Monthly Archive: February, 2016

Keeping up with the latest practical guidelines in neurology

Neurologists breathe guidelines. And they churn them out at a breathtaking pace. It is extremely difficult keeping up with what’s in, what’s out, and what’s back in again! Often the new guidelines add nothing new, or… Continue reading

What are the most controversial questions in neurology?

Uncertainty and doubt abound in Neurology. There are many evidence-free areas where experts rub each other the wrong way. These controversies are big and occur in all neurology subspecialties. Controversy-busters have tried for about a decade to… Continue reading

Which are the most useful neurological applications?

It is no exaggeration to say our lives revolve around apps. These handy devices bring knowledge to our fingertips at the tap of the finger, or the click of a mouse . They promise easy… Continue reading

How bright is the future for Alzheimer’s disease?

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is scary. It is the most prevalent cause of dementia, and the name strikes terror, especially to those with a close family history of the condition. It is disturbing when a… Continue reading

Should neurologists be thinking of Influenza H1N1?

Every now and then neurologists come across patients with what appears to be ‘straightforward’ viral encephalitis but who do not respond to conventional treatment. These treatments are usually according to established guidelines such… Continue reading

Alzheimer’s disease: a few curious things

This is a prelude to my upcoming post, How Bright is the Future for Alzheimer’s Disease? In writing that post I came across a few curious reports about Alzheimer’s disease. I thought these reports were not… Continue reading

Which are the most reliable neurology reference sources?

Neurology is huge. It consists of diverse subspecialties, each covering several distinct diseases. Neurology is also a rapidly advancing field with cutting-edge diagnostic processes and novel therapeutic approaches. Neurological practice, therefore, depends on reliable and… Continue reading