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- Image Study By Elliot K. Fishman, MD - 17 Oct 2017
These images demonstrate on first glance innumerable tiny flow voids surrounding the cauda equina which may lead one to consider a dural arteriovenous fistula. ...
12mins - Expert presentations By Heather Angus-Leppan - 18 Sep 2017
Learn how to make a correct diagnosis of epilepsy. What are the tests and investigations needed? What can be misunderstood as epilepsy?
11mins - Expert presentations By Wallace Brownlee - 4 Sep 2017
Management of multiple sclerosis
MS is a common neurological disorder that requires a multifaceted management approach. Learn how to manage MS and its symptoms, including the role of patient ed...
1min - Image Study By Elliot K. Fishman, MD - 3 Oct 2017
Sinonasal Squamous Cell Carcinoma
There is a large T1 isointense, T2 hypointense, mildly enhancing mass in the right nasal passage extending posteriorly to fill the nasopharynx and bowing the na...
9mins - Expert presentations By Wallace Brownlee - 28 Aug 2017
Diagnosis of multiple sclerosis
MS is a common neurological disorder which can often be misdiagnosed. Learn about the phenotypes of MS and correct investigations needed to make a diagnosis.
10mins - Expert presentations By Carole Buckley - 14 Aug 2017
Reducing health inequalities in autistic spectrum disorder
Patients with ASD have lower life expectancy, higher incidence of epilepsy and suicide and are sensitive to things that might not bother other patients. Learn a...
9mins - Expert presentations By Seán J Slaght - 7 Aug 2017
The classification of seizures and epilepsy
Whats new? Learn about the 2017 update to the definition and classification of epilepsy and seizures
9mins - Expert presentations By Carole Buckley - 24 Jul 2017
Making Your Practice Autism Friendly
Patients with autism have needs that you and your staff can address by making small reasonable adjustments and ensure your practice is autism friendly.