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Brain & Nervous System
Jefferson Hospital uses translational, interactive 3-D technology to map the human brain and help guide neurological surgeons during surgery.
In effort to find a better therapy for people with epilepsy, Massachusetts General Hospital is participating in the RNS System Pivotal Clinical Investigation.
Study shows link between gut protein and brain's natural marijuana-like compounds - potential for epilepsy treatment.
Coiling, a minimally invasive procedure to treat aneurysms in the brain, is successful in preventing recurrent or first-time bleeding years.
A research describes the brain region connected to how our declarative memory functions.
Iowans who suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) have a better chance of survival thanks to a statewide trauma system that was implemented in 2001.
A new brain imaging study reveals why verbalizing our feelings makes our sadness, anger and pain less intense.
A major obstacle in the treatment of infections and other diseases of the brain is the blood-brain barrier, which prevents systemically delivered therapeutic drugs from reaching the brain.
Taken together, functional brain scans and tests of reading skills strongly predict which children will have ongoing reading problems.
Tiny array placed in auditory nerve may one day offer superior alternative to cochlear implants.
Epilepsy surgery can eliminate seizures for 60 to 85 percent of people with temporal lobe epilepsy who do not respond well to medications.
Researchers to determine which of the two medications is the safest, most effective treatment for children with status epilepticus.
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh will lead a $11.5 million National Institutes of Health-funded clinical trial examining the effectiveness of induced hypothermia as a therapy for brain swelling in children who have suffered traumatic brain injuries.
New technology helps surgeons treat the delicate blood vessels in the brain faster and with less risk.
The NIH Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study of Normal Brain Development is tracking brain and behavioral development in about 500 healthy American children, from birth to age 18.
World-leading scientific and medical publisher Elsevier announced plans to commence publication of the first international, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the emerging science of brain stimulation.
A drug that targets the body's immune cells may be effective in treating malignant brain tumors.
Exposure to trauma may create enough changes in the brain to sensitize people to overreact to an innocuous facial gesture years later, even in people who don't have a stress-related disorder.
Veterans of the first Gulf War who returned with multiple health symptom complaints show significant differences in brain structures from their fellow returnees without high numbers of health symptoms.