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Duus' Topical Diagnosis in Neurology has been a valuable aid to generations of medical students and physicians all over the world. It has appeared in 14 languages and has been continually updated at short intervals to take account of newly gained knowledge. The current, comprehensively revised edition was written by a new team of authors to preserve the positive aspects that have won this book a wide and appreciative audience. Key features include: -An integrated presentation of the anatomy, physiology, and clinical syndromes of the nervous system which benefits both medical students and practicing physicians-A transdisciplinary approach which breaks down the traditional, artificial separation of "preclinical" from "clinical" knowledge and "basic science" from human neurology, making this text suitable for the contemporary medical school curriculum-Updated content in a layout with better "signposting", four-color anatomical drawings throughout, modernized case histories (including numerous CT and MR images), and new first and last chapters on the fundamental elements of the nervous system and the CNS blood supply
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Mathias Bähr (born 1960) is a German neurologist.
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