Oxford Handbook of NeurologyDe (autor) Hadi Manji, Seán Connolly, Neil Kitchen, Christian Lambert, Amrish Mehta
en Limba Engleză Flexibound – 16 Oct 2014
Fully updated for this second edition, the Oxford Handbook of Neurology is the definitive guide for all those working in neurology and neurosurgery. This practical and concise quick-reference resource includes a wealth of information and invaluable clinical guidance to ensure all readers stay up-to-date in this fast-moving specialty.Now including brand new chapters on neurological emergencies and neurology within other medical specialties, this handbook includes the most cutting-edge management and treatment options, drugs, and neurosurgical techniques. Covering the entire breadth of neurology with additional sections on neuroanatomy, neurosurgery, neuroradiology and neurophysiology, it includes common presentations and disorders as well as information on neurological assessment. Packed full of illustrations to ensureease-of reference, and valuable clinical advice from experts in the field, the reader can be sure they will always have all the information they need at their fingertips.
Ilustrații: 111 black and white line drawings and 45 black and white halftones
Dimensiuni: 107 x 181 x 24 mm
Greutate: 0.33 kg
Editura: Oxford University Press
Colecția OUP Oxford
Seria Oxford Medical Handbooks, Ghiduri practice medicale Oxford
Locul publicării: Oxford, United Kingdom
Dr Hadi Manji completed his undergraduate training in medicine at Trinity Hall, Cambridge and the Middlesex Hospital. He initially trained as a General Practitioner in Edinburgh and changed to neurology subsequently working at the National Hospital and L'Hopital Kremlin-Bicetre, Paris. In 1996 he completed his MD dissertation on 'Neurological Complications of HIV Infection'. He was appointed consultant in 1997. Apart from general neurology, Dr Manji has specialistinterests in peripheral nerve disorders and neuroinfectious disorders including HIV and tropical neurology. He has taught and lectured on various neurological topics in India, Malaysia, Singapore, Kenya and Dubai. He is currently involved in teaching and helping to set up the undergraduate neurologycurriculum at the Roman Catholic medical school in Beira, Mozambique.Dr Christian Lambert is currenltly an ST4 Clinical Lecturer in Neurology at St George's University of London. He does active research into computational neuroanatomy, with a focus on the brainstem and basal ganglia, and works on translational applications in functional neurosurgery and neurodegenerative conditions. He has a clinical interest in movement and cognitive disorders.