Aug 3, Duus’ Topical Diagnosis in Neurology: Anatomy, Physiology, Signs, Symptoms, 4th edition ‐ By M. Baehr and M. Frotscher. P. Gates. Barwon. Duus’ Topical Diagnosis in Neurology has been a well-known neuroanatomy textbook among medical students and professionals. Since its first English edition . Now in a new, larger format, this Fifth edition of the classicTopical Diagnosis in Neurologyprovides the clear, integrated presentation of anatomy, function, and.
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Duus’ Topical Diagnosis in Neurology
Duus’ Topical Diagnosis in Neurology: Anatomy, Physiology, Signs, Symptoms. Mathias BaehrMichael Frotscher. ThiemeJan 25, – Medical – pages. Now in a new, larger format, this Fifth edition of the classic Topical Diagnosis in Neurology provides the clear, integrated presentation of anatomy, function, and disorders of the central nervous system and serves as a quick reference for practitioners and trainees alike.
It elucidates the neuroanatomical pathways that lead to specific neuroligy syndromes, and demonstrates how solid anatomical knowledge combined with a thorough neurological examination can help localize a lesion and arrive at a diagnosis. Features of the Fifth Edition: It is also an essential tool for trainees and advanced students who need a solid grounding in key neurofunctional relationships.
Selected pages Table of Contents. Contents Elements of the Nervous System.
Neurology | Duus’ Topical Diagnosis in Neurology
Central Components of the Somatosensory System. Central Processing of Somatosensory Information. Clinical Syndromes of Motor Unit Lesions. Vascular Spinal Cord Syndromes.
Topographical Anatomy of the Brainstem. Cerebellar Function and Cerebellar Syndromes. Afferent and Efferent Projections of the Hypothalamus. Peripheral Autonomic Nervous System.
Elements of the Nervous System.