Inter-observer variation in the evaluation of neurological signs: Patient-related factors

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The influence of patient-related factors on inter-observer variability in the evaluation of neurological signs was investigated. Two hundred and two consecutive unselected inpatients were examined by two senior neurologists who were unaware of the neurological case history. Eight signs were evaluated: anisocoria, jerky eye movements, facial palsy… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00919711

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