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October 1982

Principles of Neurology,

Arch Otolaryngol. 1982;108(10):676. doi:10.1001/archotol.1982.00790580070027

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Abstract

The second edition of Principles of Neurology continues the tradition of excellence and exposition and contextual organization begun in the first edition published in 1977. Raymond D. Adams, MD, emeritus professor of neurology at Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass, and Maurice Victor, MD, professor of neurology at Case Western Reserve, Cleveland, are experienced clinicians, teachers, and authors. This work, as was its predecessor, is aimed squarely at the medical student who needs to acquire a uniform clinical method to use as a firm foundation on which to learn to evaluate and diagnose patient conditions and to treat patients with neurologic disorders. This book provides such a foundation.

The book is divided into 56 chapters that are organized into six major parts. Part 1 is the approach to the patient with neurologic disease; part 2 discusses the cardinal manifestations of neurologic disease. Part 3 discusses the growth and development as well as

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