Clinical Neuropathology

Clinical Neuropathology

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q Divided into fourteen chapters, this text and full-color atlas is a complete overview of the pathologic and clinical aspects of neurologic diseases. Clinical Neuropathology is written for practicing neurologists and pathologists, as well as residents and fellows preparing for the neurology and pathology boards. It provides information on the structural alterations of nervous system diseases along with their clinical manifestations. The first two chapters cover the process and goals of the neuropathologic exam and histological reactions particular to the nervous system. Subsequent chapters review major disease categories, with each section containing an overview of pathologic and clinical characteristics in general, a description of the gross and histologic features along with their clinical features, and data on pathogenetic mechanisms. Filled with tables to clarify major points, case histories to provide clinical correlates, and Board-type chapter review questions with answers and explanations, this text will be a valuable addition to all individual and reference libraries. Key Benefits: Almost 600 full color illustrations. Case histories, keyed to images, provide clinical correlation with pathology. Over 90 tables summarizing key points: useful for quick reference and exam preparation. End-of-chapter Board-type questions, with answers and explanations, for self-assessment and exam preparation. qGlatzel, M., Stoeck, K., Seeger, H., et al. ... The Heidenhain variant of CreutzfeldtJakob disease. ... located on chromosome 26 C. At codon 130, it codes for methionine D. At codon 129, it codes for either methionine or valine E. None of these 3.

Title:Clinical Neuropathology
Author:Catherine Haberland MD
Publisher:Demos Medical Publishing - 2006-12-27


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