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A stereotype of neurologists is their focus on the pedantry and pomposity of the diagnostic chase. Neurologists do, perhaps uniquely, recognise the primacy of a history well taken. The physical examination of the nervous system is a highly prized skill among medical students, but typically becomes radically honed in specialist training and beyond; extremely so for some.1 As a trainee, …
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