Principles of Neurology
Raymond Delacy Adams, Maurice Victor, Allan H. Ropper
McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, 1997 - Neurologie - 1618 pages
This revised edition features a new art programme as well as advances in in diagnosis and treatment, while covering the fundamentals of neurologic diseases. It uses a symptom-based approach allowing the reader to proceed logically from cardinal manifestations to syndromes, differential diagnosis and appropriate therapies. The basic anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology and molecular genetics necessary for a complete understanding of neurologic, psychiatric and muscle diseases are included, as well as discussion of the basic mechanisms of neurologic disease enabling the reader to understand more easily diagnosis and clinical management.
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CARDINAL MANIFESTATIONS OF NEUROLOGIC DISEASE
PAIN AND OTHER DISORDERS OF SOMATIC SENSATION
Other Somatic Sensation
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