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Neuro Pathways Podcast Description: A Cleveland Clinic podcast for medical professionals exploring the latest research discoveries and clinical advances in the fields of neurology and neurosurgery. Learn how the landscape for treating conditions of the brain, spine and nervous system is changing from experts in Cleveland Clinic's Neurological Institute.
 
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James Leverenz, MD, discusses Cleveland Clinic’s postmortem brain autopsy program and how the program’s findings contribute to our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease mechanisms and influence clinical care.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Rob Wilson, DO, addresses the often challenging diagnosis and management of postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), as well as the mounting evidence that that number of individuals afflicted with POTS has grown, and continues to grow, with the arrival of SARS-CoV-2.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Clinicians and researchers are eager to investigate additional applications of focused ultrasound beyond current, approved use for tremor and tremor-dominant Parkinson's disease. In this episode we’re discussing current and novel uses of focused ultrasound for neurological disorders.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
A first-of-its-kind study from Cleveland Clinic showed that the presenting clinical phenotype of Alzheimer’s disease or Lewy body dementia — along with neuropathology and a patient’s age and sex — predicted the likelihood of subsequently developing specific behavioral and psychological symptoms. In this episode, Jagan Pillai, MD, PhD discusses thes…
 
Gabor Toth, MD, surveys the current landscape of stroke treatment and discusses new developments on the horizon. Receive CME credit for listening to this podcast by visiting clevelandclinic.org/neuropodcast and selecting this episode.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
William Bingaman, MD, discusses the current state of epilepsy surgery and its value in care of individuals who have failed anti-seizure medications. Receive CME credit for listening to this podcast by visiting clevelandclinic.org/neuropodcast and selecting this episode.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Andre Machado, MD, PhD and Imad Najm, MD, discuss a first-of-kind study aimed at identifying biomarkers and targets for preventing and curing neurodegenerative disorders and other neurologic diseases. Receive CME credit for listening to this podcast by visiting clevelandclinic.org/neuropodcast and selecting this episode.…
 
Jessica Vensel Rundo, MD, MS, discusses the screening criteria, ideal candidates and patient outcomes for hypoglossal nerve stimulation in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. Receive CME credit for listening to this podcast by visiting clevelandclinic.org/neuropodcast and selecting this episode.…
 
Megan Jack, MD, PhD, discusses the value of peripheral nerve neurosurgery within the nerve injury treatment landscape. Receive CME credit for listening to this podcast by visiting clevelandclinic.org/neuropodcast and selecting this episode.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Aaron Abrams, MD discusses the efforts that have led to, and continue to evolve, the understanding that earlier, higher efficacy treatments improve outcomes for patients with pediatric-onset demyelinating diseases.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Eighty-five percent of youths ages 12-17 do not receive adequate preparation for their transition from pediatric to adult care. In this episode we address the steps and tools needed to successfully transition care for pediatric patients with neurological disorders.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Multifaceted use of extracranial brain stimulation including, prognostication and prediction of functional recovery, promotion of motor recovery, and surgical mapping are explored with researcher Ela Plow, PhD, in this episode of Neuro Pathways.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Extensive collaboration on other skull-base tumors has evolved the surgical approach to orbital tumors for Drs. Pablo Recinos and Raj Sindwani. In this episode they discuss multi-handed, endonasal approaches in the narrow corridors of the orbit.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Although neurosarcoidosis is diagnosed in approximately 5% of patients with sarcoidosis, postmortem studies reveal that 10% of sarcoid cases have neurological manifestations. In this episode of Neuro Pathways Brandon Moss, MD, discusses the complexities in diagnosing and treating neurosarcoidosis.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Neurofibromatosis type 2 (NF2) is a rare genetic disorder that is characterized by certain types of tumors that form within the body and the brain. In this episode, Neha Patel, MD discusses the current landscape for managing NF2 patients, including challenges and what’s on the horizon for positive patient outcomes.…
 
Brain tumors have proven challenging to treat, largely due to the biological characteristics of the tumors, which often limit treatment progression. In the episode, Justin Lathia, PhD shares insights around the development of new treatment approaches for brain tumor and current research findings that give hope for enhanced survival.…
 
Autoimmune encephalitis and other autoimmune neurologic disorders are increasingly identified causes of unexplained dementia and other neurologic symptoms. In this episode, Amy Kunchok, MD shares insights around the rapidly advancing subspecialty of autoimmune neurology and research in the field.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Individuals who experience trauma at a young age have been shown to have a higher risk of developing alcoholism, depression and suicidality. In this episode, Tatiana Falcone, MD discusses long-term physical and behavioral health concerns, current treatment options and ways physicians can address neurological changes in patients who have experienced…
 
Child and adolescent health care providers are increasingly caring for patients who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or other (LGBTQ+), or who may be struggling with or questioning their sexual orientation or gender identity. In this episode, Jason Lambrese, MD discusses behavioral health concerns, clinical management and bar…
 
The occurrence of stroke in adults under 45 years of age is particularly problematic as these patients are often affected by physical disability, depression and loss of productivity. In this episode, Abbas Kharal, MD, MPH discusses the identification and management of vasculitis and how it plays a major role in the differential diagnosis of stroke …
 
A supportive physician-patient relationship provides an important foundation for end-of-life care, as it can increase patient satisfaction and quality of life. In this episode, Edward Benzel, MD discusses all aspects of end-of-life care including how to initiate the conversation with terminally ill patients and their family members.…
 
Dementia is a broad term which covers many conditions, including Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, frontotemporal dementia, and others. In this episode, Marwan Sabbagh, MD provides insights around diagnostic criteria for the most common dementias, as well as their differential features.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Spinal cord injury is a debilitating neurological condition that requires providers to address issues beyond the loss of motor and sensory function. In this episode, Gregory Nemunaitis, MD discusses the importance of early intervention, the role of stem cells and steroids for treatment options and the latest innovations in technology for patients w…
 
MR fingerprinting (MRF) has emerged as an alternate imaging method that can successfully address problems associated with conventional and advanced imaging modalities. In this episode, Dan Ontaneda, MD and Irene Wang, PhD discuss the specific advantages of MRF and its use in the diagnosis and monitoring of neurological disorders.…
 
Suicidal ideation and behavior have been associated with a variety of neurological illnesses. In this episode, Tatiana Falcone, MD discusses the importance of early screening, management and the use of therapeutics for suicidality in patients with neurological disorders.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most challenging conditions to manage due to the lack of disease-modifying treatment options. In this episode, Babak Tousi, MD discusses the developing therapies in Alzheimer’s disease management that may soon change the outlook for new and existing patients.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Mobile stroke treatment units bring acute stroke care to a patient’s doorstep, reducing time to treatment with tPA and endovascular therapy. In this episode Andrew Russman, DO shares insights learned on collaborating across municipalities and teams to improve clinical outcomes for stroke patients.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Mobile stroke treatment units bring acute stroke care to a patient’s doorstep, reducing time to treatment with tPA and endovascular therapy. In this episode Andrew Russman, DO shares insights learned on collaborating across municipalities and teams to improve clinical outcomes for stroke patients.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
Functional movement disorder, traditionally viewed as a psychological condition, used to be a diagnosis of exclusion. In this episode Xin Xin Yu, MD and Taylor Rush, PhD discuss diagnosing the disorder and unique challenges that physicians may face.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has fueled not only a surge in virtual outpatient visits, but also an increase in telemedicine for subspecialty neurological care. In this episode Zeshaun Khawaja, MD, shares the latest developments on how telemedicine is increasing access, improving patient care and reducing burnout.…
 
Roughly one in 10 Americans takes an antidepressant to aid in the debilitating symptoms of clinical depression, but for some medications don’t work. In this episode, Amit Anand, MD, discusses the evolving therapies for treatment-resistant depression, including ketamine and esketamine.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
 
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