edited by Harold L. Klawans, William J. Weiner, Paul A. Nausieda, and Christopher Goetz, 381 pp, $32.50, New York, Raven Press, 1982.
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This book covers the clinical neuropharmacology of a wide range of neurologic and a few psychiatric disorders, with an emphasis on clinical relevance. Unlike most neuropharmacology texts, it is organized according to specific clinical conditions rather than type of neuropharmacologic agent. This format allows a brief discussion of the clinical features of some of the disorders covered. Most frequently occurring neurologic disorders are included among the subjects of the 33 individual chapters, with a heavy emphasis on movement disorders.
Rodnitzky RL. Textbook of Clinical Neuropharmacology. Arch Neurol. 1982;39(10):676. doi:10.1001/archneur.1982.00510220074034
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