Clinical Neurology: From the Classroom to the Exam Room by Jeffrey W. Clark DO

By Jeffrey W. Clark DO

This e-book takes a singular method of basic neurology that bridges the distance among the study room and the sufferer stumble upon: it teaches scholars and citizens tips to arrive at a presumptive prognosis in an effective demeanour. starting with the preliminary method of the neurologic sufferer, the publication directs the reader in getting proper details from the historical past and neurologic exam. A NeurAxis chart and a What may well the matter Be? bankruptcy support the reader make experience of the background and exam findings and speedy ponder the diagnostic probabilities. Case experiences motivate readers to use this method of genuine sufferers.

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