The essential point of Practical Neurology is that it is practical in the sense of being useful for everyone who sees neurological patients and who wants to keep up to date, and safe, in managing them. In other words this is a journal for jobbing neurologists who plough through the tension headaches and funny turns week in and week out.
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There is a point in many neurological ward rounds, arriving at the patient with the complicated undiagnosed neurological disorder,
when the question arises-often with uncertainty and a hint of desperation-"Should we try steroids?" Fortunately, help is at
hand for a fair number of ...
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Review: Bell's palsy: aetiology, clinical features and multidisciplinary care
A review of treatment for Bell's palsey that advocates multidisciplinary collaboration as the most effective method.
Peer review journal publishing original research, analysis and comment in all areas of neurological practice
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