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Stroke Summary

Tutorial summarising stroke definition, presentation and pathophysiology, and management.
Authored By Jon Philtron on Sunday 14th December 2008

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Dean Carolan
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Medical student - Queens
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Posted over 4 years ago
Who cares about the pronunciation of "mnemonic"? The pedantic comments made on this were bizarre. The tutorial itself was fine.
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malek ahmad
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medical officer - university malaya medical centre, malaysia
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Posted almost 7 years ago
Excellent!! Thanks.. :)
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James Fasham
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Medical Student - Bristol
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Posted almost 11 years ago
excellent, engaging and clear with innovative illlustrative styles
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Nabeela Adam
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Medical Student
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Posted almost 7 years ago
Can we download this presentation? I have heard the podcast but I like this presentation.
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Mike Martins
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Medical Student - Bristol
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Posted almost 11 years ago
Please give feedback at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=CEmGPp_2fZXfFtT6PAw_2fsDrA_3d_3d
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Joe Mullineux
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Medical Student - Bristol
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Posted almost 11 years ago
I can't believe you said 'new-mon-ik' Al!!! It ruined it for me to be honest!! I blame it on that rubbish brummie education you had.
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Jeremy Walker
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Site Administrator
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Posted almost 9 years ago

Hi Francesca. No, this file seems not to be working. I'll have a look into it and get back to you. Thanks for pointing it out!

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francesca latham
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Medical Student - Hull York Medical School
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Posted almost 9 years ago

this isn't loading for me. is it still up?

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Dr Alastair Buick
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Site Administrator
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Posted almost 11 years ago
I know! Cadbury college has let me down!
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Tauny Southwood
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Consultants / Associate Specialist
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Posted almost 11 years ago
Very clear presentation. My only comment is a very minor one: the pronunciation of the word "mnemonic" (used in the presentation as the generic term to describe FAST). It is pronounced "neh-mon-ik", rather than "new-mon-ik" as it appears to be in the pr
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