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Okay, so user:clicketyclack has made the point that neurology is a larj category. That isn't enough reason to make it hard for people to find articles on the topic. Also, it is not only a medical discipline, and the distinction between neuroscience and neurology has no consequence. IOW, articles classified under neuroscience will be of interest to the profession. Brewhaha@edmc.net 02:39, 14 July 2007 (UTC)
Neurologists won't only be looking under the Neurology category for articles of professional interest. It's a multi-disciplinary field, so when browsing categories they'll be looking in Neurology, other branches of medicine, Neuroscience, Psychology, etc. Can you give an example of a specific article that you think is hard for a neurologist to find, owing to its present categorization? Clicketyclack 05:51, 15 July 2007 (UTC)