October 2nd 2023
Although the mortality among monitored and nonmonitored patients was similar, the monitored group had significantly more patients with severe disability and fewer with good recovery at 6 months.
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
In honor of Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Day, held September 30, 2023, get caught up on some of the latest news in LGMD, with data updates and expert insights all in one place from the NeurologyLive® team.
The AI-based SOMNUM technology uses diagnostic algorithms based on multi-channel/time series sleep biosignal data to deliver fast, accurate diagnostic information for providers.
In a phase 3 setting, the 2-component therapy showed positive trends or clinically meaningful improvements on motor and respiratory functions compared with previously approved enzyme replacement therapy.
Erin Longbrake, MD, PhD, associate professor of neurology at Yale School of Medicine, discussed the importance of understanding rare autoimmune disorders to effectively design clinical trials and treatment strategies, especially for heterogeneous conditions like NMOSD and MOGAD.
As part of our monthly clinician spotlight, NeurologyLive® highlighted stroke expert Peter Kang, MD, director of the Paul and Sheila Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Center and professor of neurology at the University of Minnesota.
Patients who self-identified as Black and were living in less affluent neighborhoods were less likely to be seen in one large memory clinic as well as have more severe dementia at initial visit.
The chief of the Movement Disorders Division at Mass General Hospital provided context on the goals behind the research careers reimagined course at the recently concluded ANA Annual Meeting.
Coya Therapeutics expects to release data from the biomarker analyses of COYA 302 and publish the full results from the trial in a peer-reviewed journal in the second half of the year.
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.
Additional biomarker findings from up to 2 years of DNL310 treatment suggest positive changes in adaptive behavior and cognition as well as improvement in auditory function among pediatric patients with Hunter syndrome.
In an integrated meta-analysis of the HEALEY ALS platform trial and RESCUE-ALS trial, 30mg of CNM-Au8 resulted in 59% decreased risk of mortality among participants with ALS compared with PRO-ACT matched placebo over long-term follow-up.
Virginia Gao, MD, PhD, a movement disorders fellow at Weill Cornell Medicine, discussed several topics related to the use of biomarkers in the prodromal stages of neurodegenerative disorders like Parkinson disease.
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.