Publication Year: 2007
Authors/Editor: Kalman, Bernadette; Brannagan III, Thomas H.;
Written by field experts, Neuroimmunology in Clinical Practice fills a gap in existing neuroimmunology literature by focusing on clinical applications.
Neuroimmunology has developed into a particularly dynamic subspecialty of neurology, with the daily emergence of new information which necessitates frequent changes in clinical practice. In recognition of the difficult task that young medical and science professionals face when studying and practicing modern neuroimmunology, this comprehensive volume provides a description of immune mediated neurological disorders and complements this examination with the most pertinent and up-to-date scientific data. Written by field experts, Neuroimmunology in Clinical Practice fills a void in traditional neuroimmunology literature, which tends to cover the discipline's scientific aspects with little emphasis on clinical applications. This unique book is essential reading in clinical neuroimmunology and ideal for neurologists and medical students, as well as for upper-level undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students of neuroimmunology.
Neuroimmunology in Clinical Practice