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About the Book :  This classic work is written for frontline clinicians who need to ask "Where is it?" when diagnosing a neurological disorder, helping them reach a diagnosis with greater accuracy and avoiding unnecessary testing. Updated to reflect the latest literature, enhanced with color anatomical diagrams and additional tables, Localization in Clinical Neurology is a cornerstone in clinical neurology. Contents : Preface iv General Principles of Neurologic Localization Peripheral Nerves Cervical, Brachial, and Lumbosacral Plexi Spinal Nerve and Root Spinal Cord Cranial Nerve I (The Olfactory Nerve) Visual Pathways The Localization of Lesions Affecting the Ocular Motor System Cranial Nerve V (The Trigeminal Nerve) Cranial Nerve VII (The Facial Nerve) Cranial Nerve VIII (The Vestibulocochlear Nerve) Cranial Nerves IX and X (The Glossopharyngeal and Vagus Nerves) Cranial Nerve XI (The Spinal Accessory Nerve) Cranial Nerve XII (The Hypoglossal Nerve) Brainstem The Cerebellum The Localization of Lesions Affecting the Hypothalamus and Pituitary Gland The Anatomic Localization of Lesions in the Thalamus Basal Ganglia The Localization of Lesions Affecting the Cerebral Hemispheres Localization of Lesions in the Autonomic Nervous System Vascular Syndromes of the Forebrain, Brainstem, and Cerebellum The Localization of Lesions Causing Coma Index

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