Neurology is the branch of medicine concerned with the study and treatment of disorders of the nervous system. The nervous system is a complex, sophisticated system that regulates and coordinates body activities. It has two major divisions: The central nervous system: the brain and the spinal cord.
A general practice doctor might make a referral to a neurologist if they believe that an individual shows signs of a neurological problem. Neurological issues encompass a broad range of conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease, diabetic neuropathy, headache, and nerve damage.
Tremor Presenting in Infants and Children Aged less than 2 Years
Tremor with onset at age <2 years follows a benign course, with many patients requiring no treatment and outgrowing the disorder.
Potential Benefit of Add-on Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol in Pediatric Drug-Resistant Epilepsy: A Case Series
Based on our experiences and reports in the literature, we propose that, in patients who fail management with an initial trial of high-dose CBD-focused therapy, there may be a role for add-on THC-focused formulations.
Multidisciplinary Practice Variations of Anti-Thrombotic Strategies for Free Tissue Transfers
There are diverse practice variations in anti-thrombotic strategies for free tissue transfers and a difference in perceived risk factors for flap failure that may affect patient management.
Bibliometric Analysis of Neurology Articles Published in General Medicine Journals
Compared with other specialties, neurology-based articles are published more frequently in general medicine journals.
Not so Shocking: Electromyography in Pediatrics Remains Feasible and Diagnostically Useful
Overall NCS/EMG is well tolerated and able to be performed without sedation in children of all ages.
Continuous EEG in a pediatric intensive care unit: adherence to monitoring criteria and barriers to adequate implementation
we strongly advocate for a routine screening for cEEG monitoring indications as part of the PICU admission process, and a care model allowing for cEEG initiation around-the-clock.
Tuberous sclerosis complex associated intracranial lesion found by antenatal ultrasound
Though there are no reports of sensitivity of neurosonography for the antenatal detection of intracranial abnormalities associated with TSC, our case suggests that antenatal ultrasound could be used as a screening modality for antenatal diagnosis of TSC.