September 26th 2023
Although research supports the use of physical therapy as an effective treatment for Parkinson disease, implementation factors including type, timing, frequency, and durability of outcomes remain mainly untouched.
September 26th 2023
Recognizing Rett Syndrome Early to Improve Long-Term Management Outcomes
Shaping the Management of Multiple Sclerosis – The Potential for BTK Inhibitors in Clinical Practice
Transforming Multiple Sclerosis Care – Clinical Updates on the Effects of BTK Inhibitors
From Clinical Trials to Clinical Practice – Incorporating Screening and Assessment Strategies for the Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer Disease
Taking Pompe Disease Management to the Next Level: Optimizing Clinical Assessments and Treatment Decision-Making
Addressing Healthcare Inequities in Stroke Care: How Can We Play an Active Role in Improving Outcomes for All Patients?
2022 4th Annual International Congress on the Future of Neurology
Understanding Best Care Practices for Hemorrhagic Stroke – A Focus on the Role of DOAC Reversals
A recent analysis showed a form of tau that could serve as a biomarker to track and explore whether investigational tau-based drugs are effective against Alzheimer disease.
Among 443 episodes in 149 patients treated with different doses of BXCL501 over 12 weeks, the 60 mcg dose showed a reduction in agitation for the first and all treated episodes at 1 and 2 hours.
On World Narcolepsy Day 2023, get a recap of the latest advances in narcolepsy that you might have missed over the last few months, compiled all into one place by the NeurologyLive team.
Leigh Charvet, PhD, professor of neurology at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine, talked about a trial that aims to address cognitive impairment in patients with long COVID through a unique, remote, and home-based treatment approach.
A study examining eligibility criteria for Alzheimer agent trials showed that a significant proportion of older adults with early cognitive impairment may not qualify for these therapies because of health conditions and other factors.
In a large cohort of 848 pediatric participants with challenge-proven food allergy, investigators identified narcolepsy-like sleepiness as a symptom impacting more than 1 in 10 patients with food allergies.
In a recent multisite analysis of 361 patients with REM sleep behavior disorder, 84% had neurological abnormalities in at least one domain observed.
The associate professor in the department of neurology at the University of Rochester provided insight on her presentation on psychosis in Parkinson disease and related disorders given at the 2023 ANA Annual Meeting.
In a recent long-term analysis of a phase 3 trial, the most common treatment-emergent adverse events that led to discontinuation of low-sodium oxybate were cataplexy, headache, nausea, and psychiatric disorders.
Hesham Abboud, MD, PhD, associate professor of neurology at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, talked about a study that suggested the possibility of predicting the future clinical phenotype of optic neuritis in patients early on.
Sodium oxybate, an endogenous GHB/GABAB receptor agonist, is clinically used to promote slow-wave sleep and reduce next-day sleepiness in disorders such as for patients with narcolepsy
Marcio Souza, president and chief executive officer at Praxis Precision Medicines provided follow-up thoughts on recently announced positive findings assessing ulixacaltamide in patients with essential tremor.
Acute and sustained treatment with ulotaront did not show a statistically significant decrease from placebo in total number of cataplexy events and had no significant change in other symptomatic ratings over a 2-week treatment period.