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In my first year of neurology residency in New York, my consultant, Josh Torgovnick, gave me this paper (Fisher's rules), which has guided me since.1 The author, Louis R Caplan, was C Miller Fisher's last fellow at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Caplan lists 17 rules that guided Dr Fisher's practice (figure 1). In India, the Sanskrit term for master is ‘guru’. It takes years of …
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