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Medicine - Radiology | Practical Guide to Neurovascular Emergencies (Reviews)

Practical Guide to Neurovascular Emergencies

SALIOU, G., Theaudin, M., Join-Lambert Vincent, C., Souillard-Scemama, R.

Original French edition published by Springer-Verlag, Paris, 2011

2014, XVII, 192 p. 137 illus., 42 illus. in color.

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From the book reviews:

Selected as “Highly Commended” at BMA Medical Book Awards for 2014.

“‘I believe the book’s strength is in providing a single source reference text for its intended audience which provides relevant radiological and neurological explanation and guidance to allow the reader better understanding of neurovascular emergencies, the imaging required, and evidence-based guidance to the appropriate choice of investigations. … It is a good-sized hardcover book, easy to handle and to use, with good quality paper and layout of text and images.’” (BMA Medical Book Awards, September, 2014)

“This book presents an approach to acute neurovascular illness from a neuroimaging perspective. … The intended audience is healthcare professionals at any level, trainee through practicing physician. … This can be viewed as a source of information on the use of imaging-based neurological diagnostics in the acute stroke setting.” (Mark N. Rubin, Doody’s Book Reviews, January, 2014)



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