter lesions in the brain
CLIPPERS is unusual enough you would think. Nothing to do with barbing and shearing I assure you. CLIPPERS stands for… Read more Why is CLIPPERS breaking its shackles to the pons?
I have dabbled into gluten neurology before with my post gluten neurology-persisting and growing? Prophetic it seems, as I am… Read more More activity on the fringes of gluten neurology