Written by a neuroanatomist, a pediatric neurologist, and an adult neurologist, The Integrated Nervous System is a problem-based text written for an introductory neuroscience course for medical and allied health students. The format is patient-centered and focuses on the effects of neurological disorders, the methodology of diagnosis, and patient outcomes. This book is unusual in the field of neuroscience texts in that, in addition to teaching basic and clinical neuroscience, it also stresses the psychological and psychosocial problems of neurological patients and the roles of various health care professionals in treatment and rehabilitation.
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