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Neurology Physician Review

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  • Thousands of free, clinical questions in multiple choice format
  • Unlimited, 24/7 access to every question set across all available specialties
  • Personalized scorecard with your knowledge base broken down to the topic level
  • New questions added every weekday
  • Great practice for certification and recertification exams
  • Quality you expect from the editors of The Smartest Doc and MDLinx
  • Your time does double-duty: self-assessment can be claimed for Category 2 CME credit
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04/11/2014 Pediatric Neurology ---- 65% ---- Easy
01/03/2014 Sleep-Related Diseases ---- 69% ---- Easy
12/03/2013 General ---- 70% ---- Easy
11/20/2013 Headache ---- 66% ---- Easy
10/18/2013 Sleep-Related Diseases ---- 60% ---- Easy
10/16/2013 Dementia ---- 60% ---- Easy
10/10/2013 Pediatric Neurology ---- 69% ---- Easy
10/04/2013 Stroke ---- 64% ---- Easy
09/20/2013 Seizures and Epilepsy ---- 63% ---- Easy
07/24/2013 Stroke ---- 65% ---- Easy
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