Neurology: An Illustrated Colour Text

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Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2006 - Medical - 135 pages
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An textbook of neurology in the Illustrated Colour Text series, making use of all the usual features of the series - double page spreads, short paragraphs, summary boxes, attractive use of colour etc.

  • Clear explanation of neurological examination - often found very taxing by students.
  • Demonstrates how to approach common neurological presentations, such as blackouts and numbness, before moving on to a comprehensive coverage of syndromes and diseases.
  • Concentrates on the core curriculum which the medical student really needs to know

  • Updated to reflect developments in neurology, including changes in management of stroke and range and choice of drugs used in Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, migraine and multiple sclerosis.
  • Addition of illustrated clinical cases with questions and discussed answers. (2 double page spreads cases and questions, 2 double page spreads answers).

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Consultant Neurologist, Department of Neurology, Gloucester Royal Hospital, Gloucester, Royaume-Uni.

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