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22 Neurologic Disorders Caused by Lesions in Particular Parts of the Cerebrum. . edness to Drs. Adams and Victor and also to C. Miller Fisher,. Edward P. ADAMS AND VICTOR'S PRINCIPLES. OF NEUROLOGY edited by Allan H. Ropper and Martin A. Samuels,. pp., McGraw Hill Medical. Adams & Victor's Principles Of Neurology 7th edition (December 19, ): by Maurice Victor, Allan H. Ropper, Raymond D. Adams By McGraw-Hill Professional.

It occupies this ground well, and I think will be particularly appreciated by trainees in neurology and senior medical students. It is sumptuously illustrated, and in sections resembles an atlas. At times the illustrations have little to do with the text, and their inclusion seems to reflect the authors' enthusiasm for the topic and their sense of fun.

Indeed, a feeling of excitement imbues the entire work, and there is refreshingly little sense of drudgery on the authors' parts. The authors are two young ish but distinguished practitioners, in clinical neurology and neuroradiology, from Australia and Scotland.

Over the past few months I consulted the book when faced with less common clinical conditions such as neurosyphilis, limb-girdle muscular dystrophy, tuberculous meningitis and hereditary spastic paraparesis and on the whole it provided an adequate overview and plenty of suggestions on differential diagnosis, investigations and further reading.

Also, some reference to concussive convulsions should have been included—a surprising omission given its characterization amongst Australian-rules footballers.

For my part as a clinician with an interest in neurodegeneration and neurogenetics , I felt that the very comprehensive genetic tests listed were somewhat unselective. Most are not available outwith research laboratories, and in any case should not be embarked upon without due consideration to the ethical implications for patients and their families.

In view of the authors' track records, it is not surprising that the chapter on stroke is outstanding.

In fact it serves well as a stand-alone text on the topic and I found it splendidly comprehensive when preparing a lecture for medical students. At present it is not known exactly which combination of clinical and imaging features reliably identify patients who will benefit or be harmed by thrombolysis Furthermore, the most effective concomitant neuroprotective, antithrombotic and anti-hypertensive regime, if any, remains to be established.

The neuroradiology, again not surprisingly, is outstanding, and there are hundreds of CT scans, MR scans and angiograms to mull over.

Coma and Related Disorders of Consciousness Chapter Faintness and Syncope Chapter Sleep and Its Abnormalities Section 5. Disorders of Speech and Language Section 6.

Fatigue, Asthenia, Anxiety, and Depression Chapter The Hypothalamus and Neuroendocrine Disorders Part 3. The Neurology of Aging Part 4. Major Categories of Neurologic Disease Chapter Intracranial Neoplasms and Paraneoplastic Disorders Chapter Cerebrovascular Diseases Chapter Developmental Diseases of the Nervous System Chapter Degenerative Diseases of the Nervous System Chapter Alcohol and Alcoholism Chapter Diseases of the Spinal Cord Chapter Diseases of the Peripheral Nerves Chapter Diseases of the Cranial Nerves Chapter Diseases of Muscle Chapter Psychiatric Disorders Chapter Depression and Bipolar Disease Chapter Upon receiving the request to review the ninth edition of Adams and Victor's Principles of Neurology, I recalled my experience with the fourth.

Diseases of the Spinal Cord Chapter Remember me on this computer. As suggested by the authors, Adams and Victor's Principles of Neurology is designed to provide well-educated physicians the understanding of the science behind diseases of the nervous system mixed with personal experience of special skills and the discipline of critical thinking.

Psychiatric Disorders Chapter