Principles of Cerebrovascular Disease

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2007 - Medical - 564 pages
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Confidently and knowledgeably treat of the full spectrum of stroke and stroke-related diseases

Richly illustrated with 500 illustrations, Principles of Cerebrovascular Disease offers solid clinical coverage of one of the three most prevalent neurologic diseases: stroke and stroke. Logically organized by the way patients present and with an emphasis on diagnosis and management, this resource answers every possible clinical question about stroke patients.

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Contents

Epidemiology of Stroke
19
Organizing Stroke Management Resources
41
Asymptomatic Carotid Artery Disease
77

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Harold P. Adams, MD, (Des Moines, Iowa) is Professor of Neurology and Chief of the Division of Cerebrovascular Diseases at the University of Iowa, Des Moines Iowa. He chairs the American Academy of Neurology Section on Cerebrovascular Diseases as well as the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Committee on Subspecialty certification in Neurovascular Medicine.

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