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Doody's Review ServiceReviewer: Amarish A Dave', D.O.(University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This is a review of clinical neurology with an emphasis on anatomy and physiology.
Purpose: It is intended as a review source for basic neurology and a review of relevant anatomy and clinical correlations.
Audience: The book is targeted to clinicians as a review and to residents as a quick reference. It may also serve as an initial text for medical students who are on a neurology service.
Features: All the major clinical areas of neurology are covered using a systems approach. From cell neurophysiology to the gross anatomy and physiologic correlates, the book covers the relevant clinical neurology. As an introduction, it serves as a good bridge between the basic science and the world of clinical neurology. Particularly helpful are the clinical vignettes in each chapter that reinforce the clinical relevance of the basic science material presented.
Assessment: The book is one of the best in its category. It is very useful and is one of the most comprehensive, yet readable books for residents and students.