Motor Neuron Disorders

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Pamela J. Shaw, Michael J. Strong
Butterworth-Heinemann, 2003 - Medical - 569 pages
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Clinical and scientific text on the current knowledge about motor neuron disorders, most especially amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

  • Reader will have available most up-to-date information from the leading experts in this subspecialty who have been doing the research and are deeply involved in clinical practice.
  • Thorough coverage of a very difficult-to-diagnose and hard-to-manage group of disorders.
  • Readers will be able to manage their patients' care more accurately and will be able to distinguish not only among the motor neuron disorders themselves but also be able to determine whether the disease is another neuromuscular disorder entirely.

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Contents

Key Principles in the Clinical Diagnosis Pathology
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Pathology of Motor Neuron Disorders
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Neurophysiological Investigation of Motor Neuron Disorders
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Lecture Notes: Neurology
Lionel Ginsberg
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