CME Credit--February 2001

By answering the following questions, you can earn 2 category 1 CME credits.  These questions will be based on the discussion found on Neurolist during the month of February 2001.  In order to receive the credits you must score at least a 70% on this test and submit payment to the Medical College of Georgia for $ 25.00 for the two credits.  If you do not score high enough to obtain the credits then you will not be charged.  After submission of the questions you will be taken to a secure web site where you can enter your credit card information.  If you prefer, you may also send this information by fax or phone; the information needed to do this will appear on the secure web site.   You may take this test more than once if you do not receive a satisfactory score.  You must be a member of Neurolist to receive CME credit; membership in Neurolist is free.

The goal of Neurolist is to meet the learning needs of a worldwide group of neurologists. The most important need is to have a group of colleagues with a diverse experience with whom problem cases in neurology can be discussed with. In addition we will discuss new studies and findings of interest to neurologists. Finally we will discuss other issues of interest to neurologists. All areas of neurology will be discussed during the course of the year.

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For Each question there is one best answer.  Please select the best answer.

    1)The postulated cause of the brachial plexus damage seen following a cardiac bypass procedure is the following:


    2)The following is true about single fiber EMG in myasthenia Gravis:


    3)All of the following are symptoms of Temporal Arteritis Except:


    4)All of the following drugs are useful in treating recurrent Multiple Sclerosis Except:


    5)The following statements about cryptococcal meningitis are true Except:


    6)The substantia nigra was first described by:


    7)The following is true about carpal tunnel syndrome:


    8)Contraindications to giving r-TPA for an acute stroke include all the following Except:


     9)Treatment of primary progressive multiple sclerosis includes:


    10)Treatments of use in diabetic neuropathy include all of the following Except:



Revised March 5, 2001

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