Most Recent Articles by Brandon May
In patients with mild cognitive impairment, CSF and MRI findings are highly predicitve of Alzheimer disease and dementia risk.
There are more sleep disturbances in children with NDPH than in children with tension-type headache.
In more than 50% of Parkinson's patients, impulse control disorders are present.
In pediatric patients, poor sleep quality partially mediates PTSS and chronic pain relationships.
In patients with multiple sclerosis, neuroinflammation is linked to anxiety and depression.
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