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Grand Rounds 09/28/16 @ BID-Needham: Dr. Louis R. Caplan  

What is Wrong with Ms. Jones? -- Cerebrovascular Disease as an Example
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Louis R. Caplan, MD

Sep 28, 2016

What is Wrong with Ms. Jones? -- Cerebrovascular Disease as an Example

      

    Objectives of the Presentation

    Participants should be able to:

    • Learn about the Woodman-Caplan method of caring for individual patients.
    • Become updated on treatment of the acute stroke patient.
    • Become updated on stroke prevention.
        

      Disclosures

      Director of Medical Education and Committee Members have indicated they have no relevant financial interests or relationships to disclose. Faculty has indicated no relevant financial interests or relationships to disclose.

          

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        The PowerPoint presentation, Objectives, and Abstract links were sent by Medical Library Services and the CME Committee.

        Diane E. Young, Information Specialist

        dyoung3@bidmc.harvard.edu

         

            

          Links to Abstracts of Articles Cited (contact Diane Young for full-text articles at dyoung3@bidmc.harvard.edu)

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