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The Neurology Podcast provides practical information for neurologists and clinicians to practice the best possible medicine for patients. Examining methods and findings in peer-reviewed journals, the show provides insights that impact clinical practice and patient care. From the journal Neurology and the American Academy of Neurology, providing education and expert analysis since 2007.
Dr. Stacey Clardy and Dr. Heather Leeper discuss the social ramifications of a neurological diagnosis and the importance of palliative care. They emphasize the role of social workers in these difficult conversations and highlight the valuable resources they can connect patients to. Read the related article in Neurology®.
In this episode, dedicated to the memory of the 35th president of the AAN, Dr. Ralph Sacco, Dr. Tesha Monteith talks with Dr. Mitch Elkind and Dr. Orly Avitzur, as they talk about the life, legacy, and incredible achievements of Dr. Ralph Sacco for all that he touched and for those left to be inspired. Read Dr. Sacco's In Memoriam article.
The March 2023 replay of past episodes showcases four interviews regarding Neuro-Oncology. This episode features conversations with Dr. Johan Koekkoek about the effectiveness of AED duotherapies in patients with glioma, followed by an interview with Drs. Howard Colman and Kelly Fritz about the availability of lomustine for the treatment of (GBM), leading into an interview with Dr. W. Oliver Tobin about histiocytic diseases affecting the CNS. March's Neurology Recall concludes with an interview with Dr. Rachna Malani about ICANS in CAR. Associated Articles: Effectiveness of Antiseizure Medication Duotherapies in Patients With Glioma: A Multicenter Observational Cohort Study
Dr. Halley Alexander talks with Dr. Wyatt Bensken about the difference in antiseizure medications between racial and ethnic groups among people with epilepsy. Read the related article in Neurology Clinical Practice.
Dr. Jeff Burns talks with Dr. Beau Ances about the burden amyloid has on individuals with Down syndrome compared to autosomal dominant Alzheimer disease. Read the related article in The Lancet Neurology.
Dr. Roy Hamilton talks with Dr. Kenneth Langa, about the prevalence of dementia and mild cognitive impairment in the US. Read the full article in JAMA Neurology. This episode is brought to you by Mass General Brigham Department of Neurology, please visit us at www.massgeneralbrigham.org.
The February 2023 Neurology Recall showcases four dynamic interviews about Pre-Symptomatic Findings in Neurodegeneration. This episode features conversations with Dr. Sana Aslam on the clinicopathologic correlations of jaw tremor, followed by an interview with Dr. Valeria Iodice on diagnosing pre-motor multiple system atrophy, leading into an interview with Dr. Joe Verghese on olfactory dysfunction and incidence of motoric cognitive risk syndrome. This month's Recall concludes with a conversation with Dr. Rafael Romero on the correlation between perivascular spaces visible on MRIs and the risk of incident dementia. Associated Articles: Clinicopathologic Correlations of Jaw Tremor in a Longitudinal Aging Study Diagnosing Premotor Multiple System Atrophy Natural History and Autonomic Testing in an Autopsy-Confirmed Cohort Olfactory Dysfunction and Incidence of Motoric Cognitive Risk Syndrome A Prospective Clinical-Pathologic Study MRI-Visible Perivascular Spaces and Risk of Incident Dementia The Framingham Heart Study
Dr. Justin Abbatemarco talks with Dr. Mark Gorman, about primary angiitis of the CNS. Read the full article in Annals of Neurology. This episode is brought to you by Mass General Brigham Department of Neurology, please visit us at www.massgeneralbrigham.org.
Dr. Dan Ackerman talks with Dr. David Seiffge, about the use of oral anticoagulants on ischemic stroke. Read the full article in JAMA Neurology. This episode is brought to you by Mass General Brigham Department of Neurology, please visit us at www.massgeneralbrigham.org.
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