The Little Black Book of Neurology
Osama O. Zaidat, Alan J. Lerner
Mosby, 2002 - Medical - 409 pages
Pocket-sized and highly portable, this classic resource is a superb introduction to the field of neurology. Organized like a medical dictionary, its alphabetical entries provide users with definitions, classification, diagnosis and treatment as appropriate. New coverage encompasses neurogenetics, interventional stroke treatment and psychopharmacology, neuroimaging, diagnostic modalities, pediatric neurology, and more. An eponym index and thorough cross-referencing make it easy to use.
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