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    Dear Colleagues, Yes I agree that in the case of Dr. Lane that a full Georges maneuver would be contraindicated the attention to history, patient presentation and the pupillary response would suffice the referral. However to be clear, in ...

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    Does anyone have any good articles for or against this type of testing?  There isn't too much out there on these tests.   Does anyone on here use these Quantatative Sensory Tests (QST's)?  As  far as I am aware, this is not a standard test but I wanted ...

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    I agree with Dr.LaMarche that doing a George's Test on a patient with a symptomatic presentation of headache, slurred speech and possibly other symptoms can pose a risk to the patient and might not be clinically justified. But neither would a cervical ...

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