» Neuropathies and paraproteins
01/10/19 05:00 from Current Opinion in Neurology - Current Issue
Purpose of review There is an increasingly recognized association between haematological and neurological disease. This is especially true in the peripheral nervous system in which, to an extent, proof of a link is easier to achieve. The...

» The challenges of diabetic polyneuropathy: a brief update
01/10/19 05:00 from Current Opinion in Neurology - Current Issue
Purpose of review The current review addresses one of the most common neurological disorders, diabetic polyneuropathy (DPN). DPN is debilitating, irreversible and dwarfs the prevalence of most other chronic disorders of the nervous syste...

» Neurochemical biomarkers in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
01/10/19 05:00 from Current Opinion in Neurology - Current Issue
Purpose of review The diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) still relies mainly on clinical criteria. In present review we will provide an overview of neurochemical ALS biomarkers, which are in the most advanced position on th...

» Efforts by the journal to promote perspectives of equity, diversity, and inclusion and address disparities
16/09/19 19:45 from Neurology current issue
In February this year, we erroneously published a humanities article that contained racial stereotypes. We retracted the article, expressed our deep regret, 1,2 and provided a series of proposed steps to address our processes and culture...

» About the understanding of classifications using SUNCT and SUNA as an example
16/09/19 19:45 from Neurology current issue
In this issue of Neurology ®, Lambru et al. 1 suggest changing the International Headache Society (IHS) classification (International Classification of Headache Disorders [ICHD]) for 2 rare headache syndromes and collapsing them...

» What's happening in Neurology(R) Clinical Practice
16/09/19 19:45 from Neurology current issue
Articles appearing in the October 2018 issue

» What's happening in Neurology(R) Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation
16/09/19 19:45 from Neurology current issue
Articles appearing in the May 2019 issue

» Understanding and addressing gender equity for women in neurology
16/09/19 19:45 from Neurology current issue
Despite the fact that the percentages of women among physicians and neurologists have been rising, gender-related disparities in numerous metrics persist, notably in compensation, promotion, funding, recognition, leadership, publishing, ...

» Author response: Concussion Biomarkers Assessed in Collegiate Student-Athletes (BASICS) I: Normative study
16/09/19 19:45 from Neurology current issue
Dr. Satyarthee nicely characterizes the potential roles of an ideal serum biomarker of brain injury and a broad limitation of current brain injury biomarker research: the unknown influence of factors unrelated to brain injury on biomarke...

» Reader response: Financial relationships between neurologists and industry: The 2015 Open Payments database
16/09/19 19:45 from Neurology current issue
Drs. Ahlawat and Narayanaswami 1 detailed the extent of industry-related financial interests among neurologists captured in the Open Payments (OP) database. Industry-related conflicts of interests (COIs) widely influence neurologic educa...

» A prospective comparative study and analysis of predictors of SUNA and SUNCT
16/09/19 19:45 from Neurology current issue
Objective Despite the similar phenotypes, comparison between short-lasting unilateral neuralgiform headache attacks with conjunctival injection and tearing (SUNCT) and short-lasting unilateral neuralgiform headache attacks with autonomic...

» Facial presentations of migraine, TACs, and other paroxysmal facial pain syndromes
16/09/19 19:45 from Neurology current issue
Objective To assess the prevalence of facial pain (V2 and/or V3) presentations among nearly 3,000 patients with headache treated in a university tertiary care center. Methods Between 2010 and 2018, we routinely assessed the prevalence of...

» Empirical targets for acute hemodynamic management of individuals with spinal cord injury
16/09/19 19:45 from Neurology current issue
Objective To determine the hemodynamic conditions associated with optimal neurologic improvement in individuals with acute traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) who had lumbar intrathecal catheters placed to measure CSF pressure (CSFP). Met...

» Teaching NeuroImages: Sneddon syndrome
16/09/19 19:45 from Neurology current issue
A 34-year-old woman presented with acute onset left facial weakness and dysarthria. Examination showed diffuse livedo racemosa (figure, A). Brain MRI demonstrated right frontal acute stroke (figure, B), with numerous chronic ischemic les...

» Teaching NeuroImages: Neurolymphomatosis
16/09/19 19:45 from Neurology current issue
A 64-year-old woman with a history of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma presented with 3 months of progressive pain and weakness. Examination was notable for asymmetric face, arm, and leg weakness with absent reflexes. CSF was normal twice, ...

» [In Context] Daniel Ontaneda
12/09/19 22:44 from The Lancet Neurology
Daniel Ontaneda is a neurologist at the Cleveland Clinic Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis Treatment and Research (Cleveland, OH, USA). He was trained through a National Multiple Sclerosis Sylvia Lawry Award and a National Institutes ...

» [In Context] Dax versus Broca
12/09/19 22:44 from The Lancet Neurology
In 1865, Paul Broca, one of the founders of neuropsychology, published his landmark paper on the left cerebral dominance for speech. Broca thought that “we speak with the left hemisphere”, referring to Leborgne (known as Tan-Tan), an aph...

» [Articles] Case-mix, care pathways, and outcomes in patients with traumatic brain injury in CENTER-TBI: a European prospective, multicentre, longitudinal, cohort study
12/09/19 22:44 from The Lancet Neurology
Patients with TBI who presented to European centres in the core study were older than were those in previous observational studies and often had comorbidities. Overall, most patients presented with mild TBI. The incomplete recovery of ma...

» [Comment] International traumatic brain injury research: an annus mirabilis?
12/09/19 22:44 from The Lancet Neurology
In the history of science, the term annus mirabilis, Latin for extraordinary or miraculous year, refers to several years since 1666, including 1905, when a patent clerk in Bern, Switzerland, published four papers that revolutionised our ...

» [Comment] Thank you to our peer reviewers in 2018
12/09/19 22:44 from The Lancet Neurology
The Lancet Neurology is proud to be the leading clinical neurology journal, according to the 2018 Journal Citation Report, for another successive year. This achievement is, in great part, due to the clinical and statistical reviewers fro...

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