Monographie

WL 544 H236 (available) - Monographie
Handbook of peripheral neuropathy / ed. BROMBERG, Mark B. ; ed. SMITH, A. Gordon.
Taylor & Francis, 2005, xv, 701 p.

Collection : Neurological disease and therapy ; 71

Descriptors
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Peripheral neuropathy
Reference books

Mots-clés secondaires : Cranial nerves diseases ; Demyelinating diseases ; Diabetic neuropathy ; Neuritis ; Guillain-Barré syndrome ; Diagnostic techniques and procedures ; Therapeutics

Résumé :

Presenting a detailed study of the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of peripheral nerves, this reference provides a clear approach to the evaluation, characterization and treatment of peripheral neuropathies. Reviewing each major class of these disorders, the text also includes authoritative discussions of clinical characteristics, electrodiagnostic features, examination findings, and treatment options and outcomes.

A straightforward and all-encompassing resource for any neurologist or specialist dealing with these common disorders, this reference:
- provides authoritative guidance on the diagnosis and management of peripheral neuropathies
- highlights the use of electrodiagnostic studies to help classify and narrow the differential diagnosis, leading to efficient use of laboratory testing
- reviews major types of neuropathies for their clinical features, diagnostic workup, treatment, and prognosis
- includes numerous tables and algorithms to help the diagnostic process.

Illustrations : ill.
Language : Anglais
Doc n° : 21376 ISBN / ISSN : 0824754328
NumRec : 2137603
 

       

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