Neurology is the study of the nervous system and the disorders that can afflict it. With over 600 recognized neurological diseases and disorders, proper diagnosis and management is paramount. Below are articles concerning research and findings in the field of neurology.

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GBS in Elderly Patients

SYNOPSIS: Among very old (older than 80 years of age) patients, the prognosis for Guillain-Barré is typically more severe, often with poorer recovery outlook.

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Testing Holistic Approaches to Combating Alzheimer’s

While there are currently many treatment methods to deal with the symptoms and disabilities of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), there is not yet a medical cure or vaccine to prevent or cure the disease. Progress is being made, but as of now, it is best to continue to pursue all avenues to find a definitive method to either reverse progression or altogether prevent development of Alzheimer’s in elderly patients.

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Dysbiosis and Autoimmune Diseases

SYNOPSIS: This study adds to mounting evidence indicating that dysbiosis and imbalance in the gut microbiome are linked to autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis.

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Neurodegenerative Elements of Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis

Pediatric-onset multiple sclerosis (onset that occurs prior to age 18) hinders age-expected brain development, suggesting that multiple sclerosis’s neurodegenerative symptoms are early onset processes. This can have serious implications for the diagnosis and even the therapeutic outlooks of those affected.

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