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Books 2015

Neurology
Welcome to the
Neurology
books catalogue 2015.
Welcome to the latest selection of new Neurology books from Cambridge
University Press. I hope you will find titles of interest here, whatever your specialist
interest or scope of practice. We publish a wide range of products, including
clinical handbooks, works of reference, synoptic works useful for continuing
professional development or examination preparation, and research monographs.
We have a particularly strong offering in Stroke Medicine, including a new edition of Caplans Stroke;
a revision of Dr Caplans seminal work on the posterior circulation; and a volume in the Pitfalls Series on
cerebrovascular disease, edited by Jos Biller and Jos Ferro. Other highlights include new editions of both
Deep Brain Stimulation Management with new sections on the use of DBS in epilepsy and psychiatric
disorders and Hodges Frontotemporal Dementia.
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Caplans Stroke Deep Brain Stimulation


A Clinical Approach Management
Fifth edition Second edition
Edited by Louis R. Caplan Edited by William J. Marks
Department of Neurology, Beth Israel Deaconess University of California, San Francisco
Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts
This concise guide to deep brain
This expanded market-leading stimulation (DBS) covers all key aspects
guide on stroke provides a fully of practice. Fully revised throughout,
up-to-date account of the features the new edition includes important new
of cerebrovascular disease, stroke chapters on the treatment of epilepsy
syndromes, complications, and recovery and psychiatric conditions. A must-have
and rehabilitation in a comprehensive reference guide for any clinician working
and accessible manner. A must-have with DBS patients.
for medical specialists and consultants,
2015 246x189mm 264pp
as well as trainees, in neurology, 25b/willus.44colour illus.
stroke medicine, internal medicine and 978-1-107-08425-4 Hardback
neurorehabilitation. c.64.99/c.US$99.99
2016 276x219mm 896pp Publication September 2015
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c.79.99/c.US$125.00
Publication January 2016
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4 Movement Disorders
Parkinsons Disease Medication-Induced
Therapeutics: Current Movement Disorders
and Future Therapeutics Edited by Joseph H. Friedman
Department of Neurology, Brown University
and Clinical Trials
Edited by Nestor Galvez-Jimenez Covering various drugs including
Cleveland Clinic, Florida the major classes of medications
Hubert Fernandez working primarily on the brain, this
Cleveland Clinic, Ohio all-encompassing review of medication-
Alberto Espay induced movement disorders aids
University of Cincinnati early recognition and improved
and Susan Fox treatment. A vital reference for medical
Toronto Western Hospital specialists and consultants in neurology,
This modern review of the therapeutic neuropharmacology and mental health,
options for the management of and clinicians prescribing medications
Parkinsons disease covers new biologic crossing the blood-brain barrier.
agents, neuromodulation, and a 2015 246x189mm 208pp
2b/willus.1colour illus.18tables
wide range of agents for symptoms
978-1-107-06600-7 Hardback
management, as well as established 89.99/US$140.00
pharmacotherapy. Evidence from
Publication May 2015
randomized controlled clinical trials
For all formats available, see
is highlighted to develop practical www.cambridge.org/9781107066007
recommendations for the foundations of
solid therapeutics.
2015 246x189mm 352pp
978-1-107-05386-1 Hardback
c.80.00/c.US$125.00
Publication December 2015
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Movement Disorders 5

Movement Disorders Neuropsychiatric and


in Neurologic and Cognitive Changes
Systemic Disease in Parkinsons
Edited by Werner Poewe Disease and Related
Medical University Innsbruck
Movement Disorders
and Joseph Jankovic Diagnosis and Management
Baylor College of Medicine, Texas
Edited by Dag Aarsland
Provides comprehensive coverage of the Stavanger University Hospital, Stavanger
most common phenotypes of movement Jeffrey Cummings
disorders seen in systemic and general Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain
neurologic disease, as well as differential Health, Las Vegas
diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms. Daniel Weintraub
The chapters have been written by University of Pennsylvania
internationally recognized experts in and K. Ray Chaudhuri
their fields and more than 50 illustrative Kings College Hospital, London
videos provide pertinent bed-side Psychiatric and cognitive changes are
clinical information. common in patients with Parkinsons
Contents: Part I. General Principles; Part II. disease but these symptoms are often
Movement Disorders in Systemic Disease; under-diagnosed and under-treated.
Part III. Iatrogenic and Toxic Movement Written by experts in the field, with a
Disorders; Part IV. Movement Disorders consistent focus on relevant clinical
in General Neurology; Part V. Systemic knowledge, the book provides a
Complications of Movement Disorders. comprehensive overview, including all
2014 246x189mm 471pp major behavioral changes associated
42b/willus.12colour illus.71tables with Parkinsons disease.
978-1-107-02461-8 Hardback
90.00/US$140.00 This is a first-rate book on the
For all formats available, see neuropsychiatry of Parkinsons disease.
www.cambridge.org/9781107024618 It should be required reading for
clinicians who are involved in the
treatment of patients with this illness.
Doodys Notes

Contents: Part I. General Aspects; Part


II. Diagnosis and Biomarkers; Part III.
Specific Neuropsychiatric Disorders; Part IV.
Management; Part V. Other Issues.
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978-1-107-03922-3 Hardback
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6 Movement Disorders

Rehabilitation in Magnetic Resonance


Movement Disorders Imaging in Movement
Edited by Robert Iansek Disorders
Monash University, Victoria A Guide for Clinicians and Scientists
and Meg E. Morris Edited by Paul Tuite
La Trobe University, Victoria University of Minnesota
Providing comprehensive care for and Alain Dagher
patients with movement disorders is Montreal Neurological Institute
extremely challenging owing to the Magnetic Resonance Imaging in
complexity of these disorders. This book Movement Disorders is the first book
focuses on rehabilitation approaches to focus in detail on MRI in a range of
which attempt to minimize impairment movement disorders. Demonstrating
and maximize patient participation. both novel and standard imaging
Essential reading for neurologists, methods the book is essential reading
geriatricians, rehabilitation specialists for neurologists, radiologists and
and allied health professionals seeking movement disorder specialists.
to effectively manage these disorders. 2013 246x189mm 291pp
19b/willus.135colour illus.
A textbook which is comprehensive 978-1-107-02636-0 Hardback
and is sure to be invaluable to 95.00/US$150.00
clinicians working in movement
For all formats available, see
disorders and those encountering
www.cambridge.org/9781107026360
people living with movement disorders
in their clinical practice.
Movement Disorders

Contents: Part I. Background Concepts;


Part II. Intervention Options; Part III. Roles
of the Multidisciplinary Team; Part IV.
Rehabilitation of Specific Conditions; Part V.
Measurement of Therapy Outcomes.
2013 246x189mm 268pp
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978-1-107-01400-8 Hardback
74.99/US$114.99
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Stroke & Cerebrovascular Disease 7

Common Pitfalls in Vertebrobasilar Ischemia


Cerebrovascular Disease and Hemorrhage
Case-Based Learning Clinical Findings, Diagnosis and
Edited by Jos Biller Management of Posterior Circulation
Loyola University Stricht School of Medicine Disease
and Jos Ferro Second edition
Universidade de Lisboa Louis R. Caplan
A case-based teaching tool highlighting This comprehensive review of vascular
the importance of information derived disease in the vertebrobasilar circulation
from the history and the physical benefits from an organized and coherent
examination in forming a diagnosis. analysis of vascular disease involving
Cases illustrate the way in which such the posterior circulation, by one of the
clinical skills complement and inform worlds leading authorities. This new
the data obtained from ancillary edition is fully updated throughout,
testing. Highly accessible format for including major rewrites on diagnosis
busy clinicians reviewing patients with and therapy and with modern imaging
cerebrovascular disorders. techniques.
2015 246x189mm 272pp Contents: Part I. General Features of
152b/willus.41colour illus.28tables Cerebrovascular Disease in the Posterior
978-0-521-17365-0 Paperback Circulation; Part II. Posterior Circulation
44.99/US$69.99 Ischemia Specific Vascular Sites and
Publication July 2015 Conditions; Part III. Posterior Circulation
For all formats available, see Hemorrhage.
www.cambridge.org/9780521173650 2015 276x219mm 608pp
532b/willus.56colour illus.130tables
978-0-521-76306-6 Hardback
145.00/US$225.00
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8 Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease

Comprehensive Adult Hydrocephalus


Management of Edited by Daniele Rigamonti
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Arteriovenous
Adult hydrocephalus is underdiagnosed
Malformations of the and undertreated, leading to poor
Brain and Spine patient outcomes and a high cost to
Edited by Robert F. Spetzler healthcare providers. This book provides
Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Arizona comprehensive guidelines to improve
Douglas S. Kondziolka the speed and accuracy of diagnosis,
NYU Langone Medical Center and covers various treatment options,
Randall T. Higashida including shunting and ETV. Essential
University of California, San Francisco
reading for neurologists, neurosurgeons,
and M. Yashar S. Kalani family physicians, and radiologists.
Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Arizona
Contents: Part I. Basic Sciences; Part II.
Vascular malformations of the brain and Pathophysiology; Part III. Diagnosis; Part IV.
spine pose management challenges. Treatment and Outcomes; Part V. Associated
This text provides a comprehensive, Conditions.
up-to-date review of the natural history, 2014 246x189mm 328pp
treatment, and outcomes of patients 125b/willus.21colour illus.33tables
with these conditions. Authored 978-1-107-03177-7 Hardback
by international experts, the text is 110.00/US$175.00
aimed at neurologists, neurosurgeons, For all formats available, see
neuroradiologists, radiation oncologists, www.cambridge.org/9781107031777
and rehabilitation medicine physicians.
Contents: Part I. Development, Anatomy,
and Physiology of Arteriovenous
Malformations of the Central Nervous
System; Part II. Evaluation and Treatment
Considerations for Arteriovenous
Malformations; Part III. Surgical Approaches
to the Treatment of Arteriovenous
Malformations; Part IV. Medical,
Endovascular, and Radiosurgical Treatment
of Arteriovenous Malformations.
2015 276x219mm 409pp
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978-1-107-03388-7 Hardback
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Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease 9

Critical Care of the More Case Studies


Stroke Patient in Stroke
Edited by Stefan Schwab Common and Uncommon
University of Erlangen Presentations
Daniel Hanley Edited by Michael G. Hennerici
Division of Brain Injury Outcomes, Johns Hopkins Ruprecht-Karls-Universitt Heidelberg, Germany
University Medical Institutions, Maryland Rolf Kern
and A. David Mendelow Ruprecht-Karls-Universitt Heidelberg, Germany
Department of Neurosurgery, University of Louis R. Caplan
Newcastle upon Tyne Department of Neurology, Harvard University
Internationally recognized experts Medical School, Boston
present new and established therapeutic and Kristina Szabo
options for the critical care of patients Ruprecht-Karls-Universitt Heidelberg, Germany
with a wide-range of cerebrovascular Will help medical students as well
diseases: ischemic stroke, intracranial as clinicians practising neurology to
hemorrhage, subarachnoid hemorrhage, understand the distinctive features of
arteriovenous malformations, cerebral individual stroke patients. By guiding
venous thrombosis and traumatic them through the actual diagnostic
injury. Valuable reading for stroke process as it evolved in real life, they
physicians, neurologists, neurosurgeons, learn to spot special signs of certain
neurointensivists and interventional stroke subtypes as well as rare stroke
neuroradiologists seeking to maximize cases.
patient recovery. Contents: Part I. Common Cases of Stroke;
Part II. Uncommon Cases of Stroke; Part III.
This book provides ample evidence Stroke Mimics.
of the opportunities and challenges
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associated with treatment of a
47b/willus.18colour illus.2tables
difficult patient group. International
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contemporary data are presented in a
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detailed but readable fashion.
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Doodys Reviews

Contents: Part I. Monitoring Techniques;


Part II. Interventions; Part III. Critical Care
of Ischemic Stroke; Part IV. Critical Care of
Intracranial Hemorrhage; Part V. Critical Care
of Arteriovenous Malformations; Part VI.
Critical Care of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage;
Part VII. Critical Care of Cerebral Venous
Thrombosis; Part VIII. Vascular Disease
Syndromes Associated with Traumatic Brain
Injury.
2014 246x189mm 564pp
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978-0-521-76256-4 Hardback
85.00/US$140.00
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10 Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease

Cerebral Small Textbook of Stroke


Vessel Disease Medicine
Edited by Leonardo Pantoni Second edition
Azienda Ospedaliero Universitaria Careggi Edited by Michael Brainin
and Philip B. Gorelick Donau-Universitt Krems, Austria
College of Human Medicine, Michigan State and Wolf-Dieter Heiss
University Max-Plank Institute for Neurological Research,
Written by leading international experts Cologne
in the field, Cerebral Small Vessel This concise and informative textbook is
Disease provides up-to-date information aimed at doctors preparing to specialize
about the causes, diagnosis, treatment in stroke care. Fully revised throughout,
and prevention of this important the new edition has expanded sections
condition. The rapid development of on diagnostic imaging, monitoring
neuroimaging techniques as screening and management of complications
and treatment tools is discussed. including infections, recommendations
Essential reading for neurologists, for thrombolysis, interventions and
stroke physicians, geriatricians, and neurosurgical procedures, and clear
interventional neuroradiologists. and balanced recommendations for
Contents: Part I. Classification, Pathology secondary prevention.
and Basic Aspects; Part II. Neuroimaging and Contents: Part I. Etiology, Pathophysiology,
Laboratory Aspects; Part III. Clinical Aspects and Imaging; Part II. Clinical Epidemiology
of Cerebral Small Vessel Disease; Part IV. and Risk Factors; Part III. Diagnostics and
Therapeutic Aspects. Syndromes; Part IV. Therapeutic Strategies
2014 246x189mm 371pp and Neurorehabilitation.
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978-1-107-03166-1 Hardback 57b/willus.49colour illus.61tables
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Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease 11

The Stroke Book The Behavioral and


Second edition Cognitive Neurology
Edited by Michel T. Torbey of Stroke
Ohio State University
Second edition
and Magdy H. Selim
Department of Neurology, Beth Israel Deaconess Edited by Olivier Godefroy
Medical Center, Boston Amiens University Hospital

Designed for busy professionals needing Improvements in stroke care have shifted
quick answers, this is a concise and the treatment objectives towards helping
practical reference for anyone who sufferers regain independence. There is
manages critically ill cerebrovascular a greater need to understand, manage
patients. This revised and updated new and treat residual deficits. Of value to
edition includes a chapter summarizing all clinicians who treat patients with
key clinical trials for stroke therapies strokes, this book focuses on their care
and a color plate section to illustrate key exploring in detail both behavioral and
pathology and diagnostic imaging. cognitive problems.

Review of previous edition: A detailed reference text, which


The Stroke Book is concise, well- will be of help to psychiatrists and
written, and easy to read with geriatricians, as well as neurologists.
excellent sections on basic stroke International Psychogeriatrics
entities that may be encountered by
Contents: Part I. Vascular Cognitive
healthcare professionals excellent
Impairment; Part II. Analytic Approach; Part
value for a book of this size, quality,
III. Dementia and Management of Vascular
and content.
Cognitive Impairment.
Journal of Neurosurgery
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Etiology; Part III. Acute Stroke Imaging; Part 99.99/US$154.99
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First and Recurrent Stroke.
2013 234x156mm 391pp
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12 Epilepsy
MRI-Negative Epilepsy Women with Epilepsy
Evaluation and Surgical Management A Practical Management Handbook
Edited by Elson L. So Edited by Esther Bui
Department of Neurology, Mayo Clinic, Department of Neurology, University of Toronto
Rochester, Minnesota and Autumn Klein
and Philippe Ryvlin Department of Neurology, University of
Department of Neurology, University of Lyon Pittsburgh
Medical Center
There are unique challenges to the care
This book critically appraises the role of women with epilepsy. This essential
and value of specific diagnostic and guide to the practical management
treatment techniques for drug-resistant, of women with epilepsy allows busy
MRI-negative epilepsy. The authors clinicians to access information
present the evidence and share their summarized in a succinct and easily
expertise on the diagnostic options and accessible format. Of interest to
surgical approaches that make epilepsy neurologists, internists, obstetricians,
surgery possible and worthwhile in this anesthetists, primary care practitioners,
complex and challenging condition. nurses, and lactation consultants.
2015 246x189mm 255pp 2014 234x156mm 291pp
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www.cambridge.org/9781107034235 www.cambridge.org/9781107659889

Common Epilepsy Pitfalls


Case-Based Learning
Dieter Schmidt
Epilepsy Research Group, Free University of Berlin
and Steven Schachter
Department of Neurology, Beth Israel Deaconess
Medical Center, Boston
Epilepsy is amongst the most frequently
encountered of neurological disorders,
yet issues surrounding differential
diagnosis, underlying causes, seizures,
EEGs, treatment options and prognoses
can often trip clinicians. Common
Epilepsy Pitfalls is a comprehensive
guide to anticipating and managing
the pitfalls in the diagnosis and
management of epilepsy.
2015 234x156mm 224pp
50b/willus.20tables
978-0-521-27971-0 Paperback
c.45.00/c.US$70.00
Publication September 2015
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Epilepsy Dementia 13

The Epilepsy Hodges Frontotemporal


Prescribers Guide to Dementia
Antiepileptic Drugs Second edition
Second edition Edited by Bradford C. Dickerson
Department of Neurology, Massachusetts
Philip N. Patsalos
General Hospital, Boston
Brown University, Rhode Island
Edited by Blaise F. D. Bourgeois Clinical and scientific interest in FTD
London School of Economics and Political continues to grow rapidly. Major
Science advances have occurred since the
This practical, concise guide is an books last publication. This revision
essential companion for all clinicians reviews these and continues to provide
and allied professionals who treat or the leading resource for specialist and
care for patients with epilepsy. Drugs generalist neurologists, psychiatrists,
are presented alphabetically, with geriatricians, neuropsychologists,
information in an easily navigable neuropathologists, and basic scientists
format. This second edition has in relevant fields.
been extensively updated to include Contents: Part I. Introduction to and Brief
new drugs and reflect advances in History of FTD; Part II. Clinical Phenotypes;
understanding. Part III. Approach to the Diagnosis of FTD;
Part IV. Pathology and Pathophysiology;
Review of previous edition: Part V. Treatment.
very comprehensive and up to 2015 246x189mm 304pp
date and takes a practical approach. 20b/willus.28colour illus.23tables
The content is highly clinically 978-1-107-08663-0 Hardback
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Provides a wealth of invaluable Publication August 2015
information for all who treat
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Epilepsy and Behavior

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14 General Neurology
Imaging Acute Optical Coherence
Neurologic Disease Tomography in
A Symptom-Based Approach Neurologic Diseases
Edited by Massimo Filippi Edited by Peter A. Calabresi
San Raffaele Scientific Institute, Milan Department of Neurology, Johns Hopkins
and Jack H. Simon University Hospital, Baltimore
Oregon Health Sciences University Laura J. Balcer
A comprehensive survey of best practice Department of Neurology, New York University
in using diagnostic imaging in acute Langone Medical Center
neurologic conditions. The symptom- and Elliot M. Frohman
based approach guides the choice of Department of Neurology, University of Texas
Southwestern Medical Center
the available imaging tools for efficient,
accurate, and cost-effective diagnosis. This book will be the first comprehensive
Effective examination algorithms review of the use of optical coherence
integrate neurological and imaging tomography in neurological diseases.
concepts with the practical demands and The coverage includes a description
constraints of emergency care. of the technique and how it is utilized
2014 246x189mm 391pp in a variety of neurologic conditions.
196b/willus.36colour illus.35tables Essential reading for neurologists, neuro-
978-1-107-03594-2 Hardback ophthalmologists, and neuroradiologists
95.00/US$150.00 wanting an introductory account of OCT.
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The Neurology Publication May 2015
of Religion For all formats available, see
Edited by Alasdair Coles www.cambridge.org/9781107041301
Department of Clinical Neuroscience, University
of Cambridge
The study of patients with neurological
disorders allows analysis of the
interaction of societal influences, prior
conditioning, religious upbringing,
and metaphysical understanding of
the effects of neurological lesions. This
book summarizes the literature on the
spirituality of these patients, identifies
areas for future research, and refines the
experimental questions required.
2016 234x156mm 304pp
978-1-107-08260-1 Hardback
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General Neurology 15

Autonomic Disorders Manual of Neurosonology


A Case-Based Approach Edited by Lszl Csiba
Paola Sandroni Department of Neurology, University of Debrecen
Department of Neurology, Mayo Clinic College of and Claudio Baracchini
Medicine, Rochester, Minnesota Department of Neuroscience, University of Padua
and Phillip A. Low Clearly outlining the uses of
Department of Neurology, Mayo Clinic College of
neurosonology through practical
Medicine, Rochester, Minnesota
instruction and advice, this manual
Based on experience at the unique goes beyond the usual scope of its
autonomic program at the Mayo Clinic, subject area to cover the diagnosis
the authors teach using patient material and management of cerebrovascular
and laboratory recordings to clarify diseases and neurological emergencies.
complex autonomic syndromes. Emphasis A convenient guide for neurologists,
is given to clarifying what is real and neurosurgeons, intensivists, radiologists
highlighting those changes that mimic and ultrasonographers.
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practitioners in neurology and cardiology. 978-1-107-65915-5 Paperback
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978-1-107-40044-3 Paperback
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Publication May 2015
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www.cambridge.org/9781107400443 Neurologic Differential
Diagnosis
Prehospital Care of A Case-Based Approach
Edited by Alan B. Ettinger
Neurologic Emergencies Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York
Edited by Todd J. Crocco and Deborah M. Weisbrot
West Virginia University
State University of New York, Stony Brook
and Michael R. Sayre
University of Washington Using a case study approach, each
chapter is dedicated to a specific
This book serves as a definitive resource
presenting symptom or sign and
for a host of emergency medical services
includes the associated key features,
personnel, concisely addressing the
quickly reminding the clinician which
topic of neurologic emergencies. Using
investigations are needed in the doctor-
a straightforward approach, this text
patient encounter. An invaluable text
provides focused answers and treatment
for neurologists and psychiatrists at all
recommendations in difficult and time
stages of training.
pressured circumstances.
Contents: Part I. Differential Diagnosis
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16 General Neurology

Neurocritical Care Manual of Botulinum


Essentials Toxin Therapy
A Practical Guide Second edition
Mypinder S. Sekhon Edited by Daniel Truong
University of Cambridge The Parkinsons and Movement Disorders
and Donald E. Griesdale Institute, Fountain Valley, California
University of British Columbia, Vancouver Mark Hallett
This practical new resource uses a George Washington University School of
Medicine and Health Sciences, Washington, DC
highly visual approach to summarise
and simplify complex neurocritical Christopher Zachary
Department of Dermatology, University of
care topics. Diagrams, flowcharts and California, Irvine
tables condense the principles of
and Dirk Dressler
disease diagnosis and management Department of Neurology, Hannover University
into an easy-to-understand form. Ideal Medical School
for both trainees and specialists in
Fully updated throughout, the second
neurology, neurosurgery, intensive care,
edition of the Manual of Botulinum Toxin
anaesthesiology, emergency medicine
Therapy provides practical guidance on
and internal medicine.
the use of botulinum toxin in a wide
The text is both informative and variety of disorders. The Manual will be
accessible, and will provide an of use to the continually growing band
excellent resource for the clinician of clinicians discovering the potential of
who wishes to rapidly access key botulinum toxin.
clinical facts, or acquire a foundation 2014 246x189mm 315pp 388b/willus.
to support a wider and more detailed 978-1-107-02535-6 Hardback
exploration of neurointensive care. 60.00/US$99.00
David Menon, University of Cambridge, from For all formats available, see
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