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  • Bing-Neel syndrome mimicking a meningioma.  95:838-839. 2020
  • Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis Severity Score in a large US cohort.  95:e1844-e1853. 2020
  • Cardiovascular risk factors and accelerated cognitive decline in midlife: The CARDIA Study.  95:e839-e846. 2020
  • Minimal manifestation status and prednisone withdrawal in the MGTX trial.  95:e755-e766. 2020
  • The CREST-2 experience with the evolving challenges of COVID-19: A clinical trial in a pandemic.  95:29-36. 2020
  • Revised Self-Monitoring Scale: A potential endpoint for frontotemporal dementia clinical trials.  94:e2384-e2395. 2020
  • Author response: Dietary patterns during adulthood and cognitive performance in midlife: The CARDIA study.  94:636. 2020
  • APOE ε4, white matter hyperintensities, and cognition in Alzheimer and Lewy body dementia..  93:e1807-e1819. 2019
  • Risk of natalizumab-associated PML in patients with MS is reduced with extended interval dosing.  93:e1452-e1462. 2019
  • Inflammatory cytokines and ischemic stroke risk: The REGARDS cohort.  92:E2375-E2384. 2019
  • How should we normalize regional volume abnormalities in childhood neurodegenerative disorders?.  92:779-780. 2019
  • Outcomes after carotid endarterectomy among elderly dual Medicare-Medicaid-eligible patients.  91:E1553-E1558. 2018
  • Cutaneous neurofibromas: Current clinical and pathologic issues.  91:S5-S13. 2018
  • Cognitive trajectories over 4 years among HIV-infected women with optimal viral suppression.  89:1594-1603. 2017
  • Cognitive trajectories over 4 years among HIV-infected women with optimal viral suppression.  89:1594-1603. 2017
  • Child Neurology: Childhood basilar artery occlusion and stroke.  89:e68-e70. 2017
  • Author response: Practice guideline summary: Use of fMRI in the presurgical evaluation of patients with epilepsy: Report of the Guideline Development, Dissemination, and Implementation Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology.  89:640-641. 2017
  • Body mass index and outcome after revascularization for symptomatic carotid artery stenosis.  88:2052-2060. 2017
  • Child Neurology: LAMA2 muscular dystrophy without contractures.  88:e199-e203. 2017
  • Effect of a long-term intensive lifestyle intervention on prevalence of cognitive impairment.  88:2026-2035. 2017
  • Randomized placebo-controlled study of lovastatin in children with neurofibromatosis type 1.  87:2575-2584. 2016
  • Effect of aphasia on acute stroke outcomes.  87:2348-2354. 2016
  • Neighborhood socioeconomic index and stroke incidence in a national cohort of blacks and whites.  87:2340-2347. 2016
  • Pearls and Oy-sters: The chapeau de gendarme sign and other localizing gems in frontal lobe epilepsy.  87:e103-e105. 2016
  • Twelve-month recovery of medical decision-making capacity following traumatic brain injury.  87:1052-1059. 2016
  • Pediatric multiple sclerosis Clinical features and outcome.  87:S74-S81. 2016
  • Symptom profiles of autism spectrum disorder in tuberous sclerosis complex.  87:766-772. 2016
  • Health insurance affects the use of disease-modifying therapy in multiple sclerosis.  87:365-374. 2016
  • Lower physical activity is associated with higher disease burden in pediatric multiple sclerosis.  85:1663-1669. 2015
  • Differences in Alzheimer disease clinical trial outcomes based on age of the participants.  84:1121-1127. 2015
  • JCV GCN in a natalizumab-treated MS patient is associated with mutations of the VP1 capsid gene..  83:727-732. 2014
  • Assessing decisional capacity in patients with brain tumors.  83:482-483. 2014
  • Paroxysmal hypnogenic dyskinesia.  82:1935. 2014
  • Feasibility of Huntington disease trials in the disease prodrome.  82:824-825. 2014
  • Clinically meaningful performance benchmarks in MS:Timed 25-Foot Walk and the real world.  81:1856-1863. 2013
  • Pearls and Oy-sters: Acute ischemic stroke caused by atypical thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura.  80. 2013
  • Adherence to a Mediterranean diet and risk of incident cognitive impairment.  80:1684-1692. 2013
  • Effect of duration and age at exposure to the Stroke Belt on incident stroke in adulthood.  80:1655-1661. 2013
  • Recommendations for imaging tumor response in neurofibromatosis clinical trials..  81. 2013
  • Prevalence and significance of stroke symptoms among patients receiving maintenance dialysis.  79:981-987. 2012
  • Novel late-onset Alzheimer disease loci variants associate with brain gene expression..  79:221-228. 2012
  • Treatment consent capacity in patients with traumatic brain injury across a range of injury severity.  78:1472-1478. 2012
  • Cognitive performance of GBA mutation carriers with early-onset PD The CORE-PD study.  78:1434-1440. 2012
  • CAG repeat expansion in Huntington disease determines age at onset in a fully dominant fashion.  78:690-695. 2012
  • Normal pressure hydrocephalus: Measure twice, shunt once.  78:225-226. 2012
  • Reply from the authors.  77. 2011
  • Common viruses associated with lower pediatric multiple sclerosis risk.  76:1989-1995. 2011
  • A case of neurosarcoidosis successfully treated with rituximab.  75:568-570. 2010
  • 25-Hydroxyvitamin D levels and cognitive performance and decline in elderly men.  74:33-41. 2010
  • Vascular comorbidity is associated with more rapid disability progression in multiple sclerosis.  74:1041-1047. 2010
  • Younger children with MS have a distinct CSF inflammatory profile at disease onset.  74:399-405. 2010
  • Subthalamic nucleus and its connections: Anatomic substrate for the network effects of deep brain stimulation.  72:1110. 2009
  • Depression in Pediatric MS Patients Correlates with Increased Disease Severity and Selective Neuropsychological Deficits.  72:A371-A372. 2009
  • Personality and lifestyle in relation to dementia incidence.  72:253-259. 2009
  • A cross-sectional study of bone health in multiple sclerosis.  73:1394-1398. 2009
  • Declining financial capacity in mild cognitive impairment: A 1-year longitudinal study.  73:928-934. 2009
  • Declining financial capacity in patients with MCI: A one-year longitudinal study.  73:928-934. 2009
  • Editorial: Relapses in multiple sclerosis: Important or not?.  73:1612-1613. 2009
  • Retinal nerve fiber layer is associated with brain atrophy in multiple sclerosis: Reply.  71:1747-1748. 2008
  • CNS aquaporin-4 autoimmunity in children.  71:93-100. 2008
  • Haplotypes and gene expression implicate the MAPT region for Parkinson disease: The GenePD Study.  71:28-34. 2008
  • Medical decision-making capacity in patients with mild cognitive impairment.  69:1528-1535. 2007
  • Attentional distractibility by optokinetic stimulation in Alzheimer disease.  69:1105-1112. 2007
  • Dissociation of neglect subtypes with transcranial magnetic stimulation.  69:1122-1127. 2007
  • Erratum: Randomized, blind, controlled trial of transdermal rotigotine in early Parkinson disease (Neurology (2007) 68, (272-276)).  69:617. 2007
  • NF1 plexiform neurofibroma growth rate by volumetric MRI: Relationship to age and body weight.  68:643-647. 2007
  • A randomized, double-blind, futility clinical trial of creatine and minocycline in early Parkinson disease.  66:664-671. 2006
  • Deafferentation- Disconnection neglect induced by posterior cerebral artery infarction.  66:56-61. 2006
  • Perception of motor strength and stimulus magnitude are correlated in stroke patients.  66:1444-1446. 2006
  • Changes in the ascertainment of multiple sclerosis.  65:1066-1070. 2005
  • MRI as a marker for disease heterogeneity in multiple sclerosis.  65:1071-1076. 2005
  • Headache, cerebrovascular symptoms, and stroke: The atherosclerosis risk in communities study.  64:1573-1577. 2005
  • Unawareness of cognitive deficit (cognitive anosognosia) in probable AD and control subjects.  64:693-699. 2005
  • Disorganized search on cancellation is not a consequence of neglect.  63:78-84. 2004
  • Emotional prosody in primary progressive aphasia.  63:192-193. 2004
  • On-line anosognosia: Unawareness for chorea in real time but not on videotape delay.  63:159-160. 2004
  • Frequency of epilepsy in patients with psychogenic seizures monitored by video-EEG.  61:1791-1792. 2003
  • Teddy bears: An observational finding in patients with non-epileptic events.  61:714-715. 2003
  • Neurotoxicity following addition of intravenous valproate to lamotrigine therapy.  60:1991-1992. 2003
  • Ecological implications of ideomotor apraxia: Evidence from physical activities of daily living.  60:487-490. 2003
  • Impaired financial abilities in mild cognitive impairment: A direct assessment approach.  60:449-457. 2003
  • Tic reduction in Tourette Syndrome: improvement with pergolide in a randomized controlled trial in children.  60:606-611. 2003
  • Is the middle between both halves? Midpoint location and segment size estimation in neglect.  59:1580-1584. 2002
  • Influence of final search direction on tactile line bisection in normal subjects.  58:1833-1838. 2002
  • Epidemiologic study of 203 sibling pairs with Parkinson's disease: The GenePD study.  58:79-84. 2002
  • Bilateral hippocampal atrophy: Consequences to verbal memory following temporal lobectomy.  57:597-604. 2001
  • Chromosome 22q and the mind-brain interface: Bedside to bench to bedside.  57:377-378. 2001
  • Seeing trees but not the forest: Limited perception of large configurations in PD.  56:724-729. 2001
  • Four-year incidence of psychogenic nonepileptic seizures in adults in Hamilton County, OH.  55:1561-1563. 2000
  • Visual attention impairments in Alzheimer's disease.  54:1954-1959. 2000
  • Cognitive effects of topiramate, gabapentin, and lamotrigine in healthy young adults [2] (multiple letters).  54:270-272. 2000
  • Hemispheric asymmetries of limb-kinetic apraxia: A loss of deftness.  55:523-526. 2000
  • Proprioception more impaired distally than proximally in subjects with hemispheric dysfunction.  55:596-597. 2000
  • Pure topographic disorientation: A distinctive syndrome with varied localization.  54:575-578. 2000
  • Cerebral lateralization: Relationship of language and ideomotor praxis.  53:2028-2031. 1999
  • Cognitive correlates of 1H MRSI-detected hippocampal abnormalities in temporal lobe epilepsy.  53:2052-2058. 1999
  • Error behaviors associated with loss of competency in Alzheimer's disease.  53:1983-1992. 1999
  • Ipsilesional intentional neglect and the effect of cueing.  53:2017-2022. 1999
  • Visual dysfunction in patients receiving vigabatrin: Clinical and electrophysiologic findings.  53:2082-2087. 1999
  • Eliminating institutional child abuse: A road too well traveled.  53:1617-1621. 1999
  • Juvenile Parkinson's disease with REM sleep behavior disorder, sleepiness, and daytime REM onset.  53:1868-1870. 1999
  • Subjective versus objective memory change after temporal lobe epilepsy surgery.  53:1511-1517. 1999
  • Evidence for the GluR6 gene associated with younger onset age of Huntington's disease.  53:1330-1332. 1999
  • Quantitative MRI in temporal lobe epilepsy: Evidence for fornix atrophy.  53:496-501. 1999
  • Facilitory paratonia and frontal lobe functioning [3] (multiple letters).  53:241. 1999
  • 1H NMR spectroscopy studies of Huntington's disease. Correlations with CAG repeat numbers.  50:1357-1365. 1998
  • A cross-reactive anti-myelin basic protein idiotope in cerebrospinal fluid cells in multiple sclerosis.  50:411-417. 1998
  • Age-related changes in the level of urinary myelin basic protein-like material during childhood.  51:1339-1341. 1998
  • Central poststroke pain and Wallenberg's lateral medullary infarction.  50:1521. 1998
  • Central poststroke pain associated with lateral medullary infarction.  50:837. 1998
  • Could pure alexia be due to a disconnection syndrome?.  50:835. 1998
  • Dissociation of gesture and object recognition.  50:1186-1188. 1998
  • Facilitory paratonia and frontal lobe functioning.  51:968-971. 1998
  • Ipsilateral neglect during intracarotid amobarbital test.  51:276-279. 1998
  • Lesion laterality, neglect, and anosognosia [4] (multiple letters).  51:920-921. 1998
  • Neglect after right hemisphere stroke: A smaller floodlight for distributed attention.  51:972-978. 1998
  • Progressive ventral posterior cortical degeneration presenting as alexia for music and words.  50:657-659. 1998
  • Topiramate increases brain GABA in healthy adults.  51:627-629. 1998
  • Topiramate increases cerebral GABA in healthy humans.  51:627-629. 1998
  • Touching and timing consciousness.  51:666-668. 1998
  • Clearing up misunderstandings about clinical trial methodology: a reply to Barnett et al.'s commentary on the ACAS Trial. ACAS Executive Committee, ACAS Data and Safety Monitoring Committee..  48:1743-1745. 1997
  • Differential diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease.  48. 1997
  • Central poststroke pain and Wallenberg's lateral medullary infarction: Frequency, character, and determinants in 63 patients.  49:120-125. 1997
  • Chromosome 17 and hereditary dementia: Linkage studies in three non- Alzheimer families and kindreds with late-onset FAD.  48:949-954. 1997
  • Conceptual apraxia from lateralized lesions.  49:457-464. 1997
  • Congenital porencephaly and hippocampal sclerosis: Clinical features and epileptic spectrum.  49:1382-1388. 1997
  • Corticobasal degeneration: Neuropathologic and clinical heterogeneity.  48:959-969. 1997
  • Epilepsy surgery outcome: Comprehensive assessment in children.  48:1368-1374. 1997
  • Evidence for association of HLA-A2 allele with onset age of Alzheimer's disease.  49:512-518. 1997
  • Hemianopic anosognosia.  49:88-97. 1997
  • Krabbe continuum or clinical conundrum?.  49:1203-1204. 1997
  • Oral phenylalanine loading in dopa-responsive dystonia: A possible diagnostic test.  48:1290-1297. 1997
  • Search patterns using the line bisection test for neglect.  49:936-940. 1997
  • Selective deficit of praxis imagery in ideomotor apraxia.  49:474-480. 1997
  • Spatial bias: Attentional and intentional influence in normal subjects.  48:234-242. 1997
  • The role of dopamine agonists in early Parkinson's disease.  49. 1997
  • Validation of the ACAS TIA/stroke algorithm.  48:346-351. 1997
  • Clozapine is beneficial for psychosis in parkinson's disease.  41:1699-1700. 1991
  • Electrophysiologic analysis of early Parkinson’s disease.  41:44-48. 1991
  • Gaze–dependent hemianopia without hemispatial neglect.  41:1244-1250. 1991
  • HLA-A2, or a closely linked gene, confers susceptibility to early-onset sporadic alzheimer’s disease in mene.  41:1544-1548. 1991
  • Ipsilateral neglect in a patient following a unilateral frontal lesion.  41:2001-2004. 1991
  • Morphometric analysis of the prefrontal cortex in huntington’s disease.  41:1117-1123. 1991
  • Sagittal sinus thrombosis and leptomeningeal medulloblastoma.  41:455-456. 1991
  • United parkinson foundation neurotransplantation registry on adrenal medullary transplants: Presurgical, and 1– and 2–year follow–up.  41:1719-1722. 1991
  • Progressive aphasia: A precursor of global dementia? 1990
  • Changes in survival after transient ischemic attacks: Observations comparing the 1970s and 1980s.  39:982-985. 1989
  • Criteria for termination of phase II chemotherapy for patients with progressive or recurrent brain tumor.  39:62-66. 1989
  • Ocular stroke and carotid artery dissection.  39:1462-1464. 1989
  • Phenotypic variation in 2 huntington’s disease families with linkage to chromosome 4.  39:1332-1336. 1989
  • Reply from the authors: Hemispatial neglect.  39:458. 1989
  • Reply from the authors: Hemispatial neglect.  39:1006. 1989
  • Seizures after primary intracerebral hemorrhage.  39:1089-1093. 1989
  • Cognitive evoked potentials and disorders of recent memory.  37:526-529. 1987
  • Dopamine agonist therapy for neglect in humans.  37:1765-1770. 1987
  • Perseveration in behavioral neurology 1987
  • Reduction in cerebral activation after right hemisphere stroke.  37:957-962. 1987
  • Remote memory and neglect syndrome.  37:522-526. 1987
  • Aneurysmal compression of the anterior visual pathways.  36:1035-1041. 1986
  • Krabbe disease: Specific MRI and CT findings.  36:111-115. 1986
  • Multimodal agnosia after unilateral left hemisphere lesion.  36:864-867. 1986
  • Normal tactile threshold in monkeys with neglect.  36:636-640. 1986
  • Comprehension of affective and nonaffective prosody.  34:917-921. 1984
  • Pure word deafness after bilateral primary auditory cortex infarcts.  34:347-352. 1984
  • The effect of corpus callosum lesions on unilateral neglect in monkeys.  34:812-815. 1984
  • Affect in subcortical aphasia.  32:102-103. 1982
  • Nonsensory neglect from parietotemporal lesions in monkeys.  32:1198-1201. 1982
  • Two forms of ideomotor apraxia.  32:342-446. 1982
  • Dorsal midbrain syndrome in multiple sclerosis.  31:196-198. 1981
  • Speech arrest in partial seizures: Evidence of an associated language disorder.  31:1016-1018. 1981
  • Unilateral hypokinesia and motor extinction.  31:445-448. 1981
  • Korsakoff’s syndrome resulting from bilateral fornix lesions.  27:490-493. 1977
  • Metrizamide encephalography: The use of a new, CSF soluble contrast agent.  27:388. 1977
  • A case of a transient global amnesia due to a pitutary tumor.  24:998-1000. 1974
  • Neglect after mesencephalic reticular formation lesions.  24:294-298. 1974
  • Subarachnoid hemorrhage caused by rupture of a small superficial artery.  24:319-321. 1974
  • Frontal lobe neglect in man.  22:660-664. 1972
  • Neoplasms of the central nervous system: Epidemiologic considerations.  22:40-48. 1972
  • Haloperidol treatment of chorea associated with systemic ludusi ervthematosus.  21:963-965. 1971
  • Neoplasms of the central nervous system: epidemiologic considerations..  20:398-399. 1970
  • A clinical genetic study of parkinson’s disease: Evidence for dominant transmission.  44:499-506.
  • A clinical rating scale for Batten disease: Reliable and relevant for clinical trials.  65:275-279.
  • A comment on the “comprehension of affective and nonaffective prosody”.  35:1085.
  • A comprehensive analysis of deletions, multiplications, and copy number variations in PARK2.  75:1189-1194.
  • A haplotype at the PARK3 locus influences onset age for Parkinson's disease: The GenePD study.  61:1557-1561.
  • A new way to estimate neurologic disease prevalence in the United States: Illustrated with MS.  92:469-480.
  • A note of caution on correlation between sibling pairs [6] (multiple letters).  60:1561.
  • A novel PRNP-P105S mutation associated with atypical prion disease and a rare PrPSc conformation..  71:1431-1438.
  • A randomized clinical trial of coenzyme Q10 and GPI-1485 in early Parkinson disease.  68:20-28.
  • A randomized trial of 3,4-diaminopyridine in Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome.  54:603-607.
  • A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of coenzyme Q10 in Huntington disease.  88:152-159.
  • A survey of risk tolerance to multiple sclerosis therapies.  92:E1634-E1642.
  • A syndrome of autosomal dominant alternating hemiplegia: Clinical presentation mimicking intractable epilepsy; chromosomal studies; and physiologic investigations.  42:2251-2257.
  • A test of the mechanisms of sensory extinction to simultaneous stimulation.  70:1644-1645.
  • ABO blood type, factor VIII, and incident cognitive impairment in the REGARDS cohort.  83:1271-1276.
  • Aberrant auditory processing and atypical planum temporale in developmental stuttering.  63:1640-1646.
  • Acquired stuttering from a right hemisphere lesion in a right-hander.  35:1343-1346.
  • Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis.  68.
  • Adenosine A2A receptor modulation of motor systems for symptomatic therapy in Parkinson's disease..  61:S30-S31.
  • Altitudinal neglect.  38:277-281.
  • An algorithm (decision tree) for the management of Parkinson's disease (2001): Treatment guidelines.  56.
  • An audiometric defect in temporal lobe dysfunction.  23:384-386.
  • Anomalous anatomy of speech-language areas in adults with persistent developmental stuttering.  57:207-215.
  • Anosognosia during intracarotid barbiturate anesthesia: Unawareness or amnesia for weakness.  45:241-243.
  • Anosognosia during wada testing.  42:925-927.
  • Anosognosia for hemiplegia: An electrophysiologic investigation of the feed–forward hypothesis.  44:1804-1808.
  • Apolipoprotein E ∈4 association with dementia in a population-based study: The Framingham Study.  46:673-677.
  • Apomorphine-induced turning after recovery from neglect induced by cortical lesions.  30.
  • Apraxia during wada testing.  45:1379-1383.
  • Arm levitation in progressive supranuclear palsy..  54:774.
  • Assessment of cortical and striatal involvement in 523 Huntington disease brains.  79:1708-1715.
  • Association of higher diastolic blood pressure levels with cognitive impairment.  73:589-595.
  • Atomoxetine treatment in children and adolescents with ADHD and comorbid tic disorders.  65:1941-1949.
  • Attention and anosognosia: The case of a jargonaphasic patient with unawareness of language deficit.  45:376-378.
  • Attention deficit disorder in children: A neglect syndrome?.  38:806-808.
  • Attentional bias induced by viewing actual or illusory movements.  62:1333-1337.
  • Atypical cerebral laterality in adults with persistent developmental stuttering.  61:1378-1385.
  • Author response.  85:742-743.
  • Author response: High hypothetical interest in physician-assisted death in multiple sclerosis.  89:1429-1430.
  • BDNF genetic variants are associated with onset age of familial Parkinson disease: GenePD Study.  65:1823-1825.
  • Behavioral therapy to treat urinary incontinence in Parkinson disease.  76:1631-1634.
  • Benefit of interferon β-1a on MSFC progression in secondary progressive MS.  59:679-687.
  • Blood harmane concentrations and dietary protein consumption in essential tremor.  65:391-396.
  • Bodily neglect and orientational biases in unilateral neglect syndrome and normal subjects.  40:640-643.
  • Carotid stenosis: To revascularize, or not to revascularize: That is the question.  78:294.
  • Cerebral hemodynamics and cognitive decline: Swimming against the current.  80:2086-2087.
  • Cerebral hemodynamics and cognitive impairment: Baseline data from the RECON trial.  78:250-255.
  • Chiari headaches.  43:1272.
  • Child Neurology: Arterial ischemic stroke in a 12-year-old patient with cardiac myxomas.  94:e1103-e1106.
  • Chronic thalamic stimulation for treatment of dystonic paroxysmal nonkinesigenic dyskinesia.  56:268-270.
  • Clinical Reasoning: Seizures from the neglected lobe.  86:e97-e100.
  • Clinical and genetic heterogeneity in benign hereditary chorea.  59:579-584.
  • Clinical and laboratory features of primary progressive and secondary progressive MS.  53:765-771.
  • Clinical and neuropathologic assessment of severity in huntington’s disease.  38:341-347.
  • Clinical features of children and adolescents with multiple sclerosis.  68.
  • Clinical features of neuromyelitis optica in children: US Network of Pediatric MS Centers report.  86:245-252.
  • Clinical response to Bevacizumab in schwannomatosis.  83:1986-1987.
  • Clinical severity and quality of life in children and adolescents with Rett syndrome.  77:1812-1818.
  • Clinicopathologic variability of the GRN A9D mutation, including amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  80:1771-1777.
  • Cognitive consequences of coexisting temporal lobe developmental malformations and hippocampal sclerosis.  53:709-715.
  • Cognitive effects of topiramate, gabapentin, and lamotrigine in healthy young adults.  52:321-327.
  • Comorbidity delays diagnosis and increases disability at diagnosis in MS.  72:117-124.
  • Comorbidity is associated with disease activity in MS: Findings from the CombiRx trial.  95:e446-e456.
  • Competency to consent to medical treatment in cognitively impaired patients with Parkinson's disease.  56:17-24.
  • Contrast letter acuity as a visual component for the Multiple Sclerosis Functional Composite.  61:1367-1373.
  • Cortical reorganization in malformations of cortical development: A magnetoencephalographic study.  63:1818-1824.
  • Current status and recommendations for biomarkers and biobanking in neurofibromatosis.  87:S40-S48.
  • DNA methylation slows effects of C9orf72 mutations.  84:1616-1617.
  • Decisional capacity in cognitively impaired patients with Parkinson disease.  81:780-781.
  • Defective motor learning in ideomotor apraxia.  25:1018-1020.
  • Defining research priorities in dystonia.  94:526-537.
  • Defining the clinical course of multiple sclerosis: The 2013 revisions.  83:278-286.
  • Depression associated with Parkinson's disease: Clinical features and treatment.  58.
  • Diet quality is associated with disability and symptom severity in multiple sclerosis.  90:E1-E11.
  • Dietary patterns during adulthood and cognitive performance in midlife: The CARDIA study.  92:E1589-E1599.
  • Differences in the role of black race and stroke risk factors for first vs recurrent stroke.  86:637-642.
  • Directional hypokinesia: Prolonged reaction times for leftward movements in patients with right hemisphere lesions and neglect.  35:855-859.
  • Disability in multiple sclerosis: A reference for patients and clinicians.  80:1018-1024.
  • Disease modification and biomarker development in Parkinson disease: Revision or reconstruction?.  94:481-494.
  • Disparities in the management of multiple sclerosis-related bladder symptoms.  68:1971-1978.
  • Disruption of automatic speech following a right basal ganglia lesion.  43:1768-1774.
  • Dissociation of anosognosia for hemiplegia and aphasia during left-hemisphere anesthesia.  45:65-67.
  • Does multiple sclerosis-associated disability differ between races?.  66:1235-1240.
  • Donepezil improved memory in multiple sclerosis in a randomized clinical trial [4] (multiple letters).  64:1823.
  • Dopamine transmission in DYT1 dystonia: A biochemical and autoradiographical study.  59:445-448.
  • Dopaminergic effects on simple and choice reaction time performance in Parkinson’s disease.  38:249-254.
  • Early progressive encephalopathy in boys and MECP2 mutations.  67:164-166.
  • Eclampsia, hippocampal sclerosis, and temporal lobe epilepsy: Accident or association?.  62:1352-1356.
  • Education Research: Multiple sclerosis and neuroimmunology fellowship training status in the United States.  94:495-500.
  • Effect of relapses on development of residual deficit in multiple sclerosis.  61:1528-1532.
  • Efficacy of rapid IV administration of valproic acid for status epilepticus.  64:353-355.
  • Eight-year follow-up study of brain atrophy in patients with MS.  59:1412-1420.
  • Elevated CSF free kappa light chains correlate with disability prognosis in multiple sclerosis..  67:1288-1290.
  • Elevated troponin levels are associated with higher mortality following intracerebral hemorrhage.  66:1330-1334.
  • Emerging Subspecialties in Neurology: Neurorehabilitation.  85:e50-e52.
  • Emotional conversations in Parkinson's disease.  56:159-165.
  • Emotional facial imagery, perception, and expression in parkinson's disease.  45:1696-1702.
  • Enlarged parietal foramina: Association with cerebral venous and cortical anomalies.  54:1175-1178.
  • Epilepsy and the natural history of Rett syndrome.  74:909-912.
  • Ethics of placebo-controlled clinical trials in multiple sclerosis: A reassessment.  70:1134-1140.
  • Evaluation of safety monitoring guidelines based on MRI lesion activity in multiple sclerosis.  77:2089-2096.
  • Evidence for a causal relationship between low Vitamin D, high BMI, and pediatric-onset MS.  88:1623-1629.
  • Extinction, working memory, and line bisection in spatial neglect.  57:147-149.
  • Extrapersonal neglect [2].  43:1859-1860.
  • Extrapyramidal involvement in Rett’s syndrome.  40:293-295.
  • Facilitory paratonia and frontal lobe functioning [5] (multiple letters).  52:1109.
  • Frontal lobe neglect in man. 1972..  50.
  • Frontal lobe neglect in monkeys.  45:1205-1210.
  • Frontal mysteries revealed.  68:1450-1453.
  • Frontotemporal dementia progresses to death faster than Alzheimer disease.  65:719-725.
  • Functional impairment in progressive supranuclear palsy.  80:380-384.
  • Futility studies: Spending a little to save a lot.  66:626-627.
  • Genetic anticipation in parkinson's disease.  45:135-138.
  • Genetic polymorphisms of the N-acetyltransferase genes and risk of Parkinson's disease.  60:1189-1191.
  • Genome-wide scan for Parkinson's disease: The GenePD study.  57:1124-1126.
  • Growth failure and outcome in Rett syndrome: Specific growth references.  79:1653-1661.
  • HLA-A2 homozygosity but not heterozygosity is associated with Alzheimer disease.  58:973-975.
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  • Impaired perception of facial identity and facial affect in huntington's disease.  45:1217-1218.
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  • Left hemiparalexia.  42:562-569.
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  • Motor perseverative behavior on a line cancellation task.  52:1569-1576.
  • Multifocal motor sensory demyelinating neuropathy: Inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy.  65:1639-1642.
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  • Sorivudine: A promising drug for the treatment of varicella-zoster virus infection.  45:S73-S75.
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  • Spatial cognition.  63:1994-1996.
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  • Training, competency, and credentialing standards for diagnostic cervicocerebral angiograpny, carotid stenting, and cerebrovascular intervention: A Joint Statement from the American Academy of Neurology, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the American Society of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology, and the Society of Interventional Radiology.  64:190-198.
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