Neurology by Malcolm Macleod
Clinical Cases Uncovered

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Synopsis

Neurology is a rapidly advancing core topic within the clinical curriculum and students and junior doctors are expected to recognise, understand and know how to investigate and manage many neurological-related disorders and conditions.

Neurology: Clinical Cases Uncovered leads students through the clinical approach to managing neurological problems via real-life patient cases and outcomes. Following a question-answer approach to developing the narrative, and including self-assessment MCQs, EMQs and SAQs, the book includes 27 fully-illustrated cases covering a wide range of neurological presentations and conditions.

Ideal for medical students with clinical attachments in neurology, and in the run up to examinations, the book will also be useful to doctors in training in general internal medicine, medicine of the elderly, psychiatry and neurology.

 

About Malcolm Macleod

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Malcolm Macleod, Reader and Head of Experimental Neuroscience, Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences, University of Edinburgh, and Honorary Consultant Neurologist and Clinical Lead for Neurology, NHS Forth Valley, StirlingMarion Simpson, Neurology Registrar, The Austin Hospital, Melbourne, AustraliaSuvankar Pal, Neurology Registrar, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh
 
Published November 15, 2011 by Wiley-Blackwell. 168 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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