Analytic Neurology: Examining the Evidence for Clinical Practice

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 2003 - Medical - 328 pages
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Here's an evidence-based approach to the everyday practice of neurology. Using a question-and-answer format-the same method used in the clinical setting-it focuses on the diagnosis, management, and prognosis of the most common neurologic problems through an exploration of relevant literature. Following this method, it reviews the evidence that supports clinical practice, allowing the reader to evaluate the evidence for themselves to reach an independent conclusion.

  • Each question posed features a detailed discussion of the most relevant literature.
  • A highly selected series of articles are presented along with answers to each question.
  • Detailed discussions, with a critique of the studies, focus upon important methodological issues.

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