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Sural Neuropathy: Etiologies and Predisposing Factors by David Stickler, MD and Wayne Massey, MD

    2/16/2007
An Interview with David Stickler, MD and Wayne Massey, MD authors of Sural neuropathy: etiologies and predisposing factors Muscle and Nerve 2006;34:482-484 Stickler ED, Morley KN, Massey EW Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Vern Juel, MD

Is Exercise Necessary with Repetitive Nerve Stimulation in Evaluating Patients with Suspected Myasthenia Gravis by Devon Rubin, MD

    1/31/2007
An Interview with Devon Rubin, MD, author of Is exercise necessary with repetitive nerve stimulation in evaluating patients with suspected myasthenia gravis. Muscle Nerve 2007;35:103-106. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Robert Pascuzzi, MD

Myelin Protein Zero Mutation His39Pro by Christopher J. Klein, MD

    1/9/2007
An Interview with Christopher J. Klein, MD, author of Myelin protein zero mutation His39Pro: hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy with variable onset hearing loss, restless legs and multiple sclerosis. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 2006;77;963-966 Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Erik Ensrud, MD

Interferon-Alpha Beta-Mediated Innate Immune Mechanisms in Dermatomyositis by Steven A. Greenberg, MD

    12/13/2006
An Interview with Steven A. Greenberg, MD, author of Interferon-Alpha Beta –Mediated Innate Immune Mechanisms in Dermatomyositis an article appearing in American Neurological Association 664-678 2005 Published by Wiley-Liss, Inc., through Wiley Subscription Services. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Erik Ensrud, MD

Electrophysiological Findings in a Cohort of Old Polio Survivors by Eric J. Sorenson, MD

    12/4/2006
An Interview with Eric J. Sorenson, MD, author of Electrophysiological findings in a cohort of old polio survivors, an article appearing in Journal of the Peripheral Nervous System 2006;11:241-246. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD, Ernest Johnson, MD, and Laurie Gutmann, MD

Clinical Value of Motor Nerve Conduction Velocity Determination by Ernest W. Johnson, MD

    11/16/2006
An Interview with Ernest W. Johnson, MD, author of "Clinical Value of Motor Nerve Conduction Velocity Determination," an article appearing in JAMA 1960;172:2030-2035. Interviewed by Lawrence H. Phillips, II, MD and Gary Goldberg, MD. The participants in this Podcast had nothing to disclose.

Diabetic and Nondiabetic Lumbosacral Radiculoplexus Neuropathies by P. James B. Dyck, MD

    11/2/2006
An Interview with P. James B. Dyck, MD author of "Diabetic and Nondiabetic Lumbosacral Radiculoplexus Neuropathies: New Insights into Pathophysiology and Treatment." an article appearing in Muscle & Nerve. 2002 Apr;25(4):477-91. Interviewed by Michelle Mauermann, MD and Jeremy Lanford, MD. The participants in this Podcast had nothing to disclose.

Rehabilitation Management of Peripheral Neuropathy by Greg Carter, MD, MS

    10/20/2006
An Interview with Greg Carter, MD, MS, author of "Rehabilitation Management of Peripheral Neuropathy" an article appearing in Seminars in Neurology 2005 Volume 25 No 2, 229-237 Interviewed by Erik Ensrud, MD and David Hubbell, MD. The participants in this Podcast had nothing to disclose.

The Natural History of Primary Lateral Sclerosis by Paul Gordon, MD

    9/28/2006
An Interview with Paul Gordon, MD, an author of "The Natural History of Primary Lateral Sclerosis" an article appearing in Neurology 2006;66;647-653. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Devon Rubin, MD. The participants in this Podcast had nothing to disclose.

Facioscapulahumeral Muscular Dystrophy by Rabi Tawil, MD

    9/14/2006
An Interview with Rabi Tawil, MD author of "Facioscapulahumeral Muscular Dystrophy" an article appearing in the July 2006 issue of Muscle & Nerve. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Vern Juel, MD. The participants in this Podcast had nothing to disclose.

Axillary Pain as a Heralding Sign of Neoplasm Involving the Upper Thoracic Root by Devon Rubin, MD

    9/7/2006
An Interview with Devon Rubin, MD author of "Axillary Pain as a Heralding Sign of Neoplasm Involving the Upper Thoracic Root" an article appearing in Neurology 2006;66:1760-1762. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Erik Ensrud, MD. The participants in this Podcast had nothing to disclose.

Mutations in SEPT9 Cause Heredic Neuralgic Amyotrophy by Phillip Chance, MD and Mark Hannibal, MD

    8/31/2006
An Interview with Phillip Chance, MD and Mark Hannibal, MD authors of "Mutations in SEPT9 Cause Heredic Neuralgic Amyotrophy" an article appearing in Volume 30, Number 10, October 2005, Nature Genetics. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Devon Rubin, MD. The participants in this Podcast had nothing to disclose.
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