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Conquering ‘Neurophobia’

The evaluation of a patient with neurologic disease remains one of the most daunting and anxiety-provoking tasks in clinical medicine. From the perspective of physicians who are not trained in neurology, the performance and interpretation of the neurologic examination is shrouded in mystery. The angst associated with the study of neuroscience begins in medical school […]

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Cerebral Fat Embolism in Hemoglobin SC Disease

A 63-year-old Caribbean man was admitted to the hospital for low back and pelvic pain. His medical history included sickle cell hemoglobin (Hb) C disease with no vaso-occlusive crisis within the last 20 years, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease treated with inhaled corticosteroids for the last 4 years. A few hours after admission, respiratory distress […]

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