Neurology 1508 - Neurology Alert - Aug 01, 2011

Target Audience:

This activity is intended for the neurologist.

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Credit Designation:

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Faculty

Physician Editor
Matthew Fink, MD
Vice Chairman, Professor of Clinical Neurology
Weill Medical College
Chief of Division of Stroke and Critical Care Neurology
NewYork Presbyterian Hospital

Peer Reviewer
M. Flint Beal, MD
Professor and Chairman,
Department of Neurology and Neuroscience

Assistant Editors
Michael Rubin, MD, FRCP(C)
Professor of Clinical Neurology;
Specialty area, Neuromuscular Disorders

Authors

Michael Lin, MD
Professor of Clinical Neurology
Weill Cornell Medical College

Adília Hormigo, MD, PhD
Attending Neurologist
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center;
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Weill Cornell Medical College

Marc Dinkin, MD
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology
Weill Cornell Medical College

Michael S. Virk, MD, PhD
Resident in Neurosurgery
Weill Cornell Medical College

Roger Härtl, MD

Leonard and Fleur Harlan Clinical Scholar in Neurological Surgery
Associate Professor, Neurological Surgery
Weill Cornell Medical College

Subjects:

  • A Weak Jaw Says Much
  • Can We Make an Accurate Diagnosis of Patients with Posterior Cortical Atrophy?
  • Long-term Impact of Medulloblastoma Treatment in Childhood
  • Natural History of Stroke-Related Homonymous Hemianopsia
  • For Cervical Myelopathy from Spondylosis, Which Surgical Approach is Better — Anterior or Posterior?
  • Stroke Alert: A Review of Current Clinical Stroke Literature

Objectives:

  • Present current scientific data regarding diagnosis and treatment of neurologic disease, including stroke, Alzheimer?s disease, transient ischemic attack, and coma
  • Discuss the pathogenesis and treatment of pain
  • Present basic science lessons in brain function
  • Discuss information regarding new drugs for commonly diagnosed diseases and new uses for traditional drugs
  • Discuss nonclinical issues of importance to neurologists, such as the right to die and the physician?s legal obligation to patients with terminal illness

Financial Disclosure:

Neurology Alert's editor in chief, Matthew Fink, MD, reports no consultant, stockholder, speaker’s bureau, research, or other relationships related to this field of study. Author Joseph E. Safdieh, MD, Susan Gauthier, DO, MS, assistant editors John J. Caronna, MD, Melissa J. Nirenberg, MD, PhD, Michael Rubin, MD, FRCP(C), and peer reviewer M. Flint Beal, MD, report no consultant, stockholder, speaker’s bureau, research, or other financial relationship with any company having ties to this field of study.

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