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Dr. Leslie Huszar

Neurologist

Dr. Leslie Huszar practices Neuropathology in Vero Beach, Florida. Dr. Huszar studies, evaluates, diagnoses, and treats conditions that affect the nervous system. Neuropathologists are trained to fully understand and treat such conditions as Alzheimers disease and Parkinsons disease.
Dr. Leslie Huszar
  • Vero Beach, Florida
  • Semmelweis University of Medicine
  • Accepting new patients

My child is getting convulsions past 2 nights. What should I do?

This day and age it is the standard of care that your child should see a child neurologist. As I read you are mentioning "convulsions" that indicates that your child had more than READ MORE
This day and age it is the standard of care that your child should see a child neurologist. As I read you are mentioning "convulsions" that indicates that your child had more than one convulsion. This can happen with fever but an EEG 9 electroencephalogram) a CT brain scan and a child neurology consult is medically necessary. While it can be a febrile seizure the child should be evaluated with complete family history and all the other risk factors for epilepsy and migraine.

I can hear weird sounds in my head and am also having a problem in remembering. What could be the reason?

You have not indicated your age. This could be due to a number of disorders and needs to be investigated by a neurologist and/or a psychiatrist. Hallucinations could be organic READ MORE
You have not indicated your age. This could be due to a number of disorders and needs to be investigated by a neurologist and/or a psychiatrist. Hallucinations could be organic or psychiatric.

Can a drop in sodium levels be responsible for confusion and hallucinations?

Answer is yes. This seems to be a case for GI and Internal medicine specialist

Could insomnia be a sign of a deeper mental problem?

What is your age? Did you see your GP? Did you complete an anxiety/depression scale to have a baseline evaluation and basic blood test?

Can multiple sclerosis ever be cured?

It is not curable, but is treatable. Multiple medications are available and the newer ones are more effective (and have more side effects).

Does a neurological disease always mean mental illness?

Hand tremor can be familial tremor or signs of Parkinson's disease. It is not a sign of "mental" illness. You need further evaluation.

I have ms 2nd ary progressive

Eye twitching is not necessarily MS related. Did you try Baclofen or tizanide? They may help.

How is MS treated for patients above 78 years of age?

Depends on his immune status. If he is not immune deficient his neurologist may treat him as anyone else.

Could symptoms like excessive sweating, blacking out and dyspnea be a sign of a neurological disorder?

I would recommend a complete cardiac evaluation with echocardiogram, stress test (regular) and chest CT. Do you have asthma? Symptoms appear cardiovascular and neurovascular. Once READ MORE
I would recommend a complete cardiac evaluation with echocardiogram, stress test (regular) and chest CT. Do you have asthma? Symptoms appear cardiovascular and neurovascular. Once you completed a cadiac eval, you should see a neurologist.

Can blackouts happen during your period?

Pain can cause syncope = fainting and also check your blood count for anemia.

Can MS be confirmed through an MRI scan?

MRI findings are necessary criteria for MS but they are not always diagnostic. A detailed neurological history and exam are much more important.

I am experiencing dizziness for the past week. Should I go for an MRI?

An MRI brain scan is a test that should only be ordered after a detailed neurological history and exam. You should not delay. Please see your doctor ASAP.

My speech has started to slur after a fall I had. Could it be a temporary issue?

Absolutely. Brain contusion, subdural bleed, etc., all should be considered in your differential diagnosis.

Sleep problems and Alzheimer's

Do not use over the counter sleep agents. They tend to make memory and confusion worse. Talk to your doctor if Seroquel may be appropriate for her at this stage of AD