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A study by physicians at Mayo Clinic's campus in Arizona, presented at the 2013 American Academy of Neurology conference in San Diego, has determined that tablet computers can be used to review EEG results remotely.
Concussion has become a major public health concern. One of the predominant questions is: When is it safe to return to play after a concussion?
Bart M. Demaerschalk, M.D., professor of neurology, and medical director of Mayo Clinic Telestroke, and Dwight D. Channer, M.S., Telestroke program manager, discuss the hub-and-spoke model of the stroke telemedicine program.
Jonathan L. Carter, M.D., a neurologist at Mayo Clinic's campus in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, discusses symptomatic therapies and personalized treatment programs for patients with MS-related walking impairment.
Mayo Clinic neurologist, Richard J. Caselli, M.D., discusses findings from a longitudinal aging study to examine changes in cognitive skills with aging and the influence of increased risks of Alzheimer's disease.
Roger D. White, M.D., discusses his article of a case of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with 96 minutes of continued pulselessness and relentless ventricular defibrillation.
Fred (Michael) M. Cutrer, M.D., a neurologist at Mayo Clinic and co-author of the case study, discusses the treatment.
In a retrospective five-year study, researchers at Mayo Clinic found that common causes of hospitalization for patients with malignant brain tumors, such as seizures, are potentially preventable.
James B. Dyck, M.D., of the Department of Neurology, discusses a study of patients who received psychiatric evaluation and attended nutritional clinics before having bariatric surgery at Mayo Clinic.