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III. Fundamentals of Neurology. An Illustrated Guide. Mark Mumenthaler, M.D.. Professor Emeritus of Neurology. Former Head of the Department of Neurology. Fundamentals of neurology: an illustrated guide. Edited by Mark. Mumenthaler, Heinrich Mattle,. Ethan Taub. Thieme International,. Stuttgart, . Definition: The cerebrospinal fluid is examined for the diagnosis or exclusion of infec- tious or demyelinating diseases of the brain, meninges, spinal cord, and.


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Работа по теме: Fundamentals of Neurology. ().pdf . Neurology: an illustrated guide / Mark Mumenthaler, Heinrich Mattle ; translated. This page pocketbook will appeal to students, residents, general practitioners, and neurology specialists needing a rapid reference on. Article · Info & Metrics · References · PDF In a page softcover book, Drs. Mumenthaler, Mattle, and Taub describe key topics in neurology. The first 80 pages of the book deal with the fundamentals of neurology, neurologic examination.

This book is an authorized and revised translation of the German edition published and copyrighted by Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, Germany. Title of the German edition: Important note: Medicine is an ever-changing science undergoing continual development. Research and clinical experience are continually expanding our knowledge, in particular our knowledge of proper treatment and drug therapy.

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Fundamentals of Neurology

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Information elicited through the history and examination is essential not only for localizing the abnormality but also for identifying possible etiologies. A focused neurologic examination based on the hypothesis generated during history taking gives a better yield.

The advent of advanced neuroimaging techniques has not diminished the importance of history and clinical examination, as which imaging sequence to order and what scan to perform, still depends on the clinical diagnosis. The book contains 46 chapters written by 81 authors drawn from different parts of the country as well as abroad. The chapters are well written with sufficient figures, algorithms and boxes highlighting the salient points.

With more than images and tables, the contents add up to make the book comprehensive and reader friendly.

Mattle H., Mumenthaler M. Fundamentals of Neurology: An Illustrated Guide

The book has several strengths. It has been divided into short chapters that provide a comprehensive approach to clinical examination and covers several important areas including approaches to transient loss of unconsciousness and epilepsy, coma, delirium, intellectual and memory impairment, developmental regression, apraxias and agnosias, loss of all modalities of special sensations, headache, movement disorders, ataxia, gait disorders, limb weakness, and bladder and bowel disorders, just to name a few of the important topics covered.

Common clinical scenarios such as subarachnoid hemorrhage, neuropathies, muscle diseases, neck and arm pain, backache and limb pain, spinal cord syndromes and craniovertebral junction anomalies, and stroke have also been well-covered. The greatest virtue of this book lies in the well-illustrated, schematic diagrams that nicely portray the anatomical principles and clinical findings in a reader—friendly manner and gives the differential diagnosis in clearly demarcated boxes.

Differential Diagnosis in Neurology. Generating a neurologic differential diagnosis can be very challenging and requires a logical and thoughtful approach. Useful treatments now exist for many neurological disorders, which were once considered untreatable, so a skilful approach to diagnosis is essential. Accurate diagnosis emerges from following a step-by-step approach, which in turn guides the rational selection of specific tests.

Information elicited through the history and examination is essential not only for localizing the abnormality but also for identifying possible etiologies.

A focused neurologic examination based on the hypothesis generated during history taking gives a better yield. The advent of advanced neuroimaging techniques has not diminished the importance of history and clinical examination, as which imaging sequence to order and what scan to perform, still depends on the clinical diagnosis. The book contains 46 chapters written by 81 authors drawn from different parts of the country as well as abroad.

The chapters are well written with sufficient figures, algorithms and boxes highlighting the salient points.

With more than images and tables, the contents add up to make the book comprehensive and reader friendly.Major problems in Neurology, Vol. Thus, we have omitted the sections concerning the basic neurological examination and ancillary tests in neurology, while introducing a substantial amount of new material and providing greater detail on many of the topics previously covered.

A few important references are also quoted at the end of each chapter for further reading. The greatest virtue of this book lies in the well-illustrated, schematic diagrams that nicely portray the anatomical principles and clinical findings in a reader—friendly manner and gives the differential diagnosis in clearly demarcated boxes.

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If this has been done because craniovertebral anomalies are common in India, then a chapter on viral encephalitides including Japanese encephalitis and leprosy should also have been included because they are equally common in our country. We gratefully look forward to more such advice in the future.

This book certainly fulfills the void that exists in the medical literature regarding a systematic approach to neurological differential diagnosis. Some of the product names, patents, and registered designs referred to in this book are in fact registered trademarks or proprietary names even though specific reference to this fact is not always made in the text. The chapters are well written with sufficient figures, algorithms and boxes highlighting the salient points.

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