III. Fundamentals of Neurology. An Illustrated Guide. Mark Mumenthaler, M.D.. Professor Emeritus of Neurology. Former Head of the Department of Neurology. Fundamentals of neurology: an illustrated guide. Edited by Mark. Mumenthaler, Heinrich Mattle,. Ethan Taub. Thieme International,. Stuttgart, . Definition: The cerebrospinal fluid is examined for the diagnosis or exclusion of infec- tious or demyelinating diseases of the brain, meninges, spinal cord, and.
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Работа по теме: Fundamentals of Neurology. ().pdf . Neurology: an illustrated guide / Mark Mumenthaler, Heinrich Mattle ; translated. This page pocketbook will appeal to students, residents, general practitioners, and neurology specialists needing a rapid reference on. Article · Info & Metrics · References · PDF In a page softcover book, Drs. Mumenthaler, Mattle, and Taub describe key topics in neurology. The first 80 pages of the book deal with the fundamentals of neurology, neurologic examination.
Preface to the Fourth English Edition in our opinion, mainly to confirm a diagnosis that has already been formulated on the basis of the case history and physical examination. It should be possible to arrive at a single diagnosis or a narrow differential diagnosis through a critical assessment and logical combination of these elements, in the light of an understanding of topical neurologic diagnosis and of the patterns of neurologic disease, which is what this book seeks to impart.
We have also written another, less comprehensive text, Grundkurs Neurologie soon to be available in English as Fundamentals of Neurology , which provides an introduction to clinical neurology for medical students and allied health professionals. That text, unlike this one, includes introductory chapters on the neurological examination and on ancillary testing.
We are glad to have secured the collaboration of Dr. Ethan Taub, an American-trained and certified neurosurgeon practicing in Switzerland, for this English edition. He has not only produced an accurate translation of fine literary quality, but has also, through his familiarity with American medicine, succeeded in adapting this edition optimally to the standard practice and terminology of Englishspeaking physicians.
We would like to thank Dr. Thomas Scherb, Dr. We also thank all of the readers and friends whose critical advice has helped us eliminate errors and maximize the accuracy of the text.
We gratefully look forward to more such advice in the future. Many people have helped us obtain references and illustrations, reviewed parts of the manuscript critically, and participated in the technical aspects of book production.
We would like to express our particular thanks in this regard to Professor G. Schroth, Dr. Remonda, Dr. Donati, Dr. Gutbrod, Professor Ch. Hess, Dr. Jenzer, PD Dr. Mathis, Prof. Bassetti, Dr. Nirkko, and Dr. Imesch, as well as Dr.
Annelies Blum. We hope that this translation of the book into the lingua franca of modern medicine will make it accessible to a wider audience, in the Englishspeaking countries and throughout the world.
It has covered the field of neurology in greater depth with each new edition, while incorporating the latest clinical and scientific advances, and has thus doubled in size since it last appeared in English the 3rd edition of , translated by E. Burrows from the 9th German edition. Yet, thanks to the skill of the authors, the book has not become unwieldy and remains eminently readable for both study and reference. In translating and adapting the 11th German edition to produce this English version, I have worked directly from the current German text, but have occasionally borrowed words and phrases from the previous English edition when I found they could not be improved on.
The text mostly corresponds to the German, paragraph by paragraph, and even page by page for long stretches toward the beginning of the book. I have sparingly added words of explanation wherever this might help the reader, especially in passages touching on my own specialty neurosurgery , but have otherwise done my best to convey the sense of the original unaltered.
Needless to say, the opinions and expert judgments expressed in the book are those of the authors. I have learnt much in the process of translation and am grateful to Professors Mumenthaler and Mattle, and to Georg Thieme Verlag, for the privilege of helping them put this book before an English-speaking audience. Neurology Minneap. Camp, W.
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