- The definitive guide to clinical neurology, now in its twelfth edition
- Material is grouped by disorder enabling the reader to find the information they need - fast
- Provides comprehensive and authoritative information in a single volume, with extensive referencing linking to other sources
New to this edition
- Extensively updated section on developmental neurology and a completely new section on pain
- Reorganised introduction section featuring new chapters on the history of neurological diagnosis and investigation techniques
- Includes latest developments in the genetic understanding of motor neuron disease
The twelfth edition of this classic neurology textbook builds on the success of the previous editions, including further contributions from highly experienced and well established authorities in their fields. As in previous editions the book is arranged by disorder to provide detailed coverage of the full range of major neurological conditions. There are various new and revised sections, including an updated section on genetics and on developmental neurology, and the introductory chapters have been reorganised and substantially re-written. Extensively referenced and in one complete and comprehensive volume, this new edition continues to be the definitive guide to clinical neurology.
Readership: Neurologists and trainees working in clinical practice and researchers working in clinical neuroscience.
Authors: Michael Donaghy, Reader in Clinical Neurology and Consultant Neurologist, John Radcliffe Hospital and Oxford University, UK