Electrodiagnosis in clinical neurology
Michael Jeffrey Aminoff
Churchill Livingston, 1986 - Medical - 755 pages
Widely acknowledged as the most comprehensive book on its subject, this book offers concise, practical guidance on the use of electrodiagnostic techniques for investigating problems of both the central and peripheral nervous systems. Forty-two experts, many new to this edition, discuss the principles, scope, limitations, diagnostic importance, prognostic relevance and complications for each technique.
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