Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or motor neurone disease is one of the most debilitating and devastating of the neurological diseases with an incidence of about 1:100,000 In 26 chapters divided into five sections, this book examines all aspects of ALS from pathology to patient care and provides the reader with a ready reference to help with the relentless difficulties encountered in patient diagnosis and treatment.
Table of Contents
1. Clinical Features 2. Pathology 3. Functional and Physiological Studies 4. Pathogenesis 5. Therapeutic Approaches 6. Patient Care
Robert H. Brown (Massachusetts Gen. Hosp East, Charlestown, Massachusetts, US) (Edited by) , Michael Swash (The Royal London Hospital, London, UK) (Edited by) , Piera Pasinelli (Massachusetts General Hospital, Charlestown, USA) (Edited by)