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Overview

A multidisciplinary team offers a definitive and practical source on nervous system dysfunction as it relates to ambulatory patients, and provide concise diagnosis and treatment recommendations.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Steven U. Brint, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This large multiauthored book offers the practicing neurologist a comprehensive text geared toward the outpatient management of neurology.
Purpose: The purpose is to offer a comprehensive text geared to outpatient adult neurology that provides quick access to detailed information necessary for the quality delivery of neurological care. In this era of outpatient medicine, this is a worthy objective. The book has largely met and usually exceeds these objectives.
Audience: The book is targeted primarily toward the practicing neurologist or neurology resident in training. More than 200 authors representing a wide spectrum of specialists in neurological and allied fields have contributed.
Features: The book is conservatively illustrated; one small block of color plates is presented. There are numerous useful tables and a limited number of selected references after each chapter. This is a large, neat but dense volume.
Assessment: This one-stop shopping neurology compendium has a wealth of useful clinical information. At times it oversteps its alleged office practice focus with chapters that seem more appropriate in a standard text. The book's huge scope makes it unavoidable that certain information is outdated, yet most chapters are so well done that their utility will be largely preserved until the next edition. For the office practitioner and outpatient neurology clinic, the text will fill a niche that supersedes current standard neurology texts.
Steven U. Brint
This large multiauthored book offers the practicing neurologist a comprehensive text geared toward the outpatient management of neurology. The purpose is to offer a comprehensive text geared to outpatient adult neurology that provides quick access to detailed information necessary for the quality delivery of neurological care. In this era of outpatient medicine, this is a worthy objective. The book has largely met and usually exceeds these objectives. The book is targeted primarily toward the practicing neurologist or neurology resident in training. More than 200 authors representing a wide spectrum of specialists in neurological and allied fields have contributed. The book is conservatively illustrated; one small block of color plates is presented. There are numerous useful tables and a limited number of selected references after each chapter. This is a large, neat but dense volume. This one-stop shopping neurology compendium has a wealth of useful clinical information. At times it oversteps its alleged office practice focus with chapters that seem more appropriate in a standard text. The book's huge scope makes it unavoidable that certain information is outdated, yet most chapters are so well done that their utility will be largely preserved until the next edition. For the office practitioner and outpatient neurology clinic, the text will fill a niche that supersedes current standard neurology texts.
Booknews
A practical text for practitioners of general neurology, encompassing most of the problems confronting clinicians seeing outpatients with neurological problems. The volume contains 230 contributed chapters arranged in nine parts: principles of ambulatory neurology and the approach to clinical problems; cerebrovascular disease; immune and infectious disease; spinal cord and peripheral neuromuscular disease; movement disorders; behavioral neurology and epilepsy; neuro-oncology; neurology in general medicine; and headache and pain. In the interest of the focus on office practice, the results of clinical science are included only insofar as they further the discussion of clinical topics. Illustrated in b&w throughout, with a six-page section of color plates. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780443088162
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1280

Table of Contents

Pt. I Principles of Ambulatory Neurology and the Approach to Clinical Problems
Sect. 1 Principles of Diagnoses: The General Approach to Neurologic Diagnoses
Sect. 2 Principles of Diagnoses: Common Presenting Symptoms and Findings
Sect. 3 Principles of Diagnoses: Special Tests
Sect. 4 Principles of Treatment
Pt. II Cerebrovascular Disease
Sect. 1 General Aspects of Cerebrovascular Disease
Sect. 2 Common Pathogeneses of Stroke
Sect. 3 Less Common Causes of Stroke
Sect. 4 Clinical Features and Management of Cerebrovascular Disease
Pt. III Immune and Infectious Diseases
Sect. 1 Immune-Mediated Disease
Sect. 2 Infectious Diseases
Sect. 3 Spirochetal Infections
Sect. 4 Fungal and Parasitic Infections
Sect. 5 Viral Infections
Sect. 6 Nerves and Muscle
Sect. 7 Other Infections and Mimickers
Pt. IV Spinal Cord and Peripheral Neuromuscular Disease
Sect. 1 Diseases of the Spinal Cord
Sect. 2 Motor Neuron Disease
Sect. 3 Diseases of Peripheral Nerve
Sect. 4 Diseases of Neuromuscular Transmission
Sect. 5 Diseases of Muscle
Pt. V Movement Disorders
Sect. 1 Parkinson's Disease and Parkinsonian Syndromes
Sect. 2 Non-Parkinsonian Movement Disorders
Pt. VI Behavioral Neurology and Epilepsy
Sect. 1 Behavioral Neurology
Sect. 2 Epilepsy
Sect. 3 Disorders of Sleep
Sect. 4 Psychiatric and Social Issues in Neurologic Practice
Pt. VII Neuro-Oncology
Sect. 1 Brain Tumors: General Aspects
Sect. 2 Specific Tumor Types
Sect. 3 Spinal Cord Tumors
Sect. 4 Neurologic Complications of Systemic Cancer
Pt. VIII Neurology in General Medicine
Sect. 1 Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery
Sect. 2 Pulmonary Disorders
Sect. 3 Nephrology and Urology
Sect. 4 Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Sect. 5 Hematology
Sect. 6 Endocrinology and Metabolism
Sect. 7 Toxins and Drug Effects
Sect. 8 Organ Transplantation
Sect. 9 Rheumatology
Pt. IX Headache and Pain
Sect. 1 General Aspects of Headache
Sect. 2 Headache Symptoms and their Treatment
Sect. 3 Special Headache Problems
Sect. 4 General Aspects of Pain
Sect. 5 Generalized and Regional Pain Syndromes
Sect. 6 Treatment of Pain
Appendix A
Appendix B
Index
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