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 Indianapolis. ... Roos offered advice on speeding and improving diagnosis and treatment
In randomized trials reported in The New England Journal of Medicine and a subtrial analysis in Lancet Neurology, dabigatran and rivaroxaban were at least as safe and effective as warfarin for ... They especially need to understand that missing doses
of neurology at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
Samuels, MACP, had already received it when he addressed the subject during the “Update in Neurology” session.
Ray Dorsey, MD, a neurology instructor at the University of Rochester Medical Center and a researcher on gender and work preferences.
E. Spironolactone. The correct answer is A. Acetazolamide. This question can be found in MKSAP 17 in the Neurology section, item 58.
Primary care physicians may best e-consult with subspecialists in endocrinology, infectious disease, neurology, and rheumatology, because the questions asked are more typically about specific test results and are less likely ... It can cause a lot of
Raghav Govindarajan, ACP Associate Member, a neurology resident at the Cleveland Clinic Florida, told us about a case he saw in India that has important lessons for clinicians everywhere.
McGee said, quickly listing the entire fields of dermatology, neurology, rheumatology, and musculoskeletal medicine.
other internal medicine societies, as well as leaders from the American Academy of Neurology, who were also invited.