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Neurology® Clinical Practice Podcast - December 2014 Issue

Case Reports

John Corboy, Editor of Neurology: Clinical Practice introduces the December 2014 Special Issue dedicated to Case Reports. The Editors then interview authors of three featured Case Reports. David Anderson, Associate Editor for Neurology: Clinical Practice, interviews W. Oliver Tobin about a Case titled “NMDA receptor encephalitis causing reversible caudate changes on MRI and PET imaging”; John Corboy interviews Kinga Szigeti about a Case titled “Capgras-like visual decomposition in Lewy body dementia with therapeutic response to donepezil”; and Richard Barbano, Associate Editor for Neurology: Clinical Practice, interviews Jamie Ad Read More

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Introduction (00:15 - 01:27)
00:15 01:27

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Interview 1: NMDA receptor encephalitis causing reversible caudate changes on MRI and PET imaging (01:28 - 06:05)
01:28 06:05

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David Anderson, Associate Editor for Neurology: Clinical Practice, interviews W. Oliver Tobin about a Case titled "NMDA receptor encephalitis causing reversible caudate changes on MRI and PET imaging."

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Interview 2: Capgras-like visual decomposition in Lewy body dementia with therapeutic response to donepezil (06:06 - 13:27)
06:06 13:27

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John Corboy, Editor of Neurology: Clinical Practice, interviews Kinga Szigeti about a Case titled "Capgras-like visual decomposition in Lewy body dementia with therapeutic response to donepezil"

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Interview 3: Long segment spinal cord involvement as initial clinical manifestation of sarcoidosis (13:28 - 18:41)
13:28 18:41

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Associate Editor Richard Barbano interviews Jamie Adams about a Case titled "Long segment spinal cord involvement as initial clinical manifestation of sarcoidosis."

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