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Neuropharmacology & Neurotherapeutics
Jul. 25, 2021
Headache & Pain
Retinal migraine is characterized by attacks of fully reversible monocular visual loss associated with migraine headache, consisting of partial or complete visual loss lasting less than one hour. Nearly half of reported cases with recurrent transient monocular visual loss subsequently experienced permanent monocular visual loss.
Aug. 22, 2021
General Child Neurology
Extracerebral fluid collections in infants are common and of multiple etiologies. Most acute subdural hematomas occur non-accidentally. Infections can
Jan. 19, 2021
Congenital rubella infection can cause nervous system abnormalities including sensorineural hearing loss, mental retardation, behavioral and language disturbances, microcephaly, and meningoencephalitis, and has also been associated with childhood autism and affective disorders. More than half of infected children may be asymptomatic at birth but develop sequelae over the following years. It is caused by acute rubella infection of a pregnant woman.
Jan. 05, 2020
In this article, the authors review intraventricular hemorrhage in the neonate with respect to its clinical setting, cause, course, and management. Although
Mar. 03, 2019
Neuralgic amyotrophy is a disorder of the peripheral nervous system characterized by severe and sudden-onset forequarter region pain and forequarter muscle weakness and wasting. Although most neuralgic amyotrophy patients only experience a single event, multiple bouts (ie, recurrences) occur in approximately 12% of patients. They may involve the same limb or the contralateral limb, and they may involve the same nerves or have a different distribution of nerve involvement.
Jun. 03, 2021
Clinical symptoms of a meningioma are determined by its anatomic site. They originate extra-axially and occur where arachnoid cells are most numerous, with 85 to 90% located supratentorially. They are the most common primary intracranial tumors, with surgery and radiation as the primary forms of therapeutic management.
Dec. 18, 2020
Neuro-Ophthalmology & Neuro-Otology
Oct. 21, 2020