Neues Online-Buch: Handbook of Clinical Neurology


Handbook of Clinical Neurology

Diverse Volumes:

pp. 1-1351 (2008) Stroke Part III: Investigation and Management
pp. 1-982 (2008) Stroke Part II: Clinical Manifestations and Pathogenesis
pp. 1-433 (2008) Stroke
pp. 1-451 (2008) Neuromuscular Junction Disorders
pp. 1-391 (2008) Disorders of Consciousness
pp. 1-913 (2008) Dementias
pp. 1-594 (2008) Neuropsychology and Behavioral Neurology
pp. 1-644 (2007) Malformations of the Nervous System
pp. 1-414 (2007) Myopathies
pp. 1-367 (2007) HIV/AIDS and the Nervous System
pp. 1-570 (2007) Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders, Part II

The Handbook of Clinical Neurology series has an international reputation as the ultimate reference tool for neurologists involved in clinical research and for neuroscience research workers. It offers a comprehensive coverage of the whole field of neurology with the highest quality of scientific content.

Supervising the compilation of the series and choosing topics for future volumes is an internationally known team of series editors

* Dr Michael J. Aminoff, Department of Neurology, University of California, USA
* Dr Francois Boller, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA
* Dr Dick F. Swaab, Netherlands Unit for Brain Research, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The mission for the third series of HCN is to cover the entire field of neurology in approximately 30 volumes, and to become once again the world’s most comprehensive source of information in neurology. It will cover recent developments in clinical neurology, taking into account new information from the neurosciences, neurogenetics, neuropsychology and neuropsychiatry. There will be systematic inclusion of neurobiological aspects of the nervous system in health and disease, in order to clarify physiological and pathogenic mechanisms and to provide new therapeutic strategies. Each volume will include data on epidemiology, imaging, genetics and therapy.