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Neurologic Clinics: special issue maps therapeutic progress

The journal Neurologic Clinics has published a special issue describing the latest advances in treating such neurologic disorders as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, headache and sleep disorders.

15 Nov 2010

The journal Neurologic Clinics has published a special issue describing the latest advances in treating such neurologic disorders as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, headache and sleep disorders.

It contains 15 articles detailing these advances in treating and managing these disorders, including:

  • neuro-stimulation for headache;
  • new anti-epileptic drugs;
  • control of arterial blood pressure in stroke patients;
  • current and emerging therapies for motor complications from Parkinson’s disease;
  • therapeutic challenges in dystonia;
  • treating low-grade gliomas;
  • managing acute, recurrent and chronic meningitis in adults and
  • treatment options for parasomnias.

The authors include specialists in neurology, neurosurgery, medical oncology, radiation oncology, psychiatry and neuropathology. They are affiliated with leading American institutions such as the Mayo Clinic, Harvard, Loyola, Baylor College of Medicine and the universities of Cincinnati, Houston and Utah.

The web address to find details is www.neurologic.theclinics.com


Published: 15 Nov 2010