Samuels and Ropper's Neurological CPCs from the New England Journal of Medicine
Samuels and Ropper's Neurological CPCs from the New England Journal of Medicine is a collection of clinicopathological cases (CPCs) authored by two of the most frequent discussors of the storied "Clinical Pathologic Conference" first introduced by Richard Cabot in the early 1900s and published in the "New England Journal of Medicine." In one concise volume, the authors present 18 cases, assembled chronologically, that encompass the wider variety of neurologic conditions encountered by every resident and practicing clinician. Each case concludes with a modern perspective to bring the classic case in to a modern setting. These cases exemplify the traditional method of neurologic diagnosis and are the perfect catalyst with which to stimulate discussions with students and residents as well as a supplement to standardized course material.
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