neurologist


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neurologist

[nu̇′räl·ə·jəst]
(medicine)
A person versed in neurology, usually a physician who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the nervous system and the study of its functioning.
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The neurologist saw the patient about a week later.
The surgery has a 2 to 5 percent risk of serious side effects and costs roughly $50,000, says neurologist C.
Although the AAN says complaints against testifying neurologists are on the rise, Sagsveen declined to give any numbers, citing confidentiality of the grievance process.
What's often lacking is the willingness of a neurologist to take over care of the patient," Dr.
They are hoping to recruit another two full time and one part time consultant to add to the 16 neurologists currently employed.
In Wales, there is one neurologist to 270,000 head of population, 10 times worse than the European average and double that of England.
The Child Neurology Society has a nationwide referral network in place that can assist parents in finding a child neurologist in their area.
Nonaka addressing the conference offered to train Pakistani neurologists at National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry at Tokyo, Japan.
Some neurologists recommend intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) for these people, although a study of this treatment at the Mayo Clinic had inconclusive results.
He said it is "shocking" that it has taken 22 years for an extra neurologist to be appointed in Cork.
Polman, a neurologist at Vrije University Medical Center in Amsterdam.