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A Clinical Handbook

Clarke, Charles


1. Edition August 2022
496 Pages, Softcover
Handbook/Reference Book

ISBN: 978-1-119-23572-9
John Wiley & Sons

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"This Handbook is a sparkling addition to the neurological library, a concise and clear guide to clinical practice in neurology, written in elegant prose, a tribute to Queen Square and to the contribution that both Hospital and Institute have made to neurology. It is the encapsulation of wisdom gained in a long career. For practitioners in the art of neurology, junior and senior this is required reading."

--Simon Shorvon, National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square

Neurology: A Clinical Handbook is a practical text, for both neurologists and general physicians, in the wards, the office or at home. This book spans the breadth of neurology and its challenges, for those who require a rapid resource in accessible language.

The Handbook is also aimed at those considering entering neurology, neurophysiology and neurorehabilitation and for medical trainees and consultants in many specialities. It is an invaluable source for the MRCP, a ready-made reference for clinical practice and for the specialist nurse and therapist.

The book deals with essentials - of neuroanatomy, clinical examination, mechanisms of neurological disease and the major issues of dementia and stroke in an ageing population. More specific aspects of neurology are also addressed, including the specialist fields of nerve and muscle disease, the spinal cord, headache and the cranial nerves, infection in the nervous system, MS and sleep disorders. The allied disciplines of neurorehabilitation, neuropsychiatry, neuro-oncology, uro-neurology, neuro-otology and neuro-ophthalmology are also covered.

The aim is to provide both an introduction and a summary - of general neurological practice and the specialist aspects of neurology and neuroscience.



1. Neurology Worldwide: Public Health & Essential Neuro-epidemiology

2. Movement, Sensation & The Silent Brain

3. Aetiologies & Mechanisms: Genetics, Immunology & Ion Channels

4. Examination, Diagnosis & The Language of Neurology

5. Cognition, Cortical Function & Dementias

6. Stroke & Cerebrovascular Disease

7. Movement Disorders

8. Epilepsy & Related Disorders

9. Infection & the Nervous System

10. Nerve, Anterior Horn Cell & Muscle Disease

11. Multiple Sclerosis, Devic's & other Demyelinating Diseases

12. Headache

13. Cranial Nerve Disorders

14. Neuro-Ophthalmology

15. Neuro-Otology: Disorders of Balance & Hearing

16. Spinal Cord & Spinal Column

17. Ataxias, Cerebellar Disorders & Related Conditions

18. Restorative Neurology, Rehabilitation & Brain Injury

19. Toxins, Physical Insults, Nutritional & Metabolic Disorders, Unregulated Drugs

20. Consciousness, Coma, Intensive Care & Sleep

21. Neuro-Oncology

22. Neuropsychiatry: an introduction

23. Pain

24. Autonomic Aspects of Neurology

25. Uro-Neurology & Sexual Dysfunction

26. Systemic Conditions & Neurology

Dr Charles Clarke has been a consultant neurologist since 1979 and has broad experience and interests throughout neurology. He worked at St Bartholomew's Hospital, the National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery and in the front line of clinical practice at Whipps Cross Hospital, London and other district general hospitals. He has retired from the NHS and remains in practice. He was both the founding editor and an author of Neurology: A Queen Square Textbook, First and Second Edition.

C. Clarke, National Hospital For Neurology and Neurosurgery, University College Hospitals, London