337 Results for clinical reasoning

  1. Clinical Reasoning: A demure teenager and her dystonic foot

    ... and her family history was unremarkable. Examination of the patient's gait is demonstrated in video 1 at http://neurology.org/lookup/doi/10.1212/WNL.0000000000004231 .Questions for consideration: 1. What is the...

    • Cullinane, Patrick W. MB; Browne, Patrick RANP; Hennessy, Michael J. MD; Counihan, Timothy J. MD
    • Neurology
    • August 15, 2017
  2. Clinical Reasoning: A 22-year-old man with diplopia

    ...SECTION 1A 22-year-old previously healthy man presented to an ophthalmology clinic with binocular horizontal diplopia. He had recently traveled to the main island of Hawaii. About 2 weeks after returning home, he

    • Meyer, Chelsea DO; Wynn, DonRaphael P. MD; Pulst, Stefan M. MD, DrMed; Chen, Ricky MD; Digre, Kathleen MD
    • Neurology
    • August 01, 2017
  3. Clinical Reasoning: A teenager with left arm weakness

    ... history suggested an autosomal dominant pattern of inheritance, which was consistent with the clinical diagnosis of HNPP. The patient underwent targeted genetic testing (sequencing and deletion/duplication analysis of 4

    • Al-Ghamdi, Fouad MD; Vytopil, Michal MD; Ghosh, Partha S. MD
    • Neurology
    • March 06, 2018
  4. Clinical Reasoning: A man with rapidly ascending paralysis

    ... and adults. These patients typically present with asymmetric weakness and endorse a prodromal respiratory or gastrointestinal illness. In this syndrome, the clinical pathology and its radiographic correlate are largely ...

    • Rosenberg, Jon MD; Aradi, Stephen MD; Pruitt, Amy MD
    • Neurology
    • July 25, 2017
  5. Clinical Reasoning: Importance of clinical phenomenology in the era of genetic testing

    ... benign hereditary chorea demonstrating normal Sanger sequencing result and (2) the importance of clinical expertise in understanding and interpreting negative or ostensibly noncontributory genetic test...

    • Basu, Meera R. BA; Espay, Alberto J. MD, MSc; Wakefield, Emily G. BS, MS, LGC; Wu, Steve W. MD
    • Neurology
    • February 06, 2018
  6. Clinical Reasoning: An unusual cause of adult cryptogenic ischemic stroke

    ... for analysis?GO TO SECTION 3Section 3 [Context Link]As the patient showed marked clinical improvement, she was prepared for discharge. The follow-up plans included outpatient cardiac event monitoring to evaluate for...

    • Leekoff, Mark L. MD; Masur, Julia E. BS; Burke, Allen P. MD; Pollock, Jeremy S. MD; Peters, Matthew N. MD; Pham, Si M. MD; Miller, Timothy R. MD; Cole, John W. MD, MS
    • Neurology
    • February 20, 2018