Neurology Podcasts

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This course will discuss the background and prevalence of occipital neuralgia, its etiology, clinical features, diagnosis, and treatment options. Additionally discussed will be treatment techniques and differential diagnosis of occipital neuralgia vs other headache/head pain disorders. (Recorded at...

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Myelopathie--spinal cord disorders--are associated with multiple medical conditions. Dr. Argoff provides an overview of the causes of myelopathy, and discusses differential diagnosis and options for treatment.

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Chronic pain may centralize in the spinal cord and brain leaving the patient with constant, neuropathic pain. The mechanism of this development is microglial activation and neuroinflammation. Successful treatment usually requires a special pharmacologic regimen that includes analgesics, neuropathic...

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Approximately 40 million people in the United States suffer from peripheral neuropathy and a growing subset of those appear to suffer from small fiber neuropathy. This presentation will review the causes and symptoms of small fiber neuropathy, a grossly underappreciated painful disorder that...

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During this session, we will discuss migraine, specifically migraine with aura. Types of migrainous auras will be shown, and we will "deep dive" into the Alice in Wonderland Syndrome, a very specific and rare migrainous aura. Also to be discussed: evidence based medicine treatments to abort...

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Arachnoiditis is officially listed as a rare disease, but its estimated incidence has increased over about 400% in the past decade. Almost every pain practice has now encountered a case. Technically, the name implies an inflammatory disease of the arachnoid layer of the thecal sac or meninges. In...

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