[PDF] Fundamentals of Neurology: An Illustrated Guide

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Author: Marco Mumenthaler | Publisher: Thieme | Category: Medicine | Language: English | Page: 304 | ISBN: 1588904504 | ISBN13: 9781588904508 |

Description: Fundamentals in Neurology presents a thorough introduction to the underlying principles of neurology. It contains detailed discussion of the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of neurologic syndromes and diseases of the brain and meninges, cranial nerves, spinal cord, spinal nerve roots, peripheral nerves, including multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, as well as other myopathies and myelinopathies. Placing special emphasis on the importance of the clinical neurological examination, this text provides the clinician with the knowledge essential for the professional setting. More than 300 illustrations provide concrete, visual aids to complex subject matter. With an easy-to-access thumb index, tables, and shaded text boxes, this text speeds the medical student, post-graduate trainee, neurologist, or specialist through learning and review of key topics in neurology.

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