said Marc Fisher, MD, a neurology professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, who spoke about acute stroke treatment after three hours.
internist workup of common neurological symptoms, a joint project of ACP and the American Academy of Neurology. ... Scherokman, who is also a clinical professor of neurology at George Washington University in the District of Columbia.
Ray Dorsey, MD, a neurology instructor at the University of Rochester Medical Center and a researcher on gender and work preferences.
In randomized trials reported in The New England Journal of Medicine and a subtrial analysis in Lancet Neurology, dabigatran and rivaroxaban were at least as safe and effective as warfarin for ... They especially need to understand that missing doses
Untreated adult patients with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have a higher rate of consequences that may result in underachievement. Proper detection can give internists a way to improve their patients' quality of life.
We feel the same way about the time to antimicrobial agents,” said Karen Roos, MD, who is the John and Nancy Nelson Professor of Neurology at Indiana University in Indianapolis. ... Roos offered advice on speeding and improving diagnosis and treatment
Samuels, MACP, had already received it when he addressed the subject during the “Update in Neurology” session.
of neurology at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
He also cited a letter published in December 2020 in Lancet Neurology as intriguing. ... Bulova said. “That's the hypothesis that that's why the number of cases has gone down.” The Lancet Neurology authors, he added, had written that adults with the
Appropriate services might include stepdown, neurology, or perioperative care. An upside is that APPs can get very proficient at the specialized care, while the downside is that it could get monotonous