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  • 17 May 2023
    Cyrille Rossant

    A journey into the shaken baby syndrome/abusive head trauma controversy

    Cambridge University Press is publishing a textbook I have co-edited with five colleagues, Shaken Baby Syndrome, Investigating the Abusive Head Trauma Controversy, by Findley et al. With contributions by 32 authors, this book provides a thorough analysis of an interdisciplinary subject lying at the intersection of medicine, science, and law, and covering topics in pediatrics, […]

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  • 2 Aug 2021
    Neville M. Jadeja

    How to Read an EEG

    “Do epileptologists just make things up?” remarked one of my trainees after seeing me read an EEG, obviously completely exasperated looking at a screen full of squiggly lines! EEGs are indeed daunting to look at, but easy to read once you understand the “the method to my madness”. At least, that’s what I would like […]

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  • 8 Mar 2021
    Daniel Gibbs

    A Tattoo On My Brain

    I am a retired neurologist with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease.  For nearly 25 years I practiced and taught general neurology.  Many of my patients had dementia including Alzheimer’s disease, but it never occurred to me until a few years ago that I might get it too.  In A Tattoo On My Brain: A Neurologist’s Personal Battle […]

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  • 24 Aug 2020

    Social Factors in the Personality Disorders: Finding a Niche

    Everyone has a personality. This term describes individual differences in behavior, emotion, and thought that make each person unique. Yet however different they are, most people find a niche in the world that suits their traits. Not everyone succeeds. Community studies suggest that about one in ten have a diagnosable personality disorder (PD). That term […]

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