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Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Roger Bannister
#1. I had always wanted to become a neurologist, which is one of the most demanding vocations in medicine. Where do you stop, after all, with the brain? How does it function? What are its limits? The work seems unending. #Quote by Roger Bannister
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by David Perlmutter
#2. As a practicing neurologist, I place central importance in applying current science to the notion of disease prevention. #Quote by David Perlmutter
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Neel Burton
#3. In 1949, neurologist Egas Moniz (1874-1955) received a Nobel Prize for his discovery of 'the therapeutic value of leucotomy in certain psychoses'. Today, prefrontal leucotomy is derided as a barbaric treatment from a much darker age, and it is to be hoped that, one day, so too might antipsychotic drugs. #Quote by Neel Burton
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by David Jaher
#4. It was there that Baron von Schrenck-Notzing, a neurologist, was conducting tests involving intimate scrutiny of Richet's prized subject, the famed medium Eva C, who was thought to issue ectoplasm, the "miracle fluid," from between her legs. #Quote by David Jaher
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Kilroy J. Oldster
#5. Knowingly accepting oneself is the quintessential mission of every person. We each must fix ourselves, make ourselves right with the world we were born into, and construct a satisfactory existence out of our very own scarf. I am my personal healer, diagnostician, etiologist, psychiatrist, and neurologist. #Quote by Kilroy J. Oldster
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Allan H. Ropper
#6. To become a good clinical neurologist, you have to be intensely interested by what the brain does, how it works, how it breaks down. #Quote by Allan H. Ropper
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Jonathan Miller
#7. I was trained as a neurologist, and then I went into the theater, and if you're brought up to think of yourself as a biological scientist of some sort, pretty well everything else seems frivolous by comparison. #Quote by Jonathan Miller
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Roger Wolcott Sperry
#8. The objective psychologist, hoping to get at the physiological side of behavior, is apt to plunge immediately into neurology trying to correlate brain activity with modes of experience ... The result in many cases only accentuates the gap between the total experience as studied by the psychologist and neural activity as analyzed by the neurologist. #Quote by Roger Wolcott Sperry
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Bill Dedman
#9. California house, a palace on a cliff by the Pacific, and her father's house, the largest in New York City, with a tower and 121 rooms, including one adorned with gold. Taking all this in, the neurologist wasn't exactly sure how much to credit this tale of #Quote by Bill Dedman
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Robin Alexander
#10. Oh, dear God!" Janice bellowed and looked as though her neck was made of rubber as her head wobbled back and forth. Lou set the book back on the credenza as Janice stormed out. "Ashton, I'm sorry you had to witness that. As you well know, Mom has never been a pleasant woman. Since coming to live here, she's been a nightmare on two legs. I've had her head examined, and there's no tumor or disease to explain her behavior. The neurologist and our family doctor have simply diagnosed her as a chronic jackass. #Quote by Robin Alexander
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by David Reuben
#11. Dr. Hartmann. He was a famous neurologist from Philadelphia. #Quote by David Reuben
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Roger Bannister
#12. I wanted to be a neurologist. That seemed to be the most difficult, most intriguing, and the most important aspect of medicine, which had links with psychology, aggression, behavior, and human affairs. #Quote by Roger Bannister
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Mary Elizabeth Winstead
#13. I come from a pretty scientific family. My sister is a neurologist and my brother is an engineer. #Quote by Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by E-40
#14. I be more hipper than a hippopotamus
Get off in your head like a neurologist #Quote by E-40
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Oliver Sacks
#15. The 'secret' of Shostakovich, it was suggested - by a Chinese neurologist, Dr Dajue Wang - was the presence of a metallic splinter, a mobile shell-fragment, in his brain, in the temporal horn of the left ventricle. Shostakovich was very reluctant, apparently, to have this removed:
Since the fragment had been there, he said, each time he leaned his head to one side he could hear music. His head was filled with melodies - different each time - which he then made use of when composing.
X-rays allegedly showed the fragment moving around when Shostakovich moved his head, pressing against his 'musical' temporal lobe, when he tilted, producing an infinity of melodies which his genius could use. #Quote by Oliver Sacks
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Flora Rheta Schreiber
#16. The neurologist had dismissed her case after a single visit, handing out an easy nostrum by telling her father that if she continued to write poetry, she would be all right. #Quote by Flora Rheta Schreiber
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Jim Harrison
#17. There is a neurologist, a woman over at Harvard who wanted me to come talk to them, and in France I have a lot of readers in the sciences. I can't tell you why. #Quote by Jim Harrison
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Michael Chabon
#18. Acromegaly. Frau Dr. Anna Kavalier was a neurologist #Quote by Michael Chabon
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Joan Didion
#19. I was told that the disorder was not really in my eyes, but in my central nervous system. I might or might not experience symptoms of neural damage all my life. These symptoms, which might or might not appear, might or might not involve my eyes. They might or might not involve my arms or legs, they might or might not be disabling. Their effects might be lessened by cortisone injections, or they might not. It could not be predicted. The condition had a name, the kind of name usually associated with telethons, but the name meant nothing and the neurologist did not like to use it. The name was multiple sclerosis, but the name had no meaning. This was, the neurologist said, an exclusionary diagnosis, and meant nothing.

I had, at this time, a sharp apprehension not of what it was like to be old but of what it was like to open the door to the stranger and find that the stranger did indeed have the knife. In a few lines of dialogue in a neurologist's office in Beverly Hills, the improbable had become the probable, the norm: things which happened only to other people could in fact happen to me. I could be struck by lightning, could dare to eat a peach and be poisoned by the cyanide in the stone. The startling fact was this: my body was offering a precise physiological equivalent to what had been going on in my mind. #Quote by Joan Didion
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by Abhijit Naskar
#20. We study humans to give them a healthier and happier life. #Quote by Abhijit Naskar
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by M. J. Hyland
#21. As is the case for many people with multiple sclerosis, the effects of weakened limbs, spasticity and fatigue had cut my working life in half. Yet not a single GP, neurologist or nurse, and none of the MS websites, had mentioned the use of neuroenhancers for the treatment of neurological fatigue. #Quote by M. J. Hyland
Lukowski Neurologist quotes by John Pollack
#22. As the late neurologist Max Levin theorized: "If play were not pleasurable, kittens would never chase each other's tails, and so would lack practice in the motor skills needed for survival. If there were no pleasure in the appreciation of the absurd, if there were no fun in playing with ideas, putting them together in various combinations and seeing what makes sense or nonsense -- in brief, if there were not such a thing as humor -- children would lack practice in the art of thinking, the most complex and most powerful survival tool of all. #Quote by John Pollack

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