As before, the new edition of Neurology aims to provide students with a clinical approach to the common problems encountered in neurological practice, and to teach pertinent neurological examination. The new edition has been thoroughly revised throughout, introducing new developments in everyday neurological practice.
New material includes chapters on somatosensory abnormalities, autonomic abnormalities, and gait disorders and falls. There are twenty-four new case histories at the end of chapters which develop discussion the main text. They show how the general principles of neurology can be applied to the practical problems posed by patients. Some highlight diseases, or clinical approaches, which are not covered in the main text or they introduce important new treatments. Fully illustrated with clinical photographs and line diagrams, the look of the book has been completely