Seizures: Medical Causes and Management - Current Clinical Practice (Hardback)Norman Delanty (editor)
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Publisher: Humana Press Inc.
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 2090 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 22 mm
Edition: 2002 ed.
"Seizures are big events in the life of an individual. Seizures have big consequences. Seizures deserve big treatment. Norman Delanty has recognized this and with this book has filled a significant hole in our medical literature." -Marc A. Dichter, MD
"This book focuses on the circumstances under which seizures develop in any given condition, how to recognize this potential life-threatening complication, and how to effectively treat it within the context of that disease. As such it is destined to become a "must have" book for almost anyone practicing medicine-in the office or in the hospital-regardless of one's specialty or the mix of patient's in one's practice. Seizures are big events in the life of an individual. Seizures have big consequences. Seizures deserve big treatment. Norman Delanty has recognized this and with this book has filled a significant hole in our medical literature." -Marc A. Dichter, MD
"This book covers the most common clinical aspects of seizures encountered in many diseases. The different symptoms and signs and management of different medical diseases are illustrated thoroughly and this well organized book makes it easy to locate the information readers need. Seizures indeed are scary events in the life of individual patient. The medical causes of seizures are very common. There are not many books that integrate all this information together. In this sense it is mandatory to have such a book as this one. Physicians in many medical specialties will benefit from this book." -Doody's Health Sciences Book Review Journal, Weighted Numerical Score: 90 - 4 Stars!
"...general physicians, neurologists, and those working in the accident and emergency department, and this book, which is both readable and comprehensively referenced, will be of interest to all these groups." -Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry
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