Companion to Peripheral Neuropathy
Illustrated Cases and New Developments
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The new Companion to Peripheral Neuropathy: Illustrated Case Studies by Dr. Peter J. Dyck, et al, which supplements Dyck and Thomas’ authoritative and comprehensive Peripheral Neuropathy, features illustrated case studies that explore the evaluation and management of the most common peripheral nerve disorders. Leading authorities in the field contribute clues to the diagnosis, clinical features, imaging studies, histopathology and more for each case. You’ll gain new insights into the causes of peripheral nerve disorders to help you diagnose and treat every condition. The book is also featured on the up-to-date Expert Consult platform so that you will have access to the fully searchable text and image library.
- Offers new insights in clinical and electrophysiologic characterization, imaging, histopathology, and molecular genetics
- Shows you how abstract diagnosis and management principles apply in real situations
- Presents more illustrations than any competing reference so you can see disorders as they present in practice
- Offers expert clues to help you diagnose and manage patients quickly and effectively
- Provides references to the most significant literature in the field so you can stay at the forefront of this science
- Includes access to the complete contents online for convenient, fully searchable reference
"Overall, this textbook is informative, well-written and designed to provide a diagnostic and therapeutic framework for the assessment of neuropathies. It is of clear value both for those clinicians who have a special interest in peripheral nerve disease and for the general neurologist." Dr Arun Krishnan, Senior Lecturer in Neuroscience, University of New South Wales and Consultant Neurologist, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, Australia
By Peter James Dyck, MD, Professor of Neurology, Department of Neurology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; P. James B. Dyck; Christopher J. Klein; Phillip Low; Kimberly Amrami; JaNean Engelstad and Robert J. Spinner, MD