edited by Donald J. Cohen, Joseph Jancovic, and Chris Goetz, 426 pp, 44 illus, 31 tables, Philadelphia, Pa, Lippencott Williams & Wilkins, 2000.
This volume, the third in the Advances in Neurology series to deal with Tourette syndrome (TS), represents a compendium of presentations held in New York, NY, in June 1999 at the Third International Scientific Symposium on Tourette's Syndrome. It is instructive to compare the prior publications in this series (volumes 35, 58, and 85) with the latest as a pdigm of the progress that has been made in how we approach TS in thought and hence, research. Particularly helpful to the clinician is the italicasis on the contribution of the basic sciences to evolving clinical and therapeutic directions. Neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and neuropathology are extensively reviewed.
Allan L. N. Advances in Neurology, Vol 85: Tourette Syndrome. Arch Neurol. 2001;58(10):1707-1708. doi: