Martin A. Samuels
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1999 - Medical - 748 pages
Hospitalist Neurology, in the highly regarded Blue Books of Practical Neurology series, focuses on the clinical practice of in-patient neurology as well as the neurologic sequelae of non-neurologic conditions of hospitalized patients. It is meant to provide consulting hospital-based neurologists with a rational approach to evaluating neurological problems in a busy general hospital.
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