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Keys to taking a neurological history

The most powerful tool in neurology is the history and physical exam, said Martin A. ... At the pre-course“ Neurology for the Internist” at Internal Medicine Meeting 2016, Martin A.
July 2016

An even smaller feeding of cardiology and neurology

An even smaller feeding of cardiology and neurology. If what I heard yesterday here at Internal Medicine 2012 were small feedings of the mind, then what I've got for you
September 2019

Interesting neuro case for doctors who hate neurology

Interesting neuro case for doctors who hate neurology. Yesterday, I presented the case of a woman with double vision and ptosis and challenged you all to a game of "spot the ... The solution (as for just about everything in neurology, it seems) is to
September 2019

The upside of losing your brain

The upside of losing your brain. Neurology is one of those specialties that always has case studies interesting to the layman, and yesterday's "update" was no exception.
September 2019

'You are welcome'

Spoke at length, told them to call neurology, but wasn’t convinced ER was necessary, as symptoms had improved significantly. ... Patient never reached neurology, but called me the next day when back in town.
September 2019

Strokes of unkind fate

This information comes to us courtesy of a study just out in the journal Neurology.
September 2019

MKSAP Quiz: Emergency department evaluation for headache

This question can be found in MKSAP 16 in the Neurology section, item 7.
March 2013

Laughter in Internal Medicine

Laughter in Internal Medicine. You might not expect a day of neurology to be a laugh riot, but precourse faculty Martin Samuels had his attendees in stitches today. ... For more on him, as well as the serious side of the neurology precourse, pick up
September 2019

Medical News of the Obvious

Medical News of the Obvious. People who are cognitively active, socially engaged and physically active may fend off cognitive impairments, according to the Archives of Neurology.
September 2019

So very special(ist)

Berger (me) is thinking of. He takes "limited" to mean "within a given subspecialty"--he does GI, not neurology or cardiology.
September 2019

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