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Heading to the AAN? Visit Us In Exhibit Hall Booth #825!

We hope you will take time from your meetings, tours, and other activities to stop by our booth in the Publishers’ Row section of the Exhibit Hall. We would love to meet you!


Meet the Editors

Our editors are looking forward to hearing directly from you at our booth. See the schedule below. Stop by to give your feedback about MedLink Neurology, ask questions about our content, and discuss clinical matters in general.

 

 

  • Sunday 3:30 – 4: Douglas Lanska MD MS MSPH, Neuro-Otology
  • Monday 11:30 – noon: Antonio Culebras MD, Sleep Disorders
  • Monday 2:30 – 3: Michael J Howell MD, Sleep Disorders
  • Monday 5 – 5:30: Raymond P Roos MD, Neuroimmunology
  • Tuesday 11:30 – noon: J Timothy Greenamyre MD PhD, Editor-In-Chief

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Spotlight on Alzheimer disease

Alzheimer disease is the prototypical and, by far, most common dementia. In this clinical summary, Dr. David S Geldmacher, Director of the Division of Memory Disorders and Behavioral Neurology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, presents an overview of the disease including clinical manifestations, pathophysiology, etiology, and diagnostic workup. Also included is information on recent results from clinical trials of exercise and treatments for neuropsychiatric symptoms.

To view the complete clinical summary, click here.

MedLink Neurology authors are always at work to bring you broad and up-to-date coverage of neurology topics. We are pleased to highlight clinical summaries that have been recently added or updated and to introduce the authors who write these authoritative articles. We hope you enjoy these overviews and appreciate the contributions of our more than 450 authors who keep MedLink Neurology the premier information resource for neurologists.

Spotlight on Combined third, fourth, and sixth nerve palsies

Diplopia is a common complaint of patients with diseases of the central nervous system and usually is helpful for localization of pathology. A minority of patients complaining of diplopia have signs that indicate involvement of multiple ocular motor nerve palsies. These must be differentiated from single ocular motor nerve palsies, neuromuscular junction, myopathic disorders, and supranuclear disorders. Their recognition is also important because the differential diagnosis includes a higher frequency of mass and inflammatory lesions in the vicinity of the cavernous sinus, which may require urgent therapy. In this clinical summary, Dr. Heather Moss of the University of Illinois at Chicago discuss the manifestations, etiology, diagnosis, and management of multiple ocular motor palsies.

To view the complete clinical summary, click here.

MedLink Neurology authors are always at work to bring you broad and up-to-date coverage of neurology topics. We are pleased to highlight clinical summaries that have been recently added or updated and to introduce the authors who write these authoritative articles. We hope you enjoy these overviews and appreciate the contributions of our more than 450 authors who keep MedLink Neurology the premier information resource for neurologists.