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This is a collaborative site run by leading experts for anyone (including professionals) needing quality information related to this complicated field of medicine.

This project has developed from the questions posed by both patients and physicians regarding difficult diagnostic issues.

The focus of this site is to provide an interactive forum where AskTheNeurologist.Com accredited neurology experts (ATNCANES') voluntarily provide guidance to anyone who needs it:- from fellow ATNCANE'S to patients.

Patients or doctors submitting medical data regarding particularly difficult to diagnose clinical situations may have their case presented on our expert to expert forum where ATNCANE's post their suggestions and advice regarding possible diagnoses and suggest diagnostic tests.

A welcome bi-product of this forum is an evolving educational database for students of neurology. The answers to previously posed questions and diagnostically challenging cases can be accessed.

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