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Practical Neurology's Latest Table of Contents
2016 - 16 (4)
- Richard Asher's Talking Sense About Medicine.
- ABN news.
- Meningitis: from Kernig and Brudzinski to the 21st century.
- Highlights from this issue.
- Rheumatoid meningitis.
- A practical review of the neuropathology and neuroimaging of multiple sclerosis.
- Homocysteine and methylmalonate: when should I measure them and what do they mean?
- The difficulties with vitamin B12.
- Extreme delta brushes and BIRDs in the EEG of anti-NMDA-receptor encephalitis.
- The clinical assessment of apraxia.
- British Neurotoxin Network recommendations for managing cervical dystonia in patients with a poor response to botulinum toxin.
- Sneddon's syndrome: it is all in the ectoderm.
- Trapped without a diagnosis: Tumour necrosis factor receptor-associated periodic syndrome (TRAPS).
- The wrong end of the telescope: neuromuscular mimics of movement disorders (and vice versa).
- Preface to 'Neuromythology'.
- Romberg's test no longer stands up.
- Stress and epilepsy: fact or fiction, and what can we do about it?
- Topiramate-induced acute glaucoma.
- A case of cystinuria presenting with cerebellar ataxia and dementia.
- Contractures and muscle disease.
- A rare cause of weakness.