Emery Brown discusses how general anesthesia can be used to understand and develop new treatments for neurological conditions, and looks ahead at the future of the field.
NIH researchers look to a zebrafish model to improve our understanding of the blood–brain barrier’s neuroprotective cells.
Researchers discover that an elevated volume of subarachnoid cerebrospinal fluid could be associated with a higher risk of developing autism.
In a new study, researchers have investigated neural circuits in rats to understand fearful memory retrieval, finding that place cell firing patterns are involved in avoidance behaviors.
Researchers have identified a dysfunctional cell receptor in the immune system that could be part of the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome.
A new mechanism that controls nerve cell communication has been identified, which could be a major advance in understanding neurodegenerative disorders.
Diagnosis of cSAH is challenging given its subtle findings, and management is empiric as there are only a few case series in literature – in this case report, Mao, Addess and Valsamis report a case of cortical subarachnoid hemorrhage (cSAH) and discuss its management
Study investigates the connectivity of neurons from three areas of the brain that are closely associated with schizophrenia.
Researchers have used a novel imaging technique to demonstrate that premature infants, who have a higher frequency of neurodevelopmental disorders, may display brain impairments in utero.