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Neurological Surgery

Neurological surgery is concerned with the central, peripheral, and autonomic nervous systems and involves diagnosis and, frequently, surgical treatment.

Although considered to be a subspecialty of surgery, the traditional base of neurological surgery is in the laboratory. Early practitioners are described as having been not only .technically skillful surgeons, but also, in many respects, clinical neurophysiologists.

Values & Personality Traits of Physicians in Neurological Surgery

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Specialists Value
  • Creativity
  • Independence
  • Variety
  • Working with my hands
Specialists do not value
  • Sufficient time off

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