Emergency Neurology provides a concise and high-yield synopsis of common neurological emergencies. The book, edited by Morris Levin, MD, has a total of 32 chapters, arranged in 4 different parts. These parts deal with diagnostic and therapeutic dilemmas in neurological emergencies in adults, covering a broad range of conditions. There is a section on ethical and legal issues in emergency neurology, as well as another section on pediatric neurological emergencies. The book gives a broad yet focused overview of all major emergency neurology topics.
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