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December 1984

The Clinical Neurosciences

Arch Neurol. 1984;41(12):1237. doi:10.1001/archneur.1984.04050230015009

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This important new book on neuroradiology is the fourth in a series of books covering the clinical neurosciences. The previous volumes included neurology, neurosurgery, and neuropathology. A fifth volume on neurobiology is planned. The Editor-in-Chief of the series, Dr Rosenberg, states that the series is designed "to have the work be synthetic and integrative in approaching disease entities, so that the summed effect of the five sections would be truly greater than their separate discussions."

The editor of the neuroradiology sections, Dr Heinz, is a leader in the field and 20 other well-known neuroradiologists, neuroscientists, and physicists have contributed chapters for the book. The material is very well organized. The major sections on the brain and the spine are each introduced with chapters on techniques and anatomy, and these introductions are followed by chapters on pathologic conditions, such as developmental abnormalities, tumors, trauma, etc. Each chapter describing pathology uses all

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