neurologist

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Synonyms for neurologist

a medical specialist in the nervous system and the disorders affecting it

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28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Feedback gathered from 99 neurologists in the most recent release ofRealTime Dynamix(TM): Multiple Sclerosis reveals that the uptake of generic Copaxone will most likely be driven by payers.
He urged the government and Pakistan Stroke Society to work for enough neurologists and stroke units in public and private hospitals according to international protocol modified for local use.
Peter Rieckmann Neurologist, Bamberg, Germany (Chairman) Alexey Boyko Neurologist, Moscow, Russia Diego Centonze Neurologist, Rome, Italy Alasdair Coles Neurologist, Cambridge, UK Irina Elovaara Neurologist, Tampere, Finland Eva Havrdova Neurologist, Prague, Czech Republic Neurologist, European Charcot Foundation, Molenhoek Otto Hommes (Nijmegen area), The Netherlands Internist Pharmacoepidemiologist & Pharmacoeconomist, Jacques LeLorier Montreal, Canada Sarah A.
Founded in 2009, AcuteCare Telemedicine is a limited liability corporation advancing the opportunity for healthcare institutions to gain access to highly-respected, expert neurologists and telemedicine technologies.
In addition, Parkinson's patients who received care from neurologists had significant improvement in certain clinical outcomes as well as better overall survival compared with patients who received care from physicians in other specialties.
Dr Philip Nichols, consultant neurologist at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle and senior lecturer at Newcastle University, took up his position at HIEC on June 1.
Sarah Minden, MD, the lead researcher, pointed out that the "never users" had the lowest percentage of neurologist care.
The Association of British Neurologists (ABN) are holding their annual meeting at the ECHO Arena and Convention Centre, Liverpool.
Sweden, which has 14,000 sufferers, has 400 neurologists, while the Czech Republic with 13,000 patients has 335.
The readership for the book includes clinical neurologists and residents.
The American Academy of Neurology (AAN), the country's largest professional society of neurologists, has revised its guidelines for neurologists who testify as expert witnesses.
It will be published monthly with a controlled circulation of 15,800 neurologists, child neurologists, neuroradiologists, physician assistants and nurses.
Neurologists report having more migraines than other physicians, which may mean the stated prevalence rate of migraine needs to be revised upward.
The American Academy of Neurology established the Palatucci Advocacy Leadership Forum in 2003 to empower neurologists to advocate on behalf of their patients for sensible health care reforms on local, regional and national levels.