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Coronavirus Has Made Me a Better Physician

Lessons from the Harvard Neurology residency

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If you only have five minutes with a patient, what questions do you ask and what physical exam maneuvers do you perform? If you can only order one laboratory test, what should it be? If the MRI or CT scanner is unavailable, are you still confident in your diagnosis?




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Joshua Budhu, MD

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