by Paul W. Brazis, MD, Jose C. Masdeu, MD, PhD, and José Biller, MD, 586 pp, with illus, $159, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, Pa, 2007
Any review of Localization in Clinical Neurology begins with the disclosure that I am a proponent of the authors' intentions and a devotee of their previous volumes. I wore out the binding of the second edition during my residency and the fourth edition sits on my desk. As a resident, and then as a clinical neurologist in a teaching hospital, the text was more than useful; it was unique and defining, its contents describing a world of knowledge and concerns specific to neurologists.
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