Pocket Companion to Neurology in Clinical Practice
Butterworth-Heinemann, 2000 - Clinical neuropsychology - 790 pages
This essential, pocket-sized companion to the leading clinical reference in neurology is the ideal quick reference for residents and practitioners. Containing the salient points of clinical diagnosis and management distilled from Neurology in Clinical Practice, Third Edition, this handbook is designed to be consulted when answers are needed quickly.
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