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E. Spironolactone. The correct answer is A. Acetazolamide. This question can be found in MKSAP 17 in the Neurology section, item 58.
One story this month is on neurology , which presenter Martin A.
Berger (me) is thinking of. He takes "limited" to mean "within a given subspecialty"--he does GI, not neurology or cardiology.
list, too.“ We feel the same way about the time to antimicrobial agents,” said Karen Roos, MD, who is the John and Nancy Nelson Professor of Neurology at Indiana University in ... Dr. Roos offered advice on speeding and improving diagnosis and
detect it and intervene as early as possible,” said Ralph Sacco, MD, AHA president and chair of neurology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. ... Furie, who is director of the Massachusetts General Hospital Stroke Service in Boston