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Bat rabies distribution in the United States reported by county during 2013. (From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.)
Dec. 08, 2020
Epilepsy & Seizures
Although absences are considered a paradigm of primarily generalized seizures, they may occasionally be of focal onset (focal onset generalized absence
Apr. 26, 2021
The clinical presentation of HSV-2 infection of the CNS in adults is mainly meningitis, but encephalitis, myelitis, and lumbosacral radiculitis can also occur. The viruses perform lytic replication and latency to produce primary and recurrent infections. The most acknowledged and studied route of entry for HSV into the CNS is neuronal.
Mar. 07, 2021
Sciatic neuropathy presents acutely with foot weakness, pain, and sensory loss, with weakness commonly manifested as a foot drop. It can be caused by a focal lesion of the sciatic nerve in the hip or thigh from trauma, compression, or other etiologies.
Jun. 02, 2021
Headache & Pain
Oct. 11, 2020
Inflammatory neuropathies, neuromuscular junction diseases, and inflammatory myopathies can be treated with immunotherapies. Immunosuppressants remain the most beneficial and widely used drugs for immune-mediated neuromuscular diseases. Biological agents are effective alternatives for treatment-resistant conditions.
May. 03, 2021
General Child Neurology
The diagnosis of seizure disorders during childhood can sometimes be challenging due to the variety of types of seizures and nonepileptic events that are seen in the pediatric population. Making the appropriate diagnosis is important to ensure proper treatment and accurate determination of prognosis. Diagnosis requires a thorough history of the event with an emphasis on recognition of features that may suggest a nonepileptic cause.
Sep. 26, 2020
Jan. 05, 2020