Publication Year: 2008
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Extensively illustrated and liberally laced with clinically helpful tools, Clinical Adult Neurology is an affordable reference for all clinicians and residents.
The book is organized into three sections, with Section 1 covering all aspects of neurologic evaluation, Section 2 describing common clinical problems in neurology, and Section 3 discussing all aspects of neurologic diseases. All sections and chapters emphasize the clinical approach to the patient with consistently useful pedagogical tools, including Features tables for diagnostic help with all neurologic diseases, Pearls and Perils boxes that represent pithy distillations of clinical wisdom from leading experts, Key Clinical Questions boxes that help clinicians frame patient diagnosis and management; and annotated bibliographies that highlight the most important references for further study.
The book organization, format, and features all stress the efficient and well-rationed use of medical care for patients with neurologic disease. Succinct content presentations make all information easy to locate and digest. The format will also be a helpful tool for those preparing for examinations.
With emphasis on diagnostic tools and strategies as well as management pearls and perils, Clinical Adult Neurology will meet the needs of all health care practitioners caring for patients with neurologic disorders.
Clinical Adult Neurology