Health care professionals who may play a role in caring for patients with pediatric multiple sclerosis and support groups that are available to address patient and caregiver needs.
The professor of neurology, neurotherapeutics, and ophthalmology at UT Southwestern discussed the need to better coordinate care between providers when telemedicine is being utilized in headache and migraine care.
Recommendations for navigating through the challenges associated with treating and caring for patients with pediatric multiple sclerosis.
The professor and chief of pediatric neurology at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center spoke about the concerns of uncontrolled epilepsy and how to determine if a patient requires more than one treatment for their epilepsy.
An overview of treatment guidelines and recommendations for managing patients with pediatric multiple sclerosis.
Following a comprehensive discussion on multiple sclerosis relapse management, the panel shares closing advice for community physicians.
The pediatric neurologist and epilepsy specialist at Children’s Hospital Colorado discussed the popularity of cannabidiol from coverage in the media, and how she sees its use—and the understanding of it—evolving in the coming years.
Criteria and strategies used to help clinicians accurately diagnose multiple sclerosis in pediatric patients.
This data demonstrates that patients with Alzheimer disease are at an increased risk for seizures, in particular in more advanced disease stages, which emphasizes a need for seizure history assessment to inform individual therapeutic decisions and the necessity of systematic treatment studies.
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