neurologi, (af gr. neuron ‘nerve, sene’ og -logi), neuromedicin, læren om nervesystemets struktur, funktion og sygdomme, dvs. de medicinske nervesygdomme.
Formålet med undervisningen er at bibringe de studerende kendskab til de mest almindelige neurologiske sygdomme, at oplære dem i neurologisk anamnese og objektiv undersøgelse og at optræne evnen til relevant klinisk ræsonnement ud fra de indhentede data. Der lægges forholdsvis mindre vægt på de behandlingsmæssige aspekter.
Symptoms are the body’s mother tongue; signs are in a foreign language.
The second edition of Neurologic Disorders of the Larynx is a comprehensive reference assembling the clinical knowledge of a multidisciplinary team of experts in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of laryngeal dysfunction. Divided into three main sections, the book opens with a review of basic physiologic concepts, covering relevant anatomy, neural innervation, and electrophysiology.Read more
Pocket-sized and affordable, this classic Thieme Flexibook provides a thorough and comprehensive review of clinical neurology. The fully revised fourth edition puts new emphasis on clinical relevance, and contains updated information on stroke, epilepsy, eye movements, headache, and more!Read more
Updated and revised in all areas where there have been developments in understanding of neurological disease and in neurological and neurosurgical management. This revision has also incorporated current guidelines, particularly recommendations from National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE).Read more
Neurosurgery, the Official Journal of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons is your most complete window on the contemporary field of neurosurgery. Members of the Congress and non-member subscribers receive 3000 pages per year packed with the very latest science, technology, and medicine, not to mention full-text online access to the world’s most complete, up-to-the-minute neurosurgery resource.Read more
Combining new, evidence-based literature with the hands-on experience of leading specialists, this book provides the practical approach clinicians need, especially when dealing with an emergency situation. Each chapter examines a question frequently encountered during neurotrauma care, offering clear and succinct answers to core topics.Read more
Managing Patients with Head Injuries is a comprehensive, holistic, evidence-based approach to the primary, secondary and tertiary care of a person with neurotrauma. Using a patient-centred needs approach to enhance the quality of care of head injured patients, this multidisciplinary book enables the reader to apply the knowledge, skills and attitudes learned to the practice of neurotrauma in all settings.Read more