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What are the 695 topics that make up neurology?

The goal of Neurochecklists is to bring everything even remotely neurological under one roof. It set out to be a practical, comprehensive, easily searchable, on-the-go database.

Sourcing information from reliable textbooks and journals, the database has slowly grown to peak today at >3,000 checklists spread across precisely 695 topics. These topics, in turn, are grouped under 140 subspecialty chapters which make up the 21 specialty sections of Neurochecklists. The topics cover the core neurology subjects, all the allied neurological specialties, and the intricate intersection of neurology with medicine and surgery.

To illustrate the scope of Neurochecklists, and of neurology, we have today uploaded the full index of 695 neurology topics: just click to open and download. Furthermore, you can click and open all the topics directly from the document. After perusing, do post your feedback to help us improve the database.

695 Neurology Topics

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By Ibrahim Imam

I am a UK Neurologist keen on general neurology, but with an interest in neuromuscular diseases. I maintain the neurology searchable database, www.neurochecklists.com. I also blog at www.theneurologylounge.com. I share and discuss current issues around clinical neurology. I hope you find my blogs enlightening, practical, and even entertaining.

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