Jin Jun Luo, Qing Ni
The 5th Annual Meeting of Chinese American Neurological Association (CANA) was successfully held virtually on November 7, 2020.
Volume 6 Issue 2
Jin Jun Luo, Qing Ni
Elias Antoniades, Stavros Stamatiou, Kyriaki Papadopoulou and Ioannis Patsalas
Meningiomas are the most frequent benign intracranial lesions. They arise from the arachnoidal cap cells and are extra-axially located. Gross total resection in most of the cases is the treatment of choice.
Rebecca T. Hsu, Favio Bumanlag, Anita K. Mehta, Xiaohong Si, Yun Yuan, Nae J. Dun and Jin Jun Luo
Elevated plasma level of homocysteine (eHcy) has been observed to be related to various neurological conditions including peripheral neuropathy (PN).
Sherifa A. Hamed, Ali F. Elhadad, Refaat F. Abdel-aal and Enas A. Hamed
Iron deficiency (ID) and its anemia (IDA) are the most prevalent nutritional deficiency worldwide. Dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) is a consequence of anemia regardless to its type.
Anita K. Mehta, Christopher Martini, Demi Mendez and Jin Jun Luo
A 45-year-old woman presented for trigeminal neuralgia with a unique clinical course. Her trigeminal neuralgia was exacerbated with increased severity in pain….
Linqiu Zhou, Uche Eneanya and Jeffrey Gehret
Migration or malfunction of spinal cord stimulation (SCS) leads is a known complication of which to be aware of neuromodulation therapy. However, the replacement of percutaneous SCS leads is challenging.
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Dhananjay Gupta, Nikith Shetty, Mahendra Javali, Pradeep R, Anish Mehta, Purshottam T. Acharya and Srinivasa
Levetiracetam is a newer anti-epileptic drug and has a novel mechanism of action, that is modulation of synaptic neuro-transmitter release. Due to its good oral tolerability, wide therapeutic range and minimal systemic adverse effects, it is gaining popularity in a wide spectrum of seizure disorders.
Dhananjay Gupta, Pradeep R, Anish Mehta, Mahendra Javali, Purshottam T. Acharya and Srinivasa Rangasetty
Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH) is a disorder characterized by elevated intracranial pressure without an identifiable underlying aetiology. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) analysis and neuro-imaging may be normal, though certain MRI signs have been described which can help in establishing the diagnosis of IIH.