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The Neurologic Diagnosis

A Practical Bedside Approach

Alpert, Jack N.

2012, XVII, 297p. 46 illus., 34 illus. in color.

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“The Neurologic Diagnosis: A Practical Bedside Approach is a well-written and easy to understand introduction to the neurologic examination and common clinical cases. … Information is presented in a logical format, with related clinical correlates that help cement knowledge in the reader’s memory. … This book would be most appropriate for a senior medical student or junior neurology resident, as it presents detailed information in an easy-to-read format.” (The Official Blog of the American Journal of Neuroradiology, March, 2013)



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