By James W. Lance
A Physiological method of scientific Neurology. similar day transport. OOKS SHIPPED precedence AIRMAIL - This replica released 1970, xi 246p huge textile dj, index, bibliography, photogr plates, infrequently used, VG+, a clean and fresh copy.A Physiological method of medical Neurology. James W. Lance. Hardback. gentle blue airborne dirt and dust jacket a few put on. Appleton Century Crofts major brown leatherette hardback. similar day delivery. Copyright 1970 Mrs. Lance. 246 pages. isbn 0407358501.
Read Online or Download A Physiological Approach to Clinical Neurology PDF
Best clinical books
Choice bias can, and does, happen, even in randomized scientific trials. Steps must be taken with a purpose to make sure that this doesn't compromise the integrity of scientific trials; for that reason “Selection Bias and Covariate Imbalances in Randomized scientific Trials” bargains a entire therapy of the topic and the technique concerned.
The place do you start to seem for a contemporary, authoritative article at the analysis or administration of a specific malignancy? The few basic oncology textbooks are as a rule outdated. unmarried papers in really expert journals are informative yet seldom finished; those are extra frequently initial stories on a truly constrained variety of sufferers.
Written via the world over popular specialists, medical Ophthalmic Oncology presents useful suggestions and suggestion at the analysis and administration of the whole diversity of ocular cancers. The publication offers all the cutting-edge wisdom required with a purpose to determine those cancers early and to regard them as successfully as attainable.
- Etomidate: An Intravenous Hypnotic Agent First Report on Clinical and Experimental Experience
- Angiogenesis: Models, Modulators, and Clinical Applications
- World Medical Association Medical Ethics Manual
- Microcirculation of the Heart: Theoretical and Clinical Problems
Additional info for A Physiological Approach to Clinical Neurology
1972). Pain and tickle. A brief review of electrophysiological studies of cutaneous nerves. In Pain. P. Payne etal. pp. 4-15. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone 2 Weakness O n e of the main concerns of this book is an analysis of the way in which the m o t o r system works and the manner in which its disorders are manifested as physical signs. Before attempting this dissection, it seems logical to discuss the symptom of weakness which brings most patients with motor disorders to their doctor. T h e r e is a lack of precision about the meaning of weakness which must be clarified at the beginning of the clinical history.
Archs Neurol. 3 , 381-385 8. Comings, D . E . and Amromin, G . D . (1974). Autosomal dominant insensitivity to pain with hypeφIastic myelinopathy and autosomal dominant indifference to pain. Neurology 24, 838-848 9. C o o k , A . W . J. (1965). Function of posterior columns in man. Archs Neurol. 12, 7 2 - 7 9 10. , Lambert, E . H . C. (1976). Pain in peripheral neuropathy related to rate and kind of fiber degeneration. Neurology 2 6 , 4 6 6 - 4 7 1 11. Eccles, J . C (1964). /4 ¿¿síra/o^. ΛΜΠ. Med.
Mclntyre. pp. 92-100. N e w York: Springer 21. Iggo, A . (1972a). The case for 'pain' receptors. In Pain. P. Payne et al. pp. 60-67 Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone 22. Iggo, A . (1972b). Critical remarks on the gate control theory. In Pain. P. Payne era/, pp. 127-131 23. Iggo, A . (1977). Cutaneous and subcutaneous sense organs. Brit. Med. Bull. 33, 97-102 24. Inman, V . T . B. de C M . (1944). Referred pain from skeletal structures. J. nerv. ment. Dis. 99, 660-667 25. Keele, C A . and Armstrong, D .
A Physiological Approach to Clinical Neurology by James W. Lance