Tomasz Zabiega

Neurology is the practice of medicine that concentrates on the human brain and nervous system. From higher cognitive disorders (such as Alzheimer dementia) to diseases of nerve and muscle (neuropathies and myopathies), neurologists serve as nervous system specialists at every level. With compassion and dedication, neurologists take care of patients presenting with a wide variety of complaints: headaches, numbness, weakness, tremors, seizures, speech difficulty, and changes in consciousness. Although they deal with some of the most distressing and debilitating diseases in medicine, neurologists tend to have an upbeat, calm, and casual attitude. They typically combine a sophisticated level of intellectual curiosity with down-to-earth friendliness and optimism.

Many medical students, after completing their rotation in neurology, are familiar with the stereotype of neurologists as excellent diagnosticians who cannot treat the underlying neurologic disorders. This observation may have been somewhat true 30 years ago. Today, therapeutics are equally as exciting as diagnostics. In the past several decades, new developments in neuropharmacology and noninvasive technology have revolutionized the modern practice of neurology. As our understanding of neurologic disease continues to expand, neurology stands as one of the most stimulating fields in medicine.

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