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    Neurology in Iraq
    • H Ramadan, Specialist Registrar in Neurology

    I am very grateful to Dr Amin's interest in this short letter and his useful comments. The aim of this letter was to inform PN readers about difficulties of Iraqi doctors especially neuroscience clinicians been through in light of successive damaging wars inflicted in to this country.

    Dr Amin himself, names he mentioned and others (locally and overseas trained) are among distinguished hardworking neurologists in...

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    Neurology in Iraq; the past and the future, who is the winner?

    Many thanks to Ramadan and his colleagues for this article about neurology in the land of Mesopotamia. I have few notes:

    1. The author has not mentioned other neurologists who participated substantially in the creation of the subject "neurology in Iraq," and these are Muhammed Tawfiq, Fadhil Al-Hadithy, and Adnan Al-Araji; Ajeeb Ali practiced neurology in a city in the north of Iraq and was away from the teachi...

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