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by Paul W. Brazis MD,Joseph C. Masdeu,José Biller MD FACP FAAN FAHA

Localization in Clinical Neurology download ebook
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078179952X
ISBN13:
978-0781799522
Author:
Paul W. Brazis MD,Joseph C. Masdeu,José Biller MD FACP FAAN FAHA
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LWW; Fifth edition (September 12, 2006)
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586 pages
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It offers clinicians a roadmap for moving from the symptom or observed sign to the place in the central or peripheral nervous system where the problem is.

It offers clinicians a roadmap for moving from the symptom or observed sign to the place in the central or peripheral nervous system where the problem is. Clear discussions by three well-known authors provide a full understanding of why a symptom or sign can be localized to a particular anatomic area. More than 100 illustrations demonstrate relevant anatomy

Paul W. Brazis, MD Professor of Neurology Consultant in Neurology and Neuroophthalmology Mayo Clinic-Jacksonville Jacksonville, Florida Joseph C. Masdeu, MD, PhD Senior Staff Physician and Scientist Section o. .

Paul W. Masdeu, MD, PhD Senior Staff Physician and Scientist Section on.

Jose Biller, MD, FACP, FAAN, FAHA Professor and . I recommend Brazis' book to every neurologist and neurology resident.

Jose Biller, MD, FACP, FAAN, FAHA Professor and Chairman Department of Neurology Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine Maywood, IL Gregory Gruener, MD, MBA Senior Associate Dean, Stritch School of Medicine Director, Leischner Institute for Medical Education Leischner Professor of Medical Education Professor of Neurology, Associate Chairman Maywood, IL Paul W. Brazis, MD Professor of Neurology Mayo Medical School Department of Neurology I recommend Brazis' book to every neurologist and neurology resident.

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Thursday, May 1, 2014. Snell's clinical anatomy. Physiology guyton complete. download free medical books1. Brazis, MD. Professor of Neurology. Paul W. Brazis Joseph C. Masdeu Jose Biller. Fittingly, a book on localization in clinical neurology should begin with a chapter explaining what the term localization means. Localization derives from the Latin term locus or site. Consultant in Neurology and Neuroophthalmology Mayo Clinic - Jacksonville Jacksonville, Florida. Localization is the diagnostic exercise of determining from the signs (most often) or symptoms of the patient what site of the nervous system has been affected by a disease process. Brazis, Joseph Masdeu, José Biller MD FACP FAAN FAHA. 2. 3 Mb. Localization in Clinical Neurology. Brazis, Joseph C. Masdeu, José Biller MD FACP FAAN FAHA.

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by Paul W. Brazis MD (Author), Joseph C. Masdeu MD PhD (Author), José Biller MD FACP FAAN FAHA (Author).

Now in its Fifth Edition, this classic text provides a systematic approach to the anatomic localization of clinical problems in neurology. It offers clinicians a roadmap for moving from the symptom or observed sign to the place in the central or peripheral nervous system where the problem is. Clear discussions by three well-known authors provide a full understanding of why a symptom or sign can be localized to a particular anatomic area. More than 100 illustrations demonstrate relevant anatomy. This edition has been thoroughly updated and includes new charts to aid in differential diagnosis of various neurologic findings and disorders.

Reviews:
  • Nilabor
Perfect condition, great book.
  • Blackbeard
Once you have mastered clinical neurology and passed the boards, you need this book. It contains all the neurotrivia, all the elements of clinical localization that you need at the bedside and simply can't keep in your brain from day to day.

I'm not talking about elementary stuff like the common etiologies of acute 3rd nerve palsy or the basic elements of the Brown-Sequard syndrome. That stuff is in here but it's assumed that you know it already. No, I'm talking about things like, for example, the differential of sector palsy of the iris sphincter, or the masterful discussion of simple ways to separate out a pupil blown from a Pcomm aneurysm from one that accidentally had some albuterol dripped into it.

Dry: yes, it is. Dull - if you flip it open at random, it makes excellent bedside reading for insomniacs, it'll put you right to sleep. But when you are faced with a physical finding and don't know how to incorporate it into the clinical picture, there is NO SUBSTITUTE for this book. If I were stranded on a desert island and forced to practice neurological diagnosis with only my extensive training and one book to help me, this would be that book.
  • Ballalune
The text of this book is excellent... very thorough discussion of symptoms/signs of various localizations and good lists of the accompanying differentials. However, in most of the chapters, illustrations are light and inadequate. If one has a very good understanding of neuroanatomy or a good atlas, this doesn't present a huge problem.

I would highly recommend this book for those already familiar with the fundamentals of neurology.
  • Fearlesssinger
An excellent book on the clinical localization of neurological symptoms. A bit tough to digest, that's only because it's so rich in valuable information. It should be a fixture in the bookshelf of any practicing neurologist. Everytime I read it, I learn something new.
  • Uickabrod
This book is one of the best books in this field. Since many years I look it up, amazed about the rich content. It is a MUST to any neurologist.
  • Uthergo
Hi Everyone...This book is amazing. I'm going into Neurology Residency, and got this book to prepare myself. The text is really well written, thorough, very detailed, and easy to follow. Not as thick as I imagined though.
  • Ubrise
A book intended to instruct with quality, including the tiniest details of the complex neuroanatomy and its semiology. Every neurologist should at least read it.