Neurological symptoms from autoimmune syndromes; movement disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder; counting strokes
6 Jun, 12 | by BMJ Group
This month, editor Matthew Kiernan discusses new guidelines for recognising central nervous system neuronal surface antibody associated symptoms with Angela Vincent (emeritus professor of neuroimmunology at Oxford University).
Danielle Cath (psychiatrist at Altrecht Academic Anxiety Outpatients Clinics, Utrecht University) explains what her review of the relationship between obsessive compulsive disorder and movement disorders reveals.
And Charles Warlow (emeritus professor of medical neurology at the University of Edinburgh) looks back on his highly cited 1988 paper on incidence, outcome and type of stroke in Oxfordshire.
Central nervous system neuronal surface antibody associated syndromes: review and guidelines for recognition
Relationship between movement disorders and obsessive–compulsive disorder: beyond the obsessive–compulsive–tic phenotype. A systematic review
A prospective study of acute cerebrovascular disease in the community: the Oxfordshire Community Stroke Project, 1981–86