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Comprehensive Board Review in Neurology

2012. Buch. 380 S.: 220 Illustrationen. Softcover
Thieme Medical Publishers ISBN 978-1-60406-593-0
Format (B x L): 27,9 x 21,6 cm
Gewicht: 1240 g
In englischer Sprache
Praise for the first edition:

Comprehensive Board Review in Neurology makes a fine study tool for those who spend considerable time
during residency preparing for the boards as well as those pressed for
time. -- Sudha Tallavajhula, MD,
Neurology
, November, 2007
Comprehensive Board Review in Neurology, Second Edition, is an essential resource for neurology residents and fellows studying for the Resident In-Service Training Exam (RITE) and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) board examination. It is also useful for neurologists preparing for recertification exams. Written in a concise outline format, the text distills all the information typically needed to master the RITE and ABPN examinations.
Updates included in this second edition include a section on coma, expanded coverage of epilepsy, an overview of new pharmacological treatments for multiple sclerosis, and much more!
Key Features:

Content reflects the core continuing medical
education topics established by the American Academy of Neurology

Full-color, detailed illustrations and pathology
photos help elucidate the text

Filled with efficient summary tables and boxed
content to highlight the most salient "take-aways"

A new appendix, "Tight Association List," enables readers to recognize commonly associated clinical terms in a multiple-choice setting
This reliable review book contains everything needed to successfully prepare for board exams or recertification exams in neurology.
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New • A section on coma, expanded coverage of epilepsy, an overview of new pharmacological treatments for multiple sclerosis • "Tight Association List," enables readers to recognize commonly associated clinical terms in a multiple-choice setting
Herausgegeben von: link iconMark K. Borsody