If you are reading this, then you either find neurology really interesting, or really baffling.
Either way, you are most welcome.
Over the coming months, we will be posting cases online for you to solve.
Some will be complex; some will be more straightforward.
All will help you to build your understanding of clinical neurology, and try to help make you better doctors.
10% of all acute admissions to hospital have a primary neurological diagnosis.
There is no escape!
If you come across an interesting case, and you think it might be worth posting it on the NeuroBureau blog, then we want to hear from you.
How does it work?
Cases will be drip-fed onto the blog.
First will come the history, followed by a question or two.
Next will come some pertinent examination findings. Sometimes, this will be a picture; sometimes text and, if you are very lucky, video footage.
Lastly, we will provide you with investigations.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to solve the problem.
To make things a little more fun, the blog will be linked with our Twitter feed.
Follow us using #TeesNeuro.
Once you’ve done this, you will be automatically notified of new cases, as we post them.
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