oa Modern Medicine - Anecdotes: confession of a practising neurologist
|Article Title||Anecdotes: confession of a practising neurologist|
|© Publisher:||Infixion Media (Pty) Ltd|
|Affiliations||1 Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, Australia|
|Publication Date||Apr 1991|
|Pages||105 - 113|
|Keyword(s)||Anecdotes, Case report, Clinical features and Neurology|
I suppose from time immemorial doctors have considered neurology to be too hard. In many ways this myth has been fostered by neurologists themselves; this is a pity, for as I have often taught students and postgraduates alike, neurology is really the most interesting and often the easiest of all the specialities.
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