Atlas of Clinical Neurology
Roger N. Rosenberg
Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 8, 2012 - Medical - 560 pages
The newly revised, comprehensive, four-color Atlas of Clinical Neurology is extensively updated with reference to current literature. The new third edition organizes the highest-quality images from the field of clinical neurology, including clinical syndromes, for neurologists and clinicians. The atlas highlights the enormous strides being made in the biologic understanding of neurologic disease, covering developmental and genetic diseases, neuroendocrine disorders, critical care neurology, cerebrovascular disease, dementias, behavioral neurology, neuro-oncology, movement disorders, epilepsy, neuromuscular diseases, infectious diseases, neuroimmunology, neurotoxic disorders, and headache. This indispensable collection contains over 1300 images including algorithms, tables, charts, and schematic drawings.
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Chapter 2 Genetic Diseases of the Nervous System
Chapter 3 Neuroendocrine Disorders
Chapter 4 Critical Care Neurology
Chapter 5 Cerebrovascular Disease
Chapter 6 Dementias
Chapter 7 Behavioral Neurology
Chapter 8 Neurooncology
Chapter 9 Movement Disorders
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