NeuroLogic Spring 2012
Lee Peterlin uses DEXA scanners, most often used to measure bone density, to assess body fat content for her research.
photo by Keith Weller
Articles in this Issue
A Hopkins researcher is working to discover why obese individuals are more likely to get migraines.
A variety of strategies is often necessary to treat this anomaly, which arises when an artery from the dura forms a connection with a vein from the brain.
Neurosurgeons work with orthopedists to tackle complex surgeries to heal this age-related form of scoliosis.
Hopkins has a new Cyberknife radiotherapy system and will be starting a variety of new clinical trials for brain cancer vaccines.
At The Bench
A combination of bench research and specialized clinical care could eventually offer new options for patients with NMO.