|Other titles||Essentials of the neurologic examination.|
|Statement||Elliott L. Mancall.|
|Contributions||Mancall, Elliott L., 1927-|
|LC Classifications||RC348 .A42 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||81000919|
Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or Cited by: 2. Canadian Medical Association Journal [01 Sep , (5)] Type: book-review, Book ReviewCited by: 2. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: A.M. Hakim. A brand new edition of Essential Neurology brings the text fully up-to-date. This book is a core text for medical students and junior doctors, who want a comprehensive yet concise practical guide to clinical neurology. To make the book more readable and digestible, we have introduced colour into the text. This text provides clear explanations of the most common neurological and neurosurgical.
Essentials of Hospital Neurology is a practical yet concise guide to diagnosis and management of disorders commonly encountered in hospital practice. The book begins with a discussion of the business of hospital neurology, including strategies for optimizing quality and efficiency of the practice. Next is a problem-oriented approach to diagnosis, starting with chief complaint then discussing. Results: Twenty-seven neurologists rated 24 of 38 items as essential steps of the neurological examination of the unconscious patient, with a high level of agreement amongst survey participants. Essential Neuroscience 3rd Edition PDF Free Download E-BOOK DESCRIPTION Essential Neuroscience, 3e integrates must-have neuroscience information with clinical and physiological considerations to help readers master the fundamentals of neuroscience and . Absolute Pediatric Neurology Essential Questions and Answers. Authors: Awaad, Yasser “It is apparent that this book can be used as a tool in preparation for the pediatric neurology board exam, for self-assessment around the time of a pediatric neurology rotation, or as a reference for practicing physicians involved in the care of.
Background: Graduating medical students often identify the neurologic examination (NE) as one of the clinical skills with which they are least comfortable. We hypothesized that this is because they are unsure about which elements of the NE are important, and conducted a study 1) to identify whether neurologists agree about the essential elements of the NE and 2) to determine whether the views. Preface to the fourth edition, vii Preface to the ﬁrst edition, viii Acknowledgements, ix Abbreviations, x 1 Clinical skills, physical signs and anatomy, 1 2 Stroke, 25 3 Brain tumour, 40 4 Head injury, 55 5 Parkinsonism, involuntary movements and ataxia, 67 6 Paraplegia, 83 7 Multiple sclerosis, 99 8 Cranial nerve disorders, 9 Nerve root, nerve plexus and peripheral nerve lesions, The principle of neurologic examination is localization of the lesion followed by a differential diagnosis of the cause of the lesion. This is a sacrosanct principle and cannot be ignored despite rapid development in technology. This chapter, however, has to ignore failure of some patients to describe a particular symptom, information. Language: English ISBN: , LCCN: MeSH: Neurologic Examination* Notes: Previously published as: Essentials of the neurological examination. NLM ID: [Book].