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In this podcast, Penn Medicine's Dr. Amit Bar-Or, discusses the latest research furthering our understanding and treatment of multiple sclerosis.
Penn Medicine Professor of Neurology, Joseph R. Berger, M.D. discusses the Neurological Implications of COVID-19.
On Thursday, April 23rd, C. William Hanson, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer and Mary Elizabeth Deleener, MBA, BSN, RN, Director of Network Telemedicine at Penn Medicine presented Best Practices for Telemedicine: The Provider and Patient Experience.
In this interview, Drs. Amrit Khalsa and Neil Malhotra review types of minimally invasive and traditional spine surgeries offered at the Penn Spine Center, identify when to refer your patient, and discuss they decide which types of procedures ...
Dr. Omar Choudri, MD, Co-Director of Cerebrovascular & Endovascular Neurosurgery at Penn Medicine, offers and update on the management of patients diagnosed with brain aneurysms and insight on treatment of aneurysmal disease.
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While the number of new COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to decline in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the pandemic is intensifying in some southern and western states.
Amit Bar-Or, MD, and Joseph Berger, MD, multiple sclerosis physicians in Penn Medicine’s Department of Neurology, offer a systematic review of disease modifying therapies in MS to assess patient’s risk of magnifying COVID-19 infection, ...
The wealth of information that’s become available over the last 10 to 20 years coupled with the rapid evolution of the technology that can analyze it has dramatically transformed neurogenetics.
For the approximately 1 million Americans with drug-resistant epilepsy, the availability of new surgical techniques and implantable devices hasn’t improved freedom from seizure after surgery. It’s not for lack of devices, says Brian Litt, ...
Penn Medicine has one of the oldest neuromuscular programs in the nation, and has pioneered many leading-edge diagnostic techniques and treatments available today.
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