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Vale Dr Dai

Vale Dr Dai

It is with deep sadness Professor Sharpe heard of the passing of her friend and colleague Dr. Mingjia Dai, who lost his battle with cancer and passed away peacefully on February 7, 2019. Ref: http://mdds.nyc/ Professor Margie Sharpe visited Dr Dai in New York City at Mount Sinai Hospital in 2016 and spent time with […]

Brain small-vessel disease linked to cognitive impairment

Brain small-vessel disease linked to cognitive impairment

Finger points at abnormal white matter Reuters Health Increasing MRI evidence of cerebral small-vessel disease is associated with worsening cognition in patients with hypertension, according to findings from a longitudinal study. Login to read more via: https://www.medicalobserver.com.au/specialist-update/brain-small-vessel-disease-linked-cognitive-impairment?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTXpZMk56SXpNbUU0TmpjNCIsInQiOiJWbUFhNkp1aFlPV1RVclNVa0V0bkJVZkVyTkVodm9Lb1wvenFkcmJZdDBhWmYyc3pwUnZsM3FTZExYRnBxenYyb0xPUmF6VTI4K0ZxdXY4ZWxZc1BUeEZxWkxoOWdycFE1dldIOUJpNzAzMHg1TWswMXpKek9ZQUJ1RjBMMVZpZkEifQ%3D%3D

Central Lesions With Selective Semicircular Canal Involvement Mimicking Bilateral Vestibulopathy

Central Lesions With Selective Semicircular Canal Involvement Mimicking Bilateral Vestibulopathy

Professor Sharpe shares this paper with you about Bilateral vestibulopathy to raise awareness that there are more causes of vertigo than Benign PPV . She says, “the paper clearly shows the complexities and the need for a multi-disciplinary team approach and encourages all physiotherapists, in particular musculoskeletal physios, that best practice would be to discuss […]