Neurology sentence example

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  • His work at the Salpetriere exerted a great influence on the development of the science of neurology, and his classical maladies du.

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  • You see, stories have a very special place in human neurology.

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  • Some evaluations require assessments from several viewpoints, including neurology, psychiatry, psychology, and physical therapy.

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  • Among the scientific studies that lend support to a possible connection between mercury content in vaccinations and autism is one published in the Journal of Child Neurology, Vol. 22, No. 11, 1308-1311 (2007).

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  • Dr. Karl Friedrich Otto Westphal, a German doctor who was a full professor of psychiatry at the Berlin Charité Hospital at a time when the separation between neurology and psychiatry was virtually nonexistent, did not share this view.

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  • Chesapeake Neurology Associates offers the equipment and the expertise necessary for proper diagnosis and treatment.

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  • He is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology as well as the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine.

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  • Some doctors specialize in surgery, others in pulmonary, neurology and behavioral issues while others in alternative treatments such as dental appliances.

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  • The ability to attract more high-quality students to the field of child neurology is critical.

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  • All trainees are required in addition to have 6m adult neurology experience, which can be at SHO level.

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  • Teaching staff specialize in sports physiotherapy pediatrics respiratory care neurology musculoskeletal work.

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  • She was rushed to the Middlesex hospital and then to a specialist NHS neurology hospital, but never recovered.

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  • Most trainees would expect to do pediatric radiology, neurology, oncology and some will do nuclear medicine.

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  • Unlike Goffman's often rather wild theorizing this study is based on detailed analysis of 1120 consultations, mostly in children's neurology clinics.

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  • Unlike Goffman 's often rather wild theorizing this study is based on detailed analysis of 1120 consultations, mostly in children 's neurology clinics.

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  • Todd Swick, the Sleep Center's Medical Director, is board certified in both sleep medicine and neurology.

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  • For this reason, the American Academy of Neurology has called for a ban on boxing.

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  • Dr. Jon Poling coauthored an article about Hannah's condition in the Journal of Child Neurology in 2006.

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  • Changes in the workload and levels of staffing in neurosurgery, neurology and general histopathology are therefore highly relevant to the practice of neuropathology.

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  • The array of services provided covers 11 surgical areas, including cardio-thoracic, neurology, and orthopedics.

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  • For example, a student who enjoys studying both general science and neurology may want to request merging the two programs into a neuroscience major.

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  • According to a 2000 study published in the Journal of Child Neurology, the outcome of childhood stroke was a moderate or severe deficit in 42 percent of cases.

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  • General medical tests as well as tests in areas such as neurology (the nervous system), psychology, psychiatry, special education, hearing, speech and vision, and physical therapy may be needed.

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  • We occupy the same form, we have language, we have the same neurology.

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  • His clinical work is principally in cognitive and behavioral neurology.

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  • The research is in the latest issue of the journal neurology.

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  • During this meeting there were several discussions on the organization of pediatric neurology in the UK.

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  • Designed for quick reference, the book presents students with the essentials of veterinary neurology.

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  • In the past, neuroimaging was almost exclusively the domain of clinical neurology.

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  • His specialist interest is Multiple Sclerosis, as well as general neurology, and he has lectured for Pastest regularly since 2001.

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