A-Z of Neurological Practice: A Guide to Clinical Neurology

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 19, 2011 - Medical - 814 pages
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The Second Edition of A-Z of Neurological Practice builds on the previous edition with revised and updated information in a high density but easily accessible format to provide a quick and ready reference for busy clinicians of all degrees of experience. Entries for specific neurological conditions are uniformly structured indicating: Pathophysiology; Clinical Features; Investigations and Diagnosis; Differential Diagnosis; Treatment and Prognosis. Key references are cited throughout and all entries are cross referenced.

A-Z of Neurological Practice, Second Edition is a practical, authoritative guide that will become an invaluable resource for neurologists in clinical practice, neurology trainees and all those involved with the treatment of neurological disorders.

 

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Contents

A
1
B
55
C
87
D
166
E
217
F
249
G
281
H
313
N
485
O
527
P
539
Q
613
R
615
S
643
T
714
U
762

I
351
J
364
K
369
L
379
M
415
V
769
W
793
XYZ
806
AZ of Neurological Practice
809
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A. J. Larner is Consultant Neurologist at the Cognitive Function Clinic, Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Liverpool, UK.

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