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Modern neurological investigations have brought huge advances to the diagnosis and understanding of diseases of the nervous system. Their number and complexity make it difficult even for the specialist to keep up to date. This book reviews every aspect of the investigation of neurological disease. The chapters are written by recognized international authorities and have been rigorously peer reviewed for the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry. Topics include: Electroencephalography Imaging: the adult brain, the head, blood vessels of the head and neck, and spinal cord Neuropsychological assessment Vision Visual loss Eye movements Disorders of balance Peripheral neuropathy Muscle disease Neurogenic bladder Metabolic disorders of the nervous system Cerebrospinal fluid Multimodal monitoring in neurointensive care. For neurologists, neurosurgeons, and psychiatrists, this concise yet comprehensive and extensively illustrated reference to current opinion and the latest technology provides and indispensable addition to the literature. It will be useful for specialists in training or in need of refreshment.
Release date NZ
January 30th, 1997
Edited by Richard Hughes
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