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From The CriticsReviewer: Joseph I Sirven, MD (Mayo Clinic Arizona)
Description: This excellent book is devoted to the diagnosis and management of patients with peripheral neuropathy.
Purpose: Peripheral neuropathies are a common condition, often comorbid with other systemic problems, yet challenging to diagnose and treat.
Audience: Because clinicians of all types often deal with these patients, this book is designed for neurologists, orthopedists, surgeons, medical students, neurology residents, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. The authors are well-known authorities in the field.
Features: The book covers the clinical presentation of the different types of neuropathy, followed by mononeuropathies and diffuse and symmetric polyneuropathies. It is filled with excellent tables, figures, diagrams, and graphs.
Assessment: This is an excellent addition to any hospital or medical school library. The book is easy to understand and practical in its design and layout. All practitioners who encounter patients with peripheral neuropathies would appreciate this first-class book.