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From The CriticsReviewer: Charles C Wang, MD, MS (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This book covers the most updated knowledge in clinical neurology. The new edition continues its elegant written style. The principles of neurology are extensively illustrated in this book from basic neurosciences to pathophysiology and clinical aspects.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide information that is essential not only to the practice of neurology and neurosugery, but also to the practice of internal medicine, pediatrics, and psychiatry. The authors' purpose is clearly achieved.
Audience: The audience includes neurologists, neurosurgeons, internists, pediatricians, psychiatrists, emergency and intensive care physicians, primary care physicians, neuropathologists, and orthopedists at all levels from attending physicians to resident physicians. The authors are highly credible authorities in this field.
Features: This book covers broad aspects of clinical neurology necessary fro clinical practice. The organization is unique, starting from patient approach, cardinal manifestations of neurological disease, to specific neruological diseases. New develpments in neurology, such as molecular neurology and genetics, are incorporated in this edition. The inherited metabolic, congenital, developmental, and psychiatric disorders are largely emphasized.
Assessment: This edition inherits the tradition of elegant writing from its previous editions and expands on the information presented. The authors are highly respected authorities in the field, although Dr. Adams is no longer the official author. This book is still the "bible" of neurology.