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Book and Media Reviews
April 22 2009

Clinical Neurology of the Older Adult

JAMA. 2009;301(16):1716-1720. doi:10.1001/jama.2009.514

The aging process in essentially healthy, disease-free persons is associated with decrements in many aspects of motor and sensory function. It is important to comprehend these changes and understand their impact of function in order to accurately diagnose, treat, and care for the older adult with neurologic disease.—Joseph I. Sirven and Elliott L. Mancall, summary of “Neurologic Examination of the Older Adult” chapter in Clinical Neurology of the Older Adult

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