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Introduction to Clinical Neurology

A practical guide to an often intimidating subject! Readers will appreciate the clear, sensible discussions of common neurologic conditions in this nicely updated New Edition. It details the initial examination, interpretation of results, diagnosis, treatment options, and more. Dr. Gelb's systematic approach to patient management, and his reader-friendly style, makes complex information easy to understand and apply.

Audience
3rd and 4th year medical students

Paperback, 408 Pages

Published: April 2005

Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann

ISBN: 978-0-7506-7506-2

Contents

  • Part I. THE BASIC APPROACH

    Where's the Lesion?

    The Neurologic Examination

    What's the Lesion?


    Part II. COMMON DISEASES

    Stroke

    Seizures

    Neuromuscular Disorders

    Dementing Illnesses

    Movement Disorders

    Sleep Disorders

    Multifocal Central Nervous System Disorders


    Part III COMMON SYMPTOMS

    Acute Mental Status Changes

    Headache

    Visual Symptoms

    Dizziness and Disequilibrium

    Back Pain and Neck Pain

    Incontinence


    Part IV BOOKENDS

    Pediatric Neurology

    Geriatric Neurology


    Part V PRACTICE CASES

    Case Histories

    Answers

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