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Duus' Topical Diagnosis in Neurology: Anatomy, Physiology, Signs, Symptoms (5th edition) (Repost)

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Duus' Topical Diagnosis in Neurology: Anatomy, Physiology, Signs, Symptoms (5th edition) (Repost)

Duus' Topical Diagnosis in Neurology: Anatomy, Physiology, Signs, Symptoms (5th edition) By Mathias Baehr, Michael Frotscher
2012 | 344 Pages | ISBN: 3136128052 | PDF | 67 MB


The fifth edition of Duus' classic title Topical Diagnosis in Neurology continues to provide a clear, integrated presentation of anatomy, function, and disorders of the central nervous system and serves as a quick reference for practitioners and trainees alike. It elucidates the neuroanatomical pathways that lead to specific clinical syndromes and demonstrates how solid anatomical knowledge combined with a thorough neurological examination can help localize a lesion and arrive at a diagnosis. Features of the Fifth Edition: * A modern, integrated, and interdisciplinary approach to topical neurologic diagnosis, showing how knowledge of basic neuroanatomy and neurophysiology can be applied in the clinical setting * An enlarged page design that showcases more than 400 detailed anatomic illustrations including CT and MRI images of the highest quality * A logical, thematic structure, with useful summaries at the beginning of each chapter and color-coded section headings that enable readers to distinguish between neuroanatomical and clinical material at-a-glance * A collection of updated case studies, state-of-the-art imaging examples, and a new introduction to the principle components of the nervous system * A wide range of study aids and clinical correlations that support the emphasis on integrative medicine in the current medical school curriculum"/li> Topical Diagnosis in Neurology, Fifth Edition is an ideal reference for neurologists and neuroscientists who correlate neurologic diseases to anatomic location to complete a diagnosis or understand a clinical syndrome. It is also an essential tool for trainees and advanced students who need a solid grounding in key neurofunctional relationships.