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Created:   10/20/2011
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Does Vagotomy Reduce the Risk for Parkinson's Disease?

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News from the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting: An Anti-Tau Antibody Reverses Cognitive and Motor Deficits in Animal Model

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News from the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting: Phenylbutyrate Appears Promising for Parkinson's

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At the Bench: Lorenz Studer, MD, PhD: On Developing Stem Cell Therapies for Parkinson's Disease and Receiving a MacArthur ‘Genius’ Grant

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Gamma Knife Thalamotomy Found Effective in Some Patients with Severe Refractory Tremor

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When Do Parkinson's Patients Progress to Dementia?

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IN THE CLINIC: Jonathan W. Mink, MD, PhD: On ‘Awakenings,’ and the Pathways to His Inaugural Oliver Sacks Award for Excellence in Tourette Syndrome

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News from the MDS International Conference: It's A Matter of Debate: If Synucleopathies Look and Act Like Prion Disease, Are They Really Prion Disease?

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News from the MDS International Congress: Inhaled Levodopa Quickly Abolishes ‘Off Time’ Symptoms for Parkinson's Patients

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NEWS FROM THE AAN ANNUAL MEETING: Multiple System Atrophy: New Prognostic Data on Clinical Symptoms and Survival

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NEWS FROM THE SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ANNUAL MEETING: Zinc Finger and Antisense Methods for Silencing Mutant Huntington's Gene Show Preclinical Success

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NEWS FROM THE SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ANNUAL MEETING: Cerium Oxide Nanoparticles Show Promise in Animal Models of Parkinson's and Other Neurologic Diseases

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NEWS FROM THE SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ANNUAL MEETING: Optogenetics Shines Light on Dopamine's Role in Movement

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Best Advances of 2014: Picks from the Neurology Today Editorial Advisory Board

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Why Study Authors Call for a Black-Box Warning for Dopamine Agonists

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Comparing Treatment Strategies in Two Countries, Study Suggests Delaying Levodopa Therapy for Parkinson's Is Unwarranted

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Prospective Study Identifies New Predictors of Dementia in Parkinson's Disease

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Longitudinal Study Finds Neuropsychiatric Symptoms Emerge Early in Parkinson's Disease — And Often Go Untreated

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Tozadenant Found to Reduce Parkinson's ‘Off-Time’ in Phase 2 Trial

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Study Confirms Long-Term Benefits of Hypothermia for Perinatal Asphyxia

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NEWS FROM THE AAN ANNUAL MEETING: Why Did Preladenant for Parkinson's Fail in the Phase 3 Trial?

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Molecular Details of PINK1/Parkin Pathway Point to Therapy Target for Parkinson's Disease

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Restless Legs Syndrome Is Associated with Peripheral Hypoxia

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How to Prevent Falls in Parkinson's Patients? A New Consensus Document Offers Tips

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NEWS FROM THE AAN ANNUAL MEETING: DaTscan Found Effective for Diagnosing Movement Disorders and Dementia

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NEWS FROM THE AAN ANNUAL MEETING: Low Accuracy of Clinical Diagnosis of Early Parkinson's, New Study Finds

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NEWS FROM THE AAN ANNUAL MEETING: Lower Penetrance of Parkinson's Disease Mutation Reported Among Ashkenazi Jews

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NEWS FROM THE NINDS: The Next Generation Parkinson's Research

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In Open-Label Trial, Gene Therapy Found Safe and Well-Tolerated in Advanced Parkinson's

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Success for Pimavanserin in Parkinson's Disease May Provide ‘Breakthrough’ for PD Psychosis

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Next-Generation Genome Sequencing Helps Diagnose Ataxias — At a Reduced Cost

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Few Immune Issues with Dopamine Stem Cell Transplants in Primates

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New Review Focuses on Strategies to Reduce Risk of Falls

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Ultrasound Thalamotomy Reported to Be Promising Therapy for Essential Tremor

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Can Telemedicine End the “Neurologist Gap” in Parkinson's Disease?

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By Consensus, Experts Arrive at a New Classification System for Diagnosing Dystonia

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First AAN Evidence-Based Review on the Treatment of Tardive Syndromes

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A Parkinson's Diagnosis Is Not What Prompts Depression, Study Finds: Why Neurologists Need to Screen for the Comorbidity

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DBS Treatment Found Beneficial for Dystonia Patients for Up to Eight Years

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NEWS FROM THE NINDS: In Search of Biomarkers for Parkinson's Disease

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‘Seeding’ Alpha-Synuclein Spreads Parkinson's Pathology in Normal Mouse Brain

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Investigators Identify Key Player in Cellular Defense against Alpha-Synuclein Toxicity — and a Potential New Therapeutic Target for Parkinson's Disease

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Methylphenidate Found to Help Parkinson's Disease Gait Problems

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Investigators Rescue Mitochondrial Deficits in Stem Cell Lines From Parkinson's Disease Patients

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News from the AAN Annual Meeting: The Role of Exercise in Animal Models of Parkinson's Disease and Clinical Trials

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Levodopa Gel Reported to Reduce Parkinson Disease “Off Time”

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Up & Coming: Vikas Kotagal, MD: Decoding the Motor Subtypes of Parkinson Disease

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For Parkinson Disease Patients, Tai Chi Can Improve Balance and Reduce Falls

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Parkinson Disease's Effect on Mortality Eclipses Heart Disease and Other Common Illnesses of the Elderly

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News from the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting: Researchers Focus on Intracellular Signaling to Relieve Levodopa-induced Dyskinesia

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Study in Twins Suggests Solvents May Raise Parkinson Disease Risk

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Investigators Create Functional Dopamine Neurons: Clinical Trials in PD Could Be A Few Years Away

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Alpha-synuclein Induces Lewy Body Formation and Neuronal Death, Supporting Cell-to-Cell Disease Transmission A New Model for Parkinson Disease?

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Is Levodopa Neurotoxic? New Data — and the Controversy Lives On

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Can a Web-Based Recruitment Tool for Genomic Analysis be Valid?

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Data on Biomarkers Often Invalid in Follow‐Up Studies: How Does Neurology Fare?

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PD Patients Continue to Benefit from DBS After a Decade

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In Parkinson Disease, Group Patient Visits May Offer Unique Benefits

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Gene Therapy for PD Show Promise

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New Evidence for Association of Pesticides with Parkinson Disease

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New Observational Study: Ibuprofen May Protect Against Parkinson Disease

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DaTscan Approved for Dopamine Transporter Imaging; Skeptics Doubt Clinical Value

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A New Classification System for Diagnosing Dystonia: Dr. Anthony E. Lang Responds

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Neurology Today  Experts on dystonia teamed up to bring an old definition and a classification system up to date. Anthony E. Lang, MD, a movement disorders specialist at the University of Toronto, talks to Neurology Today about the new consensus report — what they changed, what they kept in, and why — to make the diagnosis of dystonia more accurate. For the full story, see the September 5 issue of Neurology Today.

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Odor Identification Test (Adult), from the NIH Toolbox

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A video demonstration of the Odor Identification Test in adults from the NIH Toolbox. NIH Toolbox is a multidimensional set of brief measures assessing cognitive, emotional, motor, and sensory function from ages 3-85, meeting the need for a standard set of measures that can be used as a “common currency” across diverse study designs and settings. Visit www.nihtoolbox.org for more information.

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From the AAN Annual Meeting: Levodopa Gel Found Better than Tablets in Reducing Parkinson Disease "Off" Time

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What are the advantages or limitations of using an intrajejunal gastronomy tube to deliver continuous levodopa? Watch here as Neurology Today Editor-in-chief Steven P. Ringel, MD, and Associate Editor Robert Holloway, MD, weigh in.

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