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This edition follows the first by 5 years and incorporates recent advances in the basic sciences into the practice of child neurology. In a period increasingly dominated by the strictly defined review article and monograph, the authors continue to work the specific into the context of the whole of pediatric neuroscience. The majority of chapters are solely authored by an acknowledged leader in the field, thus affording his or her organizational perspective and overview. The text remains divided into four parts, which include the clinical assessment (pages 3 through 74), laboratory investigation (pages 75 through 132), a clinical approach emphasizing symptoms and signs (pages 133 through 322), and, last, an extensive discussion of specific neurologic disorders of childhood (pages 323 through 1527). This format allows the text to hold the interest of the student reviewing the cranial nerves' anatomy as well as the experienced practitioner seeking to scan the current
Jennings MT. Pediatric Neurology: Principles and Practice. Arch Neurol. 1995;52(8):745. doi:10.1001/archneur.1995.00540320017005
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