The Little Black Book of Neurology

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Osama O. Zaidat, Alan J. Lerner
Mosby/Elsevier, 2008 - Medical - 638 pages
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Widely known and well-respected, The Little Black Book of Neurology has, through four successful editions, represented a thorough yet portable reference on this complex field, presenting definitions, classifications, and guidance on diagnosis and management for a wide range of neurological disorders. The 5th Edition offers updated and expanded coverage of neuropharmacology and neuroimaging - plus a new, more user-friendly, fast-access format that makes the book even more ideal for quick clinical consultation or as a refresher for the Boards.

  • Presents a comprehensive, yet concise, "all-in-one" introduction to neurology in a portable, practical format.


  • Presents information in a newly structured format that makes reference faster and easier than ever.
  • Enables you to access critical guidance at a glance with many new tables of differential diagnosis, patient evaluation, and treatment options.
  • Covers many new topics including significantly expanded sections on sleep, neuromuscular disorders, and critical care.
  • Includes four new appendices - Neurocritical Emergencies . Therapeutic Care . AAN Guideline Summaries . and Scales - highlighting evidence-based guidelines when available, enabling you to make more informed clinical judgments.
  • Offers updated and expanded coverage of neuropharmacology and neuroimaging.

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Contents

Abscess Brain
2
Alexia
16
Antidepressants
30
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Alan J. Lerner is Associate Professor of Neurology, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine; Director, Memory and Aging Center, University Hospitals Health System, Cleveland, Ohio.

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