A Day in the Life of the Neurosurgery Resident by @fashionsurgeon MD (former neurosurgery)

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Neurosurgery from Brazil.To provide neurosurgeouns with the most timely comprehensive and relevant clinical information to improve patient care; we offer a web site where patients can view our patient-level information for free

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  1. I completed neurosurgery residency in 1979. The main differences were
    1). No computer. We had to type the list on a typewriter every day.
    2) no night float. We were on call for our service 24-7.
    Otherwise, it appears little has changed.

  2. Anna says:

    Nice post.

  3. Great post, I can totally relate. This blog is a great resource for the neurosurgeon community!

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