Samuels and Ropper's Neurological CPCs from the New England Journal of Medicine

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OUP USA, Dec 6, 2012 - Medical - 331 pages
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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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Contents

CPC 191979
1
CPC 231981
17
CPC 351981
39
CPC 231983
55
CPC 391984
74
CPC 261986
91
CPC 151988
112
CPC 321991
137
CPC 381996
193
CPC 321997
206
CPC 391999
222
CPC 212001
239
CPC 312002
251
CPC 342007
267
CPC 72010
281
CPC 142010
300

CPC 211993
155
CPC 361994
176

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Martin A. Samuels, MD, is the Founding Chair of the Department of Neurology at the Brigham and Women's Hospital and Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. He is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Neurology and his special interested is the interface between general medicine and neurology. Dr Samuels is the 2007 recipient of the H. Houston Merritt Award given by the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) for clinically relevant research and the 2006 recipient of the AB Baker Award for Lifetime Achievement in Neurologic Education.

Allan H. Ropper, MD, is one of the most well-known and respected clinical neurologists in the world. He is a Raymond D. Adams Distinguished Clinician and is the founder of modern neurological intensive care and the former Chair of Neurology at Tufts University Medical School. He has been the Executive Vice Chair of the Department of Neurology at Brigham and Women's Hospital since 2007. He serves as the associate editor for neurology for the New England Journal of Medicine, principal author of Principles of Neurology, and is the co-author of four editions of Adams and Victor's Principles of Neurology.

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