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Original Investigation | July 27, 2015 ONLINE FIRST
Insulin Resistance and Cerebral Glucose Uptake in Alzheimer Disease
This cross-sectional study measures associations between insulin resistance, PET-measured regional cerebral glucose metabolism, and neuropsychological measures in cognitively normal, late middle–aged adults at risk for Alzheimer disease.
Original Investigation | July 20, 2015 FREE ONLINE FIRST
Features and Outcomes of Necrotizing Autoimmune Myopathy
This case series describes clinical characteristics and outcomes of patients with necrotizing autoimmune myopathy.
Original Investigation | July 13, 2015 FREE ONLINE FIRST
Incidental Cerebral Microbleeds and Cerebral Blood Flow in Elderly Individuals
This cross-sectional study evaluates the effect of cerebral microbleeds in cognitively normal elderly individuals.
Images in Neurology | July 6, 2015 ONLINE FIRST
This case report describes an immunocompetent woman with episodic hand and forearm spasms progressing to right-sided weakness, dysarthria, and gait instability, who was ultimately diagnosed with lymphomatosis cerebri variant of diffuse, large B-cell lymphoma.
Original Investigation | June 29, 2015 ONLINE FIRST
Autosomal Dominant Alzheimer Disease in Children
This cross-sectional study reports that children at genetic risk for autosomal dominant Alzheimer disease have functional and structural brain changes and abnormal levels of plasma amyloid-Aβ1-42
Interview with Thomas F. McElrath, MD, PhD, author of Mortality and Morbidity During Delivery Hospitalization Among Pregnant Women With Epilepsy in the United States, and Jacqueline A. French, MD, author of Risks of Epilepsy During Pregnancy: How Much Do We Really Know?
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Recovery From Locked-in Syndrome
The video shows an awake, attentive patient with a gaze preference to the left and minimal horizontal eye movements to the right.
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Personality Change and Gait Dysfunction
A woman in her 50s was referred to a neurologist for a history of gait, balance, personality, and judgment changes over 4 years.
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The American Neurological Association is having a satellite symposium “Circuits and Circuit Disorders: Approaches to Neuromodulation,” Saturday, September 26, 2015, 7:00 pm, Marriott Downtown Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, the evening before the start of the annual meeting. It is cosponsored by the Annals of Neurology and JAMA Neurology and features Mahlon Delong, MD, Emory University, 2014 Lasker Prize in Medicine recipient for his research in developing deep brain stimulation; Philip Starr, MD, PhD, University of California, San Francisco, the dystonias; Jonathan Mink, MD, PhD, University of Rochester Medical Center, Tourette syndrome; Helen Mayberg, MD, Emory University, depression; and Bryan L. Roth, PhD, University of North Carolina, chemogenetics.
Registration for the meeting and hotel accommodations can be obtained at http://myana.org/events/ana-2015-annual-meeting.
Announcing the American Neurological Association’s 140th annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois, September 27-29, 2015.
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