Stroke: A practical guide to management

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Wiley, Jan 8, 2001 - Medical - 816 pages
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In the second edition of this successful book, the authors have again worked closely together as a team to produce a seamless and consistently styled account of the diagnosis and management of stroke.

What is different about this book? As many of the excellent reviews of the first edition point out, it presents a unique approach to stroke, both from the uniformity and clarity of the style (achievable only by a team working very closely together) and the integrated clinical management that weaves together causation, presentation, diagnosis, management and rehabilitation. This book deliberately poses and answers many of the burning questions and controversies in stroke and achieves a rare combination of readability and broad coverage.

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Neurologists, neurosurgeons must read this book. Your patients will suffer a lot if you don't read. It is a advanced in stroke world. Great book. Trust me.
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