Managing Vestibular Migraine: Optimizing Diagnosis and Treatment
With a differential diagnosis that varies from patient to patient, identifying and treating vestibular migraine continues to challenge even the most experienced clinicians.
The Need for Prognostic Indicators in Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis
Diagnoses have increased with disease awareness, highlighting a great need for markers to help influence treatment decisions.
Young Man Who Has Become Uncomfortably Numb
A 27-year-old man has had right arm numbness for about 2 weeks. What’s in your differential?
The Eyes Have It: Post-Pregnancy Blurred Vision With Leg Tingling
Six months after delivering a healthy baby girl, a physician experiences intermittent blurred vision and tingling in her left leg. Her diagnosis might surprise you.
Connecting With Neurology Patients Through Music
An interview with a neurologist who found that merely writing medical articles cannot express the impact an illness can have on patients, both literally and emotionally.
Novel Technologies in Neurology
As home-monitoring devices become more available, accessible, and useful, they are increasing becoming helpful in neurological decision-making. More in this video.
In-flight Seizure in a Young Man
This patient had febrile seizures as a child but experienced no further events until the recent episode on an airplane. How would you proceed?
Phase 2 Trial for Angelman Syndrome Underway
In this podcast, Heidi Moawad, MD interviews Cesar Ochoa-Lubinoff, MD, MPH, FAAP, about recent encouraging clinical trial results in patients with Angelman syndrome.
Benefits of Martial Arts on Movement Disorders
This podcast discusses preliminary evidence about the effects of karate on quality of life and several measures of gait, balance, and mobility in patients with PD.
Emerging Topics in Neurology
Is Beer to Blame for This Man’s Dizziness and Blurred Vision?
Does the clinical picture point to a reaction to alcohol? A food allergy? What do you suspect is the likely culprit?
Older Man With Intermittent Dizziness
Are his symptoms related to a fall that occurred 2 years earlier at work?
Lack of Sleep Can Take Athletes Off the Field for Good
College athletes may be sabotaging their careers-as well as their performance-when they sacrifice sleep for sports, studying, and socializing.
Green Light Therapy and Migraines: Will Research Translate to Real-World Use?
A new tool to add to your armamentarium?
A Patient With Medication-Resistant Atrial Fibrillation and Autonomic Dysfunction
A patient with worsening atrial fibrillation experiences improvement of his symptoms and heart rate with chiropractic manipulation. More in this podcast.
Stem Cell Therapy in Neurology: An Update
Insights about where stem cell treatment of neurological diseases is headed.
CAM Therapies for Epilepsy: A Look at the Pros and Cons
Patients with epilepsy often seek CAM therapies-with or without the recommendations or explicit approval of their neurologist.
Introduction: Updates in Traumatic Brain Injury
Neurology Times' inaugural Special Report explores TBI, providing key insights and practical strategies as well as focused approaches to clinical care.
Integrative Health and Parkinson Disease
It has been estimated that between 40% and 60% of patients with PD use at least one form of complementary medicine. In this podcast, neurologist Sarah Mulukutla, MD, MPH talks about CAM options for neurologists to discuss with their patients.
Seizures in a Woman With Lupus
Repeated brain MRI scans show four small gray matter lesions. What’s in your differential?
Special Populations in Neurology: Pediatric Migraine
Neurology Times' podcast with a pediatric headache specialist and neurologist who has performed over 1000 procedures to treat migraine in children and adolescents.
Teenager Who Sleeps Up to 20 Hours a Day
EEG and brain MRI findings are normal-what do you suspect?
College Student With Episodes of Dizziness and Nausea
This young woman is otherwise healthy and doesn’t drink or abuse drugs. What’s in your differential diagnosis?
Odd Visual Symptoms During a Road Trip
A driver sees what appear to be squiggly lines in the right field of vision of her right eye.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or Something Else?
A patient believes excessive gaming is his way to mask his depression, but it may be a result of something else.
Innovations in Migraine Research: 6 Questions
In this podcast, Dr Heidi Moawad interviews a neurologist currently researching new, available treatments in headache medicine.
Healthy Older Man Who Tells Fabricated Stories
His daughter says that he often tells stories he has heard about someone else as if they had happened to him.
When It Comes to Sleep, Perception Is Everything
It turns out that sleep deprivation has an effect not only on the traditional concept of “beauty,” but also on whether a person is perceived as being socially desirable.
Subtle Speech and Cognitive Deficits in a Woman With Hypothyroidism
This middle-aged woman attributes recent changes in her thinking and speech patterns to long-standing hypothyroidism. Do you concur?
Untreated Hypertension and Overuse of NSAIDS
A 67-year-old woman presents with symptoms of symptoms of daytime fatigue and sleeplessness at night due to excessive nighttime movements over the course of three months. Her husband is concerned that she could be having seizures.
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