Multiple sclerosis for the practicing neurologist
Multiple Sclerosis for the Practicing Neurologist, edited by Joel Oger, MD, and Adnan Al-Araji, MB, offers a practical review of this disabling condition, especially focused on the evaluation and treatment of patients in low-resource environments, which lack these new technologies. It is the fifth volume in a series of clinically oriented titles developed under the auspices of the World Federation of Neurology.
This volume gives concise, useful clinical information for practicing neurologists, providing a straightforward overview of each topic and including many representative case studies. Drs. Oger and Al-Araji effectively demonstrate that a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis is possible and acceptable without expensive tests and equipment, such as MRIs. In parallel, treatment options that avoid costly disease-modifying drugs have been stressed throughout. Topics covered include:
Multiple Sclerosis for the Practicing Neurologist is the first volume to address the issues faced by neurologists with limited resources who must deliver care to MS patients.
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|Full title||multiple sclerosis for the practicing neurologist|
|Author||joel oger co chair|
|Last Update||2018-05-17 04:50:23AM|
|Last Indexed||2018-06-19 04:57:58AM|
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|record_details||external_econtent:ils:.b13016659|eBook|eBook|1st ed.|English|Demos,|2007.|xii, 112 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|
|series||World Federation of Neurology seminars in clinical neurology|
|series_with_volume||World Federation of Neurology seminars in clinical neurology|5|
|title_display||Multiple sclerosis for the practicing neurologist|
|title_full||Multiple sclerosis for the practicing neurologist [electronic resource] / Joel Oger [co-chair] [et al.]|
|title_short||Multiple sclerosis for the practicing neurologist|