It is the season again for reflecting over the most important neurology papers published in the year. Because we keep a keen eye on the relevant journals and neurology headlines, we are well-placed at Neurochecklists to pinpoint those papers which asked the most pressing neurological questions, and either answered them, or pointed to where the wind is blowing.
Over the course of 2020 we publicised more than 70 papers which have greatly improved our understanding of nervous system disorders. Some of these papers received only a tepid reception by the almost 14,000 visitors to our blog post this year. Other studies were however attention-grabbers, helping us to mark up almost 23,000 views this year.
So which are the studies that rose to the occasion and asked the tricky questions that bedevil neurology? To answer this, we analysed which papers had the most views this year, and came up with 20 most important neurological questions of 2020. Here is the countdown:
And the most important question of 2020 was:
Because this blog is more than just questions and answers, you may also want to check out the following 10 posts that also made headlines in 2020:
- 60 updated practical neurology checklists
For the full context…go to Neurochecklists.