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The consultation, when you see a patient, either with their relatives or friends or on their own, is central to neurology. It is of such importance that it really deserves capitalisation (in the mind at least). But the ‘Consultation’ for the most part goes on behind closed doors, so we have little idea what our colleagues do. In the absence of any information to the contrary, we tend to assume they do much the same as us. In this edition we sneak the door open a little with accounts from four neurologists (including both your editors) about how they open their consultations (or at least how they say they do), with a commentary from Chris Allen. Hopefully this will make you think about …

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