An investigation suggests patients with MacTel who use the product have more stable visual acuities than those who do not.
Researchers established increased peripapillary microvascular density and flux in patients with the neurological condition.
Increased levels of physical activity may have a protective effect on apolipoprotein E (APOE) ε4-related cognitive decline in early Parkinson disease.
The study found worsening disease in those with thinning in the ganglion cell layer plus inner plexiform layer plus peripapillary retinal nerve fibre layer.
The researchers’ goal was to provide an overview of endpoints and outcomes in the current acute migraine clinical trial literature to facilitate the development of novel treatments.
For COVID-19 long-haulers, neurologic symptoms are common, with 81% experiencing brain fog and 85 percent with fatigue.
Legalization of recreational cannabis appears to be associated with increases in rates of claims for self-harm among men younger than 40 years.
For people with dementia with symptoms of depression, without a major depressive disorder, nondrug interventions are more efficacious than drug interventions.
COVID-19 vaccination coverage is higher in low compared with high social vulnerability counties across the United States.
A study shows a number of comorbidities commonly associated with poor health outcomes appear to be protective against dementia and Alzheimer disease.
Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are associated with modestly increased risks for ASDs and possibly ADHD in offspring.
Older adults with recent mild cognitive impairment or dementia diagnoses have an increased risk for attempting suicide.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused large disruptions to physical activity, sleep, time use, and mental health among young adults.
A study highlights the significant improvement in visual acuity following the treatment.
Investigators compare the sensitivity and specificity of the biopsy methods.
Head injury is associated with dementia over a median 25 years of follow-up.
Most patients saw a reversal of relative afferent pupillary defect and resolution of color vision deficits, the study says.
In eyes with nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy, imaging detected thicker and less vascular peripapillary choroid.
Researchers evaluated cognitively normal individuals from individuals with mild cognitive impairment caused by Alzheimer disease with several tests.
Investigators conducted a retrospective study of patients with presumed IIH and papilledema who did not receive lumbar puncture.