Mayo Clinic Essential Neurology

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Oxford University Press, 2018 - Medical - 536 pages
Mayo Clinic Essential Neurology, Second Edition has been updated and designed with the busy medical student, resident, and clinician in mind. This rapidly changing specialty has more therapeutic options available to treat neurologic disease than ever before. The text, tables, and illustrations are enhanced with online videos, all designed to provide quick and concise information on common neurologic disorders.

The book addresses three main areas in fourteen user-friendly chapters: the neurologic examination and diagnostic testing, common neurologic symptoms, and common neurologic diseases. Each chapter is highly illustrated with figures and tables, and is accompanied with audio samples portraying dysarthias and videos showing gait, movement disorder, fasciculation, and other neurologic phenomena.

 

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Contents

2 Diagnostic Tests
42
3 Headache
63
4 Back and Limb Pain
117
5 Dizziness
149
6 Sensory Loss and Paresthesias
174
7 Weakness
207
8 Cognitive Loss
239
9 Spells
280
10 Pain
328
11 Cerebrovascular Disease
352
12 Movement Disorders
393
13 Immune and Infectious Diseases
430
14 Neurooncology
471
Index
493
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Andrea C. Adams, MD has been a clinical neurologist and educator over 25 years. She has been overseeing the neurology residents outpatient clinic over twenty years and teaching the neuroscience course for the Mayo Medical School for over fifteen.

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