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Overview

Neurology Video Textbook is the first fully electronic neurology text. Available in multiple formats including DVD, PC, MAC, and iPad, users hear patients describe symptoms in their own words and see neurologic pathologies and exam findings demonstrated on screen, enabling them to truly appreciate and recognize classic disease presentations.

Neurology Video Textbook is organized in broad general categories (vascular neurology, movement disorders, behavioral neurology, epilepsy, etc.) and is presented as individual cases with audio and video. The cases open with a video demonstrating a relevant clinical finding in neurology. Each case includes: comprehensive description of the problem and patient presentation, key teaching points, neuroradiologic findings, associated pathology and neuroanatomy, and disease management and follow-up. All cases link to thorough descriptive sections that provide clinical and scientific overviews of the major categories of neurologic diseases and disorders.

Neurology Video Textbook Features:

  • Over 1,700 actual patient videos and sequential 3D CT and MRI scans that visually convey the rich and varied spectrum of neurologic disease
  • More than 350 supplemental illustrations and images
  • Each case includes discussion of imaging findings, neuroanatomy, key teaching points, and disease management
  • A novel teaching and learning tool: Neurology Video Textbook demonstrates rather than describes classic neurologic presentations
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Editorial Reviews

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94 points -- 4 Stars!

"This is a fantastic addition to clinical neurology training. Its unique format allows trainees to learn from real-life examples of neurological pathology. The video clips are a valuable resource and provide high-yield, clinically-relevant information that cannot be adequately conveyed in a traditional text-only format." -- Doody's Review

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Reviewer: Kristin M Scott, MD (Mayo Clinic Florida)
Description: For many important neurological diseases, proper diagnosis hinges on obtaining an accurate history and observing pertinent physical exam findings. This electronic neurology book allows users to hear real patients' descriptions of symptoms in their own words and to see pertinent physical exam findings.
Purpose: Many physical exam findings are difficult to convey in words, and this video format is designed to demonstrate rather than describe key findings. It also provides narrative explanations of key topics as well as radiographic images.
Audience: This is intended for medical students and residents in training. While the information is straightforward and easy to understand, the video also is comprehensive and covers the most important topics.
Features: The quality of the video clips is excellent. The neuro-ophthalmology and movement disorder sections are particularly well done and well suited to this format. These are subspecialty areas in which real-life examples of physical exam findings are incredibly helpful in the learning process. The accompanying radiographic images are also high quality. One minor shortcoming of the imaging clips is that they play slice-by-slice very quickly and, although it is possible to pause them on one slice at a time, I didn't see a way to play them slice-by-slice more slowly. Overall, however, the DVD is comprehensive, concise, and user-friendly. It loaded easily on my laptop and navigation was fairly simple and intuitive. There were only a couple places where I followed a link and was unsure how to navigate back to the previous screen.
Assessment: This is a fantastic addition to clinical neurology training. Its unique format allows trainees to learn from real-life examples of neurological pathology. The video clips are a valuable resource and provide high-yield, clinically-relevant information that cannot be adequately conveyed in a traditional text-only format.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781936287567
  • Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 2/15/2013
  • Format: DVD - NTSC
  • Edition number: 1
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 7.60 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Departments of Neurology and Psychiatry, NYU Langone School of Medicine
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Table of Contents

1. Vascular Neurology: Ischemia, Hemorrhage, Blood Vessel Diseases; 2. Behavioral Neurology, Aphasias, and Dementia; 3. Epilepsy; 4. Neuromuscular and Peripheral Nerve Disorders: Guillain-Barré Syndrome, Peripheral Nerves, Myasthenia, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis; 5. Movement Disorders; 6. Demyelinating Diseases: Multiple Sclerosis, Neuromyelitis Optica; 7. Neuro-Ophthalmology: Cranial Nerves 3,4,6 and Cavernous Sinus, Supranuclear and Peripheral Disorders of Eye Movements (containing Parinaud's Syndrome), Visual Loss and Pituitary; 8. Parasomina/Sleep; 9. Cranial Nerves; 10. Infectious Diseases; 11. Central Nervous System Neoplasms and Neurocutaneous Syndromes; 12. Spinal Cord Disorders
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