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The Neurotransmitters: A Case of Jerking Shoulder Movements with Dr. Japleen Kaur

Listen here to The Neurotransmitters: A Clinical Neurology Podcast about everything neurology! Join Dr. Michael Kentris to learn more about common clinical scenarios, the newest studies, challenging clinical cases, and more. Dr. Kentris can be found on Twitter @DrKentris or by email at

Originally released: February 25, 2024

Hello and welcome to our Case Presentation Series! It is a series designed to combat neurophobia in medical students and trainees from different specialties. We will discuss interesting neurology cases that medical students and trainees encounter in their rotations.

Our first episode is with Dr. Japleen Kaur, an international medical graduate from India, on a fascinating case of jerking shoulder movements in a 56-year-old lady with a history of stroke. This case also fueled Dr. Kaur's own passion for neurology!

You can find Dr. Japleen Kaur on X at @neuroJ99

If you are a medical student or trainee who has a neurology case to present, reach out to us on Twitter/X at @neuro_podcast or email us at

Check out our website at to sign up for emails, classes, and quizzes! Would you like to be a guest or suggest a topic? Email us at Follow our podcast channel for The Neurotransmitters @neuro_podcast for future news! Find me on Twitter @DrKentris

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