Award-winning posters presented during the American Neurological Association Annual Meeting discussed risks in stroke, MS, and migraine.
Posters presented during the American Neurological Association Annual Meeting covered the burden and outcomes of acute ischemic stroke in patients with pre-existing major depressive disorder, looked at the vitamin D genetic risk score and relapse rates in pediatric patients with MS, and compared patients with migraine who developed complex regional pain syndrome to those who did not.
Vitamin D genetic risk score is strongly associated with vitamin D levels and relapse rate in pediatric MS patients
Is there a causal relationship between functional polymorphisms in vitamin D pathways and vitamin D levels and relapse activity in pediatric MS?
What are the clinical phenotype differences in patients with migraine who develop complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and those who do not?