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Overview

Authoritative and expertly informed, the fifth edition of Neurology in Clinical Practice continues to bring you the most current clinical neurology in a versatile, multimedia format. The result of years of experience, this outstanding resource leads you through the thought processes of seasoned clinicians. This versatile, new E-dition includes the 2-volume set and a dedicated website featuring the entire text, fully searchable, along with video clips and additional full-color illustrations, links to related websites, and regular updates.

• Includes a new chapter on Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, reflecting latest in the clinical area of neurophysiology.

• Contains new contributions from some of the most respected names in the field.

• Utilizes a new, full-color design for a cleaner look that’s easier to consult.

• Covers all disorders and authoritative approaches to diagnosis and management.

• Keeps you up to date on the latest advances in the field.

• Logical formatting that mirrors the way you treat patients in practice.

Your purchase entitles you to access the web site until the next edition is published, or until the current edition is no longer offered for sale by Elsevier, whichever occurs first. If the next edition is published less than one year after your purchase, you will be entitled to online access for one year from your date of purchase. Elsevier reserves the right to offer a suitable replacement product (such as a downloadable or CD-ROM-based electronic version) should access to the web site be discontinued.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Joseph I Sirven, MD (Mayo Clinic Arizona)
Description: This is the fifth edition of this must-have, authoritative yet practical, multiauthored textbook covering essentially all areas of clinical neuroscience. This update of the 2004 edition includes a web site that allows readers to access updates to chapters as well as the ability to retrieve and download figures and supplementary videos. The authors are all authorities in their respective subspecialties.
Purpose: The purpose is to present an authoritative body of clinical neurology information that is practical for both those who are beginning their neuroscience training and those clinical neurologists caring for patients. The editors wish to present the "most comprehensive and most authoritative text of both the art and the science of neurology." The objectives are indeed worthy and, more importantly, they are met.
Audience: Intended for a broad audience of clinical neuroscience practitioners, the book features writing that is expert in tone but easily accessible to all neurology learners.
Features: No area of the clinical neurosciences is left uncovered. The editors have done an amazing job of presenting information in a number of ways. One can access content either by a symptom such as "falls" or by a grouping of disease problems such as "neurological disorders of skeletal muscle." The book has easy to read illustrations and terrific videos in the supplemental material which are highlighted in the book. The videos of EEG and seizures and of movement disorders are particularly helpful in demonstrating the 3-dimensional qualities of many neurological conditions. This has now become the book that all neurologists, hospitals, and academic libraries must possess and its absence would render a library incomplete.
Assessment: The fifth edition of this book continues to dazzle and improve upon previous editions. The web site with updates that accompanies the book and the rewritten material to reflect the rapid pace of discovery in neurogenetics and neurological therapeutics make purchase of this edition necessary even for owners of previous editions.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780750675253
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 12/20/2007
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 2624
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 11.05 (h) x 4.50 (d)

Table of Contents

VOLUME I: PRINCIPLES OF DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT

Part I: Approach to Common Neurologic Problems

01. Diagnosis of Neurological Disease, Joseph Jankovic, MD
02. Episodic impairment of consciousness, Joseph Bruni, MD FRCPC
03. Falls and drop attacks, Robert B. Daroff, MD and Bernd F. Remler, MD
04. Delirium and confusional states, Mario F Mendez, MD, PhD
05. Clinical approach to stupor and coma, Joseph R Berger, MD
06. Approaches to intellectual and memory impairments, Howard S. Kirshner, MD
07. Global developmental delay and developmental regression, David Michelson, MD and Stephen Ashwal, MD
08. Behavior and personality disturbances, Jane Paulsen, PhD and Carissa Nehl
09. Depression and psychosis in neurological practice, Bruce Price, MD and Evan D. Murray, MD
10. Upper Limb Action-Intentional and Cognitive-Apraxic Motor Disorders, Robert T. Watson. Kenneth Heilman, MD, Leslie J. Gonzalez Rothi and Edward Valenstein
11. The agnosias (incl definition of neglect), Howard S. Kirshner, MD
12. Language Disorders
12A. Aphasia. Howard S. Kirshner, MD
12B. Motor Speech Disorders: Dysarthria and Apraxia of Speech, Howard S. Kirshner, MD
13. Neurogenic dysphagia, Ronald Pfeiffer, MD
14. Vision loss, Robert Tomsak, MD PhD
15. Abnormalities of the optic nerve and retina, Sashank Prasad and Laura Balcer, MD
16. Eye movement disorders: Diplopia, nystagmus, and other ocular oscillations, Patrick Lavin, MB, BCh, BAO, MRCPI
17. Pupillary and eyelid abnormalities, Janet C. Rucker, M.D.
18. Dizziness, Vertigo, & Hearing loss, Robert W. Baloh, MD and Kevin Kerber, MD
19. Disturbances of taste and smell, Robert G Mair, MD and Pasquale Finelli, MD
20. Cranial and facial pain, Jerry Swanson, MD, David F. Black, MD, and J.D. Bartleson, MD
21. Brainstem syndromes, Michael Wall, MD
22. Ataxic disorders, SH Subramony, MD
23. Movement disorders: Diagnosis and assessment, Anthony E. Lang and Joseph Jankovic, MD
24. Gait disorders, Philip Thompson, MBBS, PhD, FRACP
25. Hemiplegia and monoplegia, Karl Misulis, MD PhD
26. Paraplegia and spinal cord syndromes, Stephen Waxman, MD PhD and Thomas Byrne, MD
27. Proximal, distal, and generalized weakness, David C Preston, MD, Barbara E. Shapiro, and Jenice A. Robinson
28. Muscle pain and cramps, Alan Pestronk, MD and J. Americo Fernandes Filho
29. The hypotonic (floppy) infant, Gerald M Fenichel, MD
30. Sensory abnormalities of the limbs, trunk, and face, Karl Misulis, MD, PhD
31. Neurological causes of bladder, bowel, and sexual dysfunction, Clare Fowler, FRCP and Ranan DasGupta, MA, MD, MRCS
32. Arm and neck pain, Michael Ronthal, MD
33. Lower back and lower limb pain, Karl Misulis, MD PhD

Part II: Neurological Investigations and Related Clinical Neurosciences

34. Laboratory investigations in diagnosis and management of neruological disease, Joseph Jankovic, MD
35. Clinical Neurophysiology
35A. Electroencephalography and evoked potentials, Ronald G Emerson, MD AND Timothy Pedley, MD
35B. Clinical Electromyography, Bashar Katirji, MD, FACP
35C. Transcranial magnetic stimulation, Mark Hallett, MD and Young Sohn, MD
35D. Intraoperative monitoring, Eli M. Mizrahi, MD
36. Neuroimaging
36A. Structural Neuroimaging, Rita C Bhatia, MBBS, MD and Evelyn Sklar, MD
36B. Angiography by computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging, Brian Bowen, MD and Rita C Bhatia, MBBS
36C. Neuroangiographic Functional Anatomy, Ajay Wakhloo, MD and Johnny S. Sandhu, MD
36D. Ultrasound Imaging of Cerebral Vasculature, Charles H. Tegeler and Viken L Babikian, MD
36E. Functional neuroimaging, Abdulrahim Alshehri, MD, FRCPC and A. Jon Stoessl, MD FRCP
37. Neuropsychology, Jane Paulsen, PhD and Kevin M. Duff
38. Neuro-Ophthalmology: Ocular Motor System, David Morrison, MD and Patrick Lavin, MB, BCh, BAO, MRCPI
39. Neuro-ophthalmology: Afferent Visual System, Robert Tomsak, MD, PhD
40. Neurotology: Laboratory investigations in diagnosis and management of neuro-otology disorders, Robert W Baloh, MD and Kevin Kerber, MD
41. Uro-neurology, Ranan DasGupta, MA, MD, MRCS and Clare Fowler, FRCP
42. Neuroepidemiology, Mitchell Wallin, MD MPH and John F Kurtzke, MD
43. Clinical neurogenetics, Stephen J. Tapscott, MD, PhD and Thomas Bird, MD
44. Neuroimmunology, Samia Khoury, MD and Tanuja Chitnis
45. Neuroendocrinology, Paul Cooper, MD FRCPC
46. Management of neurological disease, Joseph Jankovic, MD
47. Principles of neuropharmacology and therapeutics, Francis Gengo, MD
48. Principles of pain management, YiLi Zhou, MD
49. Principles of neurointensive care, Alejandro Rabinstein, MD
50. Principles of neurosurgery, Eric Deshaies, James M. Schumacher, Deborah O. Heros, MD, and Roberto Heros, MD
51. Principles of endovascular surgery, Italo Linfante, MD, Johnny Sandhu, MD, and Ajay Wakhloo, MD
52. Principles and practices of neurological rehabilitation (cut back on basic science), Bruce H. Dobkin, MD

VOLUME II: THE NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS

Part III: Neurological Diseases

53. Neurological Complications of Systemic Disease
53A. Neurological complications of systemic disease: In adults, Michael Aminoff, MD DSc, FRCP
53B. Neurological complications of systemic disease: In children, Aline Hamati, MD
54. Trauma of the Nervous System
54A. Basic neuroscience of neurotrauma, Dalton Dietrich, MD and Helen M. Bramlett, PhD
54B. Craniocerebral trauma, Donald Marion, MD
54C. Spinal cord trauma, Vishal C. Gala, MD, MPH, Richard Fessler, MD, Jean-Marc Voyadzis, MD, Dae-Hyun Kim, MD and Alparslan Asir, MD
54D. Trauma of the Nervous System: Peripheral Nerve Trauma, Bryan Tsao, MD, Brian Murray, MB, BCh, BAO, MSc, Francois Bethoux, MD and Nicholas Boulis, MD
55. Vascular Diseases of the Nervous System
55A. Ischemic cerebrovascular disease, José Biller, MD, Betsy B. Love, and Michael J. Schneck
55B. Intracerebral hemorrhage, Carlos Kase, MD
55C. Intracranial aneurysms and subarachnoid hemorrhage, Warren Selman, MD, Robert W Tarr, MD, and Jose Suarez, MD
55D. Vascular malformations, Warren Selman, MD, Robert W Tarr, MD, and Jose Suarez, MD
55E. Stroke in children, Meredith R. Golomb and José Biller, MD
55F. Spinal cord vascular disease, David Geldmacher, MD and Brian Bowen, MD
55G. Central nervous system vasculitis, James Schmidley, MD
56. Cancer and the Nervous System, Tracy Batchelor,MD MPH
56A. Epidemiology, Dominique S. Michaud, ScD
56B. Pathology and molecular genetics, Arie Perry, Reid R. Heffner, Jr., and David N. Louis, MD
56C. Clinical features and complications, Mark R. Gilbert, MD
56D. Management of primary nervous system tumors in adults, Joachim M Baehring, MD
56E. Management of primary nervous system tumors in infants and children, Samuel Blackman, MD, Alfredo D. Voloschin, MD and Jeffrey C. Allen, MD
56F. Nervous system metastases, Patrick Y. Wen, MD, David Schiff, MD and Aman Savani, MD
56G. Paraneoplastic disorders, Myrna R. Rosenfeld, MD, PhD and Josep Dalmau, MD, PhD
57. Infections of the Nervous System, Ashok Verma, MD, DM
57A. Bacterial Infections, Ashok Verman, MD, DM
57B. Viral infections, Kenneth L. Tyler, MD and Marylou Solbrig
57C. Fungal infections, Usha Kant Misra, Jayantee Kalita, and Ashok Verma, MD, DM
57D. Parasitic infections, Ashok Verma, MD, DM, Man Mohan Mehndiratta and Ashok Panagariya
57E. Neurological manifestations of Human Immunodeficiency Virus infection in adults, Ashok Verma, MD, DM
57F. Neurological manifestations of Human Immunodeficiency Virus infection in children, Ashok Verma, MD, DM
57G. Prion diseases, Thomas Wisniewski, Martin Sadowski, and Ashok Verma, MD, DM
58. Multiple Sclerosis and other inflammatory demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system, Aaron E. Miller and Fred D. Lublin, MD
59. Anoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy, E. F. Wijdicks, MD
60. Toxic and metabolic encephalopathies, Alan Lockwood, MD
61. Deficiency diseases of the nervous system, Yuen So, MD, PhD, and Roger P. Simon
62. Effects of Toxins and Physical Agents on the Nervous System
62A. Effects of occupational toxins of the nervous system, Michael Aminoff, MD, DSc, FRCP
62B. Effects of drug abuse on the nervous system, Yuen So
62C. Neurotoxins of animals and plants, Yuen So
62D. Marine toxins, Yuen So
62E. Effect of physical agents on the nervous system, Michael Aminoff, MD, DSc, FRCP
63. Brain edema and disorders of cerebrospinal fluid circulation, Gary Rosenberg, MD
64. Developmental disorders of the nervous system, Harvey Sarnat, MD, FRCPC and Laura Flores-Sarnat, MD
65. Developmental disabilities, Gail Ross, PhD and Ruth Nass, MD
66. Inborn errors of metabolism of the nervous system, Greg Pastores, MD
67. Mitochondrial disorders, Ashok Verma, MD, DM, Michio Hirano, and Carlos Moraes, MD
68. Channelopathies: Episodic and electrical disorders of the nervous system, Louis Ptáèek, MD, Robert A. Lenz MD, PhD, and Geoffrey Kerchner, MD, PhD
69. Neurocutaneous syndromes, Steve Roach, MD, and Monica P. Islam, MD
70. The dementias, Steven T DeKosky, MD, Daniel Kaufer, MD, and Oscar L Lopez, MD
71. The epilepsies, William H Trescher, MD and Ronald Lesser, MD
72. Sleep and its disorders, Sudhansu Chokroverty, MD
73. Headache and other craniofacial pain, Ivan Garza, MD, Christopher Boes, MD, Jerry Swanson, MD, David Dodick, MD, David Capobianco, MD, and F. Michael Cutrer, MD
74. Cranial neuropathies, Janet C Rucker, MD
75. Movement disorders, Kathleen M. Shannon and Joseph Jankovic, MD
76. Disorders of the cerebellum, including the degenerative ataxias, S. H. Subramony, MD
77. Disorders of bones, joints, ligaments, and meninges, David P. Ciaverella, DO and Richard Rosenbaum, MD
78. Disorders of upper and lower motor neurons, Brian Murray, MD and Hiroshi Mitsumoto, MD, DSc
79. Disorders of nerve roots and plexuses, David Chad, MD=
80. Disorders of peripheral nerves, Yad Harati, MD
81. Disorders of the autonomic nervous system, David Robertson, MD
82. Disorders of neuromuscular transmission, James F. Howard, Jr., MD and Donald Sanders, MD
83. Disorders of skeletal muscle, Anthony Amato, MD and Michael H. Brooke
84. Neurological problems of the newborn, Alan Hill, MD, PhD
85. Neurological problems of pregnancy, D. Malcolm Shaner, MD

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