NeuroLogic - Fall 2009
Articles in this Issue
One of the biggest problems with this inherited disorder is that it's easy to misdiagnose.
Dan Sciubba's use of minimally invasive surgery for spinal problems is helped selected patients heal faster.
It's easy to miss the symptoms of stroke in children, but quick treatment is key to recovery.
Murky data and weak studies are behind many claims that various devices and potions are effective against the pain of neuropathy.
Stem Cell Research
Should people believe that stem cell cures have already arrived? A trio of Hopkins neuroscientists says no.
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