Alzheimer Europe supported a call made on 25 June by European health NGOs, asking the European Commission to restore operating grants in the EU4Health Programme in order to support core activities of European NGOs.
In this article the authors aimed to analyse the range and prevalence of neurological and psychiatric complications associated with paediatric SARS-CoV-2 infection in hospitalised children and adolescents.
This paper aims to evaluate the reported cases of COVID-19 positive patients, presented with Bell's palsy as the only major neurological manifestation from March 2020 to December 2020, and to investigate the association of SARS-CoV2 and Bell's palsy.
The objective of this study was to estimate the frequency of headache in patients with confirmed COVID-19 and characterize the phenotype of headache attributed to COVID-19, comparing patients depending on sex and the need for hospitalisation.
COVID-19 has been associated with various neurological and atypical HEENT (head/eyes/eyes/nose/throat) manifestations. In this systematic review and meta-analysis the authors sought to review the evidence for these manifestations.
This year has so far been a busy one for everyone involved in education at EAN, with plenty of exciting new projects joining the traditional fixtures in our education calendar. As Chair of the EAN Education Committee, it is my pleasure to give you a brief update on some of our recent activities and to remind you about our brand new programmes with deadlines still open.
Our research paper of the month is a pooled retrospective non-randomised cohort study, evaluating the functional and safety outcomes of direct to angiography (DTA) treatment paradigm vs repeated imagingin the different treatment windows and on-call hours vs regular hours in patients undergoing thrombectomy.
In this article the authors aimed to investigate the consequences of the first COVID-19 lockdown (mid-March - mid-April 2020) on motor and non-motor symptoms (NMS) in a cohort of French people with Parkinson's disease (PwP).