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  • Answer: Dr. Douglas Anderson, Loyola University Chicago in the USA And Dr Prem Pillay previously at the Cleveland Clinic USA and now at Mt Elizabeth Hospital Singapore.
  • Answer: It means to go to Neuro-Dance after surgery =^-^=

    Lack of Neuro-Dance can make your heart bleed so you really need to listen to industrial music. Once your body has gotten into the beat you will feel the need to stomp, then you will need to purchase zombie stompers and go to another Neuro-Dance
  • Answer: "Neuro" means nerve or nerves.
    A neurosurgeon mainly specializes in operating on patients with diseases of the brain and central nervous system.
    They also examine patients for symptoms indicative of neurological disorders.
    Neurosurgeons also perform biopsies and cerebral angiograms.
  • Answer: Dr. Alexa Canady
  • Answer: 1. Dr Ben Carson, at John Hopkins, Baltimore for Pediatric Neurosurgery
    2.Dr Richard Fessler, University of Chicago, for Vascular and Interventional Neurosurgery
    3.Dr Raymond Sawaya, MD Anderson Cancer Center,Houston for Brain Tumors
    4.Dr Laligam Sekhar, previously at UPMC, now at the Swedish Hospital, Seattle for Skull Base surgery
    5..Dr Prem Pillay, previously at the Cleveland Clinic for Spine diseases/injury and Brain tumors, now at Mt Elizabeth in Singapore,Asia
  • Answer: You need 4 years of college and then you need to apply to medical school and get accepted. Medical school is 4 years. Then you apply to a residency in Neurosurgery and after acceptance, there is an additional 7 years of specialty training in Neurosurgery. Some residency programs will also require that you do additional research (1-4 more years after the 7 listed).You then are eligible to become board certified in neurological surgery.
  • Answer: The job outlook for a neurosurgeon is that it is a specialtydedicated to the medical and surgical care of the brain and nervoussystem. The training takes very many years because of the nature ofthe job that they do.
  • Answer: It takes 14-16 years to become a neurosurgeon.
  • Answer: if you apply yourself you can accomplish anythiing
  • Answer: Yes, a neurosurgeon can be sued, and so can just about anyone else. But the burden of proof is clearly on the person bringing the suit. Additionally, a weak case could result in a counter suit. In any action like this, it is critical to get the opinion of at least one legal professional. Litigation against physicians and attorneys is notoriously thorny, and there are serious consequences possible for all parties to the action.A professional consultation is often modestly priced, or even free, at least upon the initial visit. The attorney will be investing a bit of time to get an idea of the merits of the case, and also making his own plea for your retaining him in the action. No one with anything to gain (or lose) in such an action would even consider bringing a suit without a lawyer. Even if the action is conducted without any appearances in court, the paperwork is not something that anyone without legal qualifications should be handling. Ask around about for a reference, or get a referral from a service. But get an attorney.
  • Answer: well first you need to love brains almost as much as zombies the rest works itself out
  • Answer: All Reputed hospitals have best Neurosurgeons but the best IndianNeurosurgeon is Dr Prem Pillay
    Answer:

    For the record, Dr. Satish Rudrappa of Manipal Hospital is the bestneurosurgeon with 17 years of experience and has acquired expertisein performing Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries, Spine TumorSurgeries, Intramedullary Tumors, Spine Deformity Correction,Craniovertebral Anomalies, Skull Base Surgeries, Complex Spine andReconstructive Surgeries, and Trauma Care.

    He is also a visiting professor for Spine Surgery at AOInternational, Switzerland and an Asst. Prof. of Research at theLouisiana State University, Shreveport, USA.

    He has won numerous accolades as the Best Outgoing Student inNeurosurgery, a Spine Fellowship Award from the LEE Foundation,Singapore, and the Kempegowda Award for Community Service, from theMahadevapura Constituency in Bangalore, India.
  • Answer: 4 years of undergraduate (College) 4 years of medical school 7-9 years of residency Total of 15-17 years after High School.
  • Answer: The neurosurgeon was unable to perform the triple bypass surgery.

    The anesthesiologist would like to speak with the neurosurgeon in private.

    Are there any openings in neurosurgeon school this year?

What math classes are taken for neurosurgeon?

  • The basic math pre requisites for med school is one year of physics... Most universities require one year of calculus prior to this.... Neurosurgery is a surgical sub specialty that happens after you become a doc.

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  • Answer: The basic math pre requisites for med school is one year of physics... Most universities require one year of calculus prior to this.... Neurosurgery is a surgical sub specialty that happens after you become a doc.
  • Answer: I do believe that you should have math if you are going to become a surgon.
  • Answer: To become a medical examiner you should take all math classes. Youshould also take extra science classes. If your school offersanatomy, then you should take that as well.
  • Answer: You are required to take general education courses in conjunction with your marketing cources. Accounting I (Financial) - ACG 2021 Accounting II (Managerial) - ACG 2071 Methods of Calculus - MAC 2233 Introductory Statistics - STA 2023
  • Answer: No! you just have to work harder. if you dont get something, ask about it.
  • Answer: Engineering is a profitable career that mathematicians enjoy. There are many fields that rely on math, though. A high level insurance position called an actuary requires a lot of math. Many people who get into programming of computers are good at math.
  • Answer: Well it actually depends on the level of the grade. For example if the grade is 1st grade then the teacher will teach 1st grade math. If its 6th grade or 7th grade the teacher will probably start to teach algebra.
  • Answer: You have to be capable of learning and knowing what you are teaching the students. You also have to know how to answer all the hard questions that are hard for the students. You must not laugh at them or disciminate them just because they dont know how to do an easy problem. That is why you have to be there for them. And if you think that this is too much for you, then find something else that would suit you best. Another thing that you have to have to become a math teacher is that you have to be patient with the students. No one gets it the first time. They will need practice and that is why they will have you there to help them out whenever they need it. Having the knowlegde and capacity of a math teacher doesnt mean that a math teacher would be best for you. Its all what you think. If you know that you cant stand students then why try for something that deals with them. Just be the best you can in the career that you would like to become. No matter how hard or how easy it all depends how much effort you put in it. Well good luck with your choice on becomng a math teacher. I hope that my advice helped alittle.By:Mayra A. Peña (A sophomore @ RFK in Delano)
  • Answer: IngredientsFor the marinade

    • 600ml/1 pint buttermilk

    • 6 tbsp coriander, chopped

    • 6 garlic cloves, finely chopped

    • 2 shallots, finely chopped

    • ½ tsp dried chilli flakes

    • 1 tbsp salt

    • 4 x 175g chicken breasts, skinless
  • For the coating

    • 6 tbsp plain flour

    • ½ tsp celery salt

    • ½ tsp cayenne pepper

    • ½ tsp ground black pepper

    • ½ tsp paprika
    To cook the chicken

    • 200ml vegetable oil
    For the coleslaw

    • ¼ red cabbage, finely shredded

    • ¼ white cabbage, finely shredded

    • 3 carrots, shredded

    • 4 spring onions, chopped

    • 1 tbsp caraway seeds

    • 1 tbsp chilli sauce

    • 100g/4oz mayonnaise

    • salt and freshly ground black pepper
Preparation method

  1. For the marinade, combine all the ingredients for the marinade and coat the chicken in a shallow dish. Cover and leave to marinate overnight in the fridge.

  2. Combine all the ingredients for the coating. Remove the chicken from the marinade and dip into the spiced flour. Coat thoroughly and return to the fridge for a further 45 minutes.

  3. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F/Gas 6.

  4. Heat the vegetable oil to in a deep heavy-bottomed saucepan, until a breadcrumb sizzles and browns when dropped in it. (CAUTION: hot oil can be dangerous - do not leave unattended!). Add the chicken and fry until golden all over. Remove and place on a baking sheet.

  5. Transfer to the oven and cook for 15-20 minutes until cooked through.

  6. For the coleslaw, mix all of the ingredients together and season to taste.

  • Answer: Go to mathforum.org/dr.math/ask
    There you can find instructions for help, and you can email Dr. Math
  • Answer: 1. first you need to be a genius cause the brain is so complex more then the world wide web.

    2. second. you need to invest in it so bascically you have to be rich to pay off medical school.

    3.Thrid , you need to have nerves of steel to cut the paithin.

    4.Forth you need to study ,14 to 16 years read on.

    5. fifth ,you have to invest alot of time in it
  • Answer: A neurosurgeon is a doctor who specialises in disorders of the brain and central nervous system.A neurosurgeon is someone who does surgery on the nervous system (especially the brain).
  • Answer: A Neruosurgen is someone who operates a nd deals with the brain or your nerological system
  • Answer: I belive it is a surgeon of the brain.
  • Answer: First you need to finish your baccalaureate degree, then go to medical school. After graduating with an MD, you take the board examination. Once you get a license, you apply for residency in general surgery for 3 years or depending on the program. After completing this you may become a fellow and get subspecialty- which would be neurosurgery for a number of years. After another exam, you are now privileged to practice as a neurosurgeon.