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  • Cary D. Alberstone, Edward C. Benzel, Imad M. Najm et al.;Anatomic Basis of Neurologic Diagnosis (2009; 1st Edition)

    Anatomic Basis of Neurologic Diagnosis is a lavishly illustrated book that places special emphasis on the paramount importance of signs and symptoms for the accurate diagnosis of neurologic disorders. It opens with a comprehensive review of neuroembryology, enabling readers to gain knowledge of normal nervous system development and related developmental disorders. The second section of the book comprises an easily accessible presentation of the anatomy of regional parts and to-the-point information on the cardinal manifestations of disease. Separate chapters in the third section of the book present the anatomy of different functional systems and provide practical approaches to diagnosing patients with system disorders. A final chapter covers the anatomy of the vascular system and cerebrospinal fluid.

    Highlights:

    Practical organization of chapters, according to regions and functional systems, reflects the clinician's approach to patient care
    Full-color illustrations provide an indispensable visual aid to learning and reviewing clinically relevant neurologic anatomy and pathways
    Numerous tables summarize key points

    Ideal for reading cover-to-cover, this book is essential for residents and students seeking to fully understand the complexity of clinical neuroanatomy. Seasoned clinicians will find the book a valuable refresher.

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  • Reinhard RohkammColor Atlas of Neurology (2004; 1st Edition)

    The nervous system and musculature are affected in nearly all diseases, making accurate diagnosis of specific neurologic conditions especially challenging. Now in a long awaited second edition, this acclaimed Thieme Flexibook elucidates even the most difficult concepts through its clear, compact text and lavish illustrations.

    Key Features:

    Covers the entire scope of the field, from anatomy, physiology and structural basics to normal and abnormal nervous system function, neurologic syndromes (e.g., cerebral and spinal disorders, peripheral neuropathies, myopathies) and state-of-the-art diagnostic techniques
    Creates didactic, two-page teaching units by placing lucid text opposite exquisite, fully labeled illustrations ideal for learning and retention
    Includes new sections on the limbic system, vasculature of the cerebellum, spinal fluid, neuroimmunology, neurodegeneration, neurotransmitters, botulismus and more
    Highlights all signs, symptoms, and neurologic disease patterns for quick recognition and identification of disorders
    Provides a comprehensive section of tables for easy access to the most important facts needed in the clinic

    Medical students and residents will be pleased with its clear, instructive presentation of sophisticated topics, while neurologists, neurosurgeons, primary care physicians, nurses and other medical personnel will find this stunning visual guide essential in daily practice.

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  • Ben Greenstein, Adam GreensteinColor Atlas of Neuroscience (1999; 1st Edition)

    Taking a uniquely visual approach to complex subject matter, this pocket Flexibook gives you a full understanding of the basics of neuroscience with 193 exquisite color plates and concise text. Following in the successful tradition of the basic sciences Thieme Flexibooks, this title presents anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology of neuroscience. You will find in-depth coverage of: neuroanatomy, embryology, cellular neuroscience, somatosensory processing, motor control, brain stem and cranial outflow, autonomic nervous system, and much more! The book is designed to supplement larger texts and is ideal as both an introduction to the subject and a complete study guide for exam preparation. It will prove invaluable for all medical and biology students.

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  • Mark K. BorsodyComprehensive Board Review in Neurology (2009; 2nd Edition)

    The second edition of Comprehensive Neurosurgery Board Review contains all the information you need to prepare for the American Board of Neurological Surgery (ABNS) written examination. Authored by a team of expert clinicians and neurosurgery trainees who earned top scores on their exams, this edition distills the current knowledge of the neurosciences and essential information for clinical practice. Six chapters provide comprehensive coverage of core concepts in anatomy, physiology, pathology, radiology, neurology, neurosurgery, and critical care.

    Features of the second edition:

    Concise descriptions aid rapid review of key concepts
    Bullet-point format enhances ease of use and facilitates comprehension
    Up-to-date coverage of classic symptoms and signs of common neurosurgical diseases
    Current information related to the genetic basis of neurosurgical conditions
    450 high-quality illustrations and images typical of those appearing on exams

    This superb review is an indispensable resource for neurosurgical residents preparing for the ABNS certification exam. It is also ideal for clinicians seeking a refresher or for those preparing for recertification exams.

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  • Sotirios A. TsementzisDifferential Diagnosis in Neurology and Neurosurgery. A Clinician's Pocket Guide. (1999; 1st Edition)

    This pocket-sized Thieme flexibook offers quick, reliable clarification of a wide and often confusing array of presenting symptoms. The book provides vital diagnostic information in a convenient tabular format that leaves no stone unturned in considering the rarer possibilities, and is enormously helpful in achieving an accurate diagnosis. Handy and comprehensive, it is ideal for physicians involved in examining and admitting patients who require neurosurgical intervention.

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