Adams and Victor's Principles of Neurology [NOOK Book]

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A new take on the classic, definitive text on the full spectrum of neurology. Reflecting a modern approach to neurology, Adams and Victor’s Principles of Neurology, 8/e new format highlights a more complete and accessible approaches to treatment and clinical management strategies. This thoroughly revised edition features more coverage of treatment and neuroimaging, renown signs and symptoms sections integrated throughout, and over 800 illustrations.
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Adams and Victor's Principles of Neurology

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Overview

A new take on the classic, definitive text on the full spectrum of neurology. Reflecting a modern approach to neurology, Adams and Victor’s Principles of Neurology, 8/e new format highlights a more complete and accessible approaches to treatment and clinical management strategies. This thoroughly revised edition features more coverage of treatment and neuroimaging, renown signs and symptoms sections integrated throughout, and over 800 illustrations.
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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Marian P LaMonte, MD, MSN (University of Maryland School of Medicine)
Description: This eighth edition of this well-written standard textbook of neurology improves upon previous editions (last in 2001) by including several significant changes in the field of neurology, particularly treatments.
Purpose: The objective of the authors is to provide the field with a textbook that includes the phenomenology of neurological diseases and a disciplined presentation of clinical data. This book meets these objectives, providing readers with a reference for both clinical and training purposes.
Audience: The book is well suited for any professional in the field of neurologic disorders, especially those in training, in clinical practice, and educators. With their judicious review of each current topic, the authors provide insights into a variety of aspects one must consider in this specialty.
Features: Prior editions of this book are likely well known to readers who have studied in the field. The early chapters cover neurologic disease manifestations and phenomenology. Later chapters discuss specific diseases and disorders. Particularly good information can be found on neuromuscular diseases, encephalopathic disorders, disorders of the senses, and nervous system toxins. The exceptionally well-written text lessens the need for pictures and artwork, but these would be welcomed in the next edition. The book may need to be printed in two volumes.
Assessment: Principles of Neurology is well known to generations of neurologists. Drs. Ropper and Brown have managed to refresh the contents, making this edition as exciting to me as when I opened my first copy in 1993. It is a particularly helpful resource for those learning neurology for the first time, or for those wishing to review fundamentals and the most current balanced thinking in this field.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071479455
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 3/29/2005
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1500
  • File size: 42 MB
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Meet the Author

Allan Ropper, M.D


Professor of Neurology


Tufts Medical College


Chief of Neurology


St. Elizabeth’s Hospital


Boston, MA

Robert H. Brown, M.D.


Professor of Neurology


Harvard Medical School


Director, Neuromuscular Laboratories


Massachusetts General Hospital


Boston, MA

Bob Brown is one of the leading experts on ALS(Lou Gehrig’s Disease) and other neuromuscular diseases. Allan Ropper has distinguished himself as the preeminent thought-leader in the field of neurologic emergencies, and continues to hold annual educational symposia on this topic at the annual AAN meeting.

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Table of Contents

Part 1: THE CLINICAL METHOD OF NEUROLOGY Chapter 1: Approach to the Patient with Neurologic Disease Chapter 2: Special Techniques for Neurologic Diagnosis Part 2: CARDINAL MANIFESTATIONS OF NEUROLOGIC DISEASE Section 1: Disorders of Motility Chapter 3: Motor Paralysis Chapter 4: Abnormalities of Movement and Posture Due to Disease of the Basal Ganglia Chapter 5: Incoordination and Other Disorders of Cerebellar Function Chapter 6: Tremor, Myoclonus, Focal Dystonias, and Tics Chapter 7: Disorders of Stance and Gait Section 2: Pain and Other Disorders of Somatic Sensation, Headache, and Backache Chapter 8: Pain Chapter 9: Other Somatic Sensation Chapter 10: Headache and Other Craniofacial Pains Chapter 11: Pain in the Back, Neck, and Extremities Section 3: Disorders of the Special Senses Chapter 12: Disorders of Smell and Taste. Chapter 13: Disturbances of Vision Chapter 14: Disorders of Ocular Movement and Pupillary Function Chapter 15: Deafness, Dizziness, and Disorders of Equilibrium Section 4: Epilepsy and Disorders of Consciousness Chapter 16: Epilepsy and Other Seizure Disorders Chapter 17: Coma and Related Disorders of Consciousness Chapter 18: Faintness and Syncope Chapter 19: Sleep and Its Abnormalities Section 5: Derangements of Intellect, Behavior, and Language Due to Diffuse and Focal Cerebral Disease Chapter 20: Delirium and Other Acute Confusional States Chapter 21: Dementia and the Amnesic (Korsakoff) Syndrome Chapter 22: Neurologic Disorders Caused NEUROLOGIC in Particular Parts of the Cerebrum Chapter 23: Disorders of Speech and Language Section 6: Disorders of Energy, Mood, and Autonomic, and Endocrine Functions Chapter 24: Fatigue, Asthenia, Anxiety, and Depressive Reactions Chapter 25: The Limbic Lobes and the Neurology of Emotion Chapter 26: Disorders of the Autonomic Nervous System, Respiration, and Swallowing Chapter 27: The Hypothalamus and Neuroendocrine Disorders Part 3: GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND THE NEUROLOGY OF AGING Chapter 28: Normal Development and Deviations in Development of the Nervous System Chapter 29: The Neurology of Aging Part 4: THE MAJOR CATEGORIES OF NEUROLOGIC DISEASE Chapter 30: Disturbances of Cerebrospinal Fluid and Its Circulation, including Hydrocephalus, Pseudotumor Cerebri, and Low-Pressure Syndromes Chapter 31: Intracranial Neoplasms and Paraneoplastic Disorders Chapter 32: Infections of the Nervous System (Bacterial, Fungal, Spirochetal, Parasitic) and Sarcoidosis Chapter 33: Viral Infections of the Nervous System, Chronic Meningitis, and Prion Diseases Chapter 34: Cerebrovascular Diseases Chapter 35: Craniocerebral Trauma Chapter 36: Multiple Sclerosis and Allied Demyelinative Diseases Chapter 37: The Inherited Metabolic Diseases of the Nervous System Chapter 38: Developmental Diseases of the Nervous System Chapter 39: Degenerative Diseases of the Nervous System Chapter 40: The Acquired Metabolic Disorders of the Nervous System Chapter 41: Diseases of the Nervous System Due to Nutritional Deficiency Chapter 42: Alcohol and Alcoholism Chapter 43: Disorders of the Nervous System Due to Drugs, Toxins, and Other Chemical Agents Part 5: DISEASES OF SPINAL CORD, PERIPHERAL NERVE, AND MUSCLE Chapter 44: Diseases of the Spinal Cord Chapter 45: Electrophysiologic and Laboratory Aids in the Diagnosis of Neuromuscular Disease Chapter 46: Diseases of the Peripheral Nerves Chapter 47: Diseases of the Cranial Nerves Chapter 48: Principles of Clinical Myology: Diagnosis and Classification of Diseases of Muscle and Neuromuscular Function Chapter 49: The Inflammatory Myopathies Chapter 50: The Muscular Dystrophies Chapter 51: The Metabolic and Toxic Myopathies Chapter 52: The Congenital Neuromuscular Disorders Chapter 53: Myasthenia Gravis and Related Disorders of the Neuromuscular Junction Chapter 54: The Periodic Paralyses and Hereditary, Nondystrophic Myotonias Chapter 55: Disorders of Muscle Characterized by Cramp, Spasm, Pain, and Localized Masses Part 6: PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS Chapter 56: The Neuroses and Personality Disorders Chapter 57: Reactive Depression, Endogenous Depression, and Manic-Depressive Disease Chapter 58: The Schizophrenias and Paranoid States
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