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Register Now for 50th Annual Neurology and Stroke Intensive Conference February 9-11

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    Neurology&Stroke The 50th annual Neurology and Stroke Intensive course, presented by the Miller School of Medicine’s Department of Neurology at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay on Thursday and Friday, February 9-10, will provide clinicians with the most recent developments in the diagnosis and management of neurologic disorders, including stroke.

    It will cover the latest advances in the different fields of neurology and neuroscience, including epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, movement disorders, neuromuscular diseases, CNS infections, and migraine, all of which are critical in solving clinical problems, diagnosing and treating patients, and improving the quality of patient care.

    In addition, a dedicated stroke seminar on Saturday, February 11, is designed as a stand-alone, eight-hour CME activity. For centers planning to seek stroke center status or already designated as a stroke center, this course will provide stroke teams with the most up-to-date evidence in the field of stroke diagnosis, treatment and prevention.

    In addition, difficult diagnostic and therapeutic problems in movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, and stroke will be presented, including an exchange of information between faculty and attendees with case presentations, dedicated discussions, and question-and-answer sessions after each presentation, as well as panel discussions.

    For more information or to reserve your spot, visit


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