Neurology

The Clinical Picture

Dabigatran-induced esophagitis

The tablets contain tartaric acid, and if they get stuck in the esophagus, the acid leaching out can damage the mucosa.

Smart Testing

Is neuroimaging necessary to evaluate syncope?

If the diagnosis is unclear after the history and examination, then electroencephalography during tilt-table testing can help.

From the Editor

Small fibers, large impact

The wide interest in small fiber neuropathy may reflect our current apparent epidemic of chronic pain.

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