Author Affiliation: Neurology Specialists of Dallas, Texas.
During the years of training and beyond, I have read, or at least perused, a number of texts spanning the width and breadth of neurology; however, I do not recall reading a specific book dedicated to neurologic emergencies. Usually this topic was relegated to a single chapter or sporadically referred to in various texts. The majority of knowledge gained on this subject was hard-won in the emergency departments, units, and wards and passed down from colleagues with greater levels of experience. In reading Neurologic Emergencies, I found a didactic summation covering much of what had previously been ingrained by experience, presented in a concise and logical fashion.
Ulrich RF. Neurologic Emergencies, 3rd ed. Arch Neurol. 2011;68(10):1342–1343. doi:10.1001/archneurol.2011.229
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