Published April 9, 2001
by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|Contributions||D. Baleriaux (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||316|
This book is written by two very experienced, eminent, and respected European neuro-oncologists. The aim of the book as described in the introduction is assisting in the correct diagnosis and therapeutic management of patients with neurological syndromes due to neoplastic conditions. The neurological syndromes in cancer patients cover the spectrum of neuro-oncological sites and each Author: Ian Whittle. The comorbidity rates of the DIS/DSM-III diagnoses, amounted to about 50% in the epidemiological and 75% in the clinical sample. 2), The majority of the subjects with both disorders indicated an. This is the first neuro-oncology text book that is problem oriented, and as such is most timely. Each chapter discusses the differential diagnosis of relevant conditions, such as cognitive and behavioral disorders, epileptic seizures, cranial nerve and brain stem lesions, diffuse and focal lesions of the peripheral nerve system, visual Author: M. J. van den Bent. Differential diagnosis in neuro-oncology. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: J Hildebrand; M Brada.
Neurological Differential Diagnosis is a streamlined handbook of prioritized differential diagnosis, to be used both in clinical practice and for exam review. By presenting differential diagnosis in order of frequency and importance, this book provides a practical handbook for clinicians in training, as well as a potential resource for quick board review. The book features 38 of the most commonly presented symptoms, each of which includes exam findings and differential diagnosis. It describes diagnostic tests with a guide to when they should be ordered (or delayed) based on clinical findings, and common management plans for diagnostic testing/5(34). Formulating a Differential Diagnosis for the Advanced Practice Provider, Second Edition by Jacqueline Rhoads PhD ACNP-BC ANP-C GNP CNL-C FAANP and Julie C. Penick PhD DNP MSN FNP . For each condition, the book is made with bulletpoints sections (clinical features, macroscopy, microscopy, ancillary studies, differential diagnosis with differential criterias for each of them, and a «pearls» section) and photomicrographies. It also gives selected references for each subject. The book also seems very up to by:
Differential Diagnosis in Internal Medicine: From Symptom to Diagnosis: Walter Siegenthaler: : Books. Buy New. $ $ + Free Shipping. Usually ships within 1 to 3 weeks. Available as a Kindle eBook. Kindle eBooks can be read on any device with the free Kindle app. Ships from and sold by Gray& by: Articles from Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry are provided here courtesy of BMJ GroupAuthor: Ian Whittle. In addition, there is Differential Diagnosis in Neuro-oncology has been written considerable duplication of subject matter and references by a Belgian neurologist (Hildebrand) and a British across and between chapters which could have been improved oncologist (Brada) and aims to help the clinician to identify by tighter editorial control. Churchill’s Pocketbook of Differential Diagnosis 3rd Edition. Being able to make a correct diagnosis is one of the key aspects of every medical student’s and junior doctor’s clinical training. Problem-based learning is increasingly being used to focus on the causes behind the presentation of a clinical feature.