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Neurological emergencies, 3rd edn
  1. Carole Libetta
  1. Hope Hospital, Manchester, UK

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    R A C Hughes, editor. (£35.00). BMJ Books, 2001. ISBN 0-7279-1405-7.

    Neurological emergencies are comparatively rare but can have disastrous consequences if missed or mismanaged. Neurology terrifies many SHOs and even the most experienced A&E specialist is likely to feel nervous at the thought of a patient with myasthenic crisis or cerebral malaria. A text providing up to date, practical information on the diagnosis and immediate management of acute neurological emergencies would therefore be a useful addition to any emergency department library.

    This book covers all the neurological emergencies likely to …

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