The 20 most interesting neurological questions of 2017

Neurochecklists aims to simplify neurology…

by striving to be comprehensive and current.

To keep a close tab on everything neurological…

We sifts through tens of journals and hundreds of studies.

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 These studies enhance neurological practice…

and highlight important points.

They often challenge the conventional wisdom….

and regularly dispense with redundant dogmas.

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So what are the groundbreaking articles…

that have tackled the big issues?

Which are the papers pushing the boundaries

to answer the most critical questions?

Which of the questions asked by researchers

have piqued your curiosity the most this year?

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3. Is large volume spinal tap necessary in diagnosing normal pressure hydrocephalus?
2. Is the weather a risk factor for epileptic seizures?

These are some of the key studies..

which form the building blocks of Neurochecklists.

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2 thoughts on “The 20 most interesting neurological questions of 2017

  1. I’m newly graduated pediatric neurologist , from Iraq, highly interested with updating neurology in any subjects because this specialities not well established in our country… so I hope to keep contact with any updates facility
    Thanks for this great work

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