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Stem cells in neurology, and enlarged perivascular spaces and intracerebral haemorrhage

Stem cells in neurology, and enlarged perivascular spaces and intracerebral haemorrhage

Where are we with stem cell treatments for stroke and Parkinson’s disease? At the Association of British Neurologists’ recent annual meeting in Glasgow, Neil Scolding, director of the Bristol Institute of Clinical Neurosciences, spoke to Keith Muir, Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology, Univeristy of Glasgow, and Roger Barker, John van Geest Centre for Brain Repair, University of Cambridge, about current research, and the expensive, unproven treatments already on the market.And using enlarged perivascular spaces to identify arteriopathy in intracerabral haemorrhage. Nick Ward, JNNP associate editor, asks David Werring, reader in neurology, UCL Institute of Neurology, what his MRI study reveals.See also:Enlarged perivascular spaces as a marker of underlying arteriopathy in intracerebral haemorrhage: a multicentre MRI cohort study http://bit.ly/12iZWieStriatal cell transplants for Huntington’s disease: where are we now? http://bit.ly/18InWwa

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