Intoxications of the Nervous System, Volume 64

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Elsevier, 1994 - Nervous system - 506 pages
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Hardbound. After a general introduction on the principles of clinical neurotoxicology, detailed information on separate classes of compounds is presented, written and reviewed by expert neurologists and toxicologists. A wide range of potentially neurotoxic substances is covered. Part I includes general aspects of clinical neurotoxicology, and chapters on solvents, pesticides, warfare agents, and metals. The separate chapters combine clinical data on diagnosis and treatment with basic toxicological knowledge of the biokinetics and mode of action of many neurotoxicants.This volume of the renowned Handbook of Clinical Neurology series constitutes the most exhaustive review of human neurotoxicology presently available.

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