Practical Neurology, 4th Ed.

SECTION I. Diagnosis

Chapter 1. Approach to the Patient with Acute Confusional State (Delirium/Encephalopathy)

Chapter 2. Approach to the Patient with Dementia

Chapter 3. Approach to the Patient with Aphasia

Chapter 4. Approach to the Patient with Memory Impairment

Chapter 5. Approach to the Comatose Patient

Chapter 6. Approach to the Patient with Seizures

Chapter 7. Approach to the Patient with Syncope

Chapter 8. Approach to the Patient with Gait Disturbances and Recurrent Falls

Chapter 9. Approach to the Patient with Sleep Disorders

Chapter 10. Approach to the Patient with Visual Loss

Chapter 11. Approach to the Patient with Abnormal Pupils

Chapter 12. Approach to the Patient with Diplopia

Chapter 13. Approach to the Patient with Facial Numbness

Chapter 14. Approach to the Patient with Facial Pain

Chapter 15. Approach to the Patient with Facial Weakness

Chapter 16. Approach to the Patient with Dizziness and Vertigo

Chapter 17. Approach to the Patient with Hearing Loss

Chapter 18. Approach to the Patient with Dysphagia

Chapter 19. Approach to the Patient with Dysarthria

Chapter 20. Approach to the Patient with Acute Headache

Chapter 21. Approach to the Patient with Chronic and Recurrent Headache

Chapter 22. Approach to the Patient with Neck Pain and/or Arm Pain

Chapter 23. Approach to the Patient with Low Back Pain, Lumbosacral Radiculopathy, and Lumbar Stenosis

Chapter 24. Approach to the Patient with Upper Extremity Pain, Paresthesias, and Entrapment Neuropathies

Chapter 25. Approach to the Patient with Lower Extremity Pain, Paresthesias, and Entrapment Neuropathies

Chapter 26. Approach to the Patient with Failed Back Syndrome

Chapter 27. Approach to the Patient with Acute Sensory Loss

Chapter 28. Approach to the Hyperkinetic Patient

Chapter 29. Approach to the Hypokinetic Patient

Chapter 30. Approach to the Patient with Acute Muscle Weakness

Chapter 31. Approach to the Patient with Neurogenic Orthostatic Hypotension, Sexual and Urinary Dysfunction, and Other Autonomic Disorders

Chapter 32. Neuroimaging of Common Neurologic Conditions

Chapter 33. Approach to the Selection of Electrodiagnostic, CSF, and Other Ancillary Testing

Chapter 34. Approach to Common Office Problems of Pediatric Neurology

Chapter 35. Approach to Ethical Issues in Neurology

SECTION II. Treatment

Chapter 36. Ischemic Cerebrovascular Disease

Chapter 37. Hemorrhagic Cerebrovascular Disease

Chapter 38. Epilepsies in Children

Chapter 39. Epilepsy in Adults

Chapter 40. Multiple Sclerosis

Chapter 41. Movement Disorders

Chapter 42. Dementia

Chapter 43. Central Nervous System Infections

Chapter 44. Neurologic Complications in AIDS

Chapter 45. Spinal Cord Disorders

Chapter 46. Peripheral Neuropathy

Chapter 47. Myopathy

Chapter 48. Disorders of the Neuromuscular Junction

Chapter 49. Therapy of Migraine, Cluster, and Tension Headaches

Chapter 50. Chronic Pain

Chapter 51. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Chapter 52. Primary CNS Tumors

Chapter 53. Nervous System Complications of Cancer

Chapter 54. Neurotoxicology

Chapter 55. Sleep Disorders

Chapter 56. Dizziness and Vertigo

Chapter 57. Neurologic Diseases in Pregnancy

Chapter 58. The ABCs of Neurologic Emergencies