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    The rapid expansion of clinical knowledge in the field of neurology warrants a new edition of this highly regarded textbook of neurology. In addition to the anchor chapters on major areas such as headache, stroke, developmental disorders, dementia, epilepsy, acquired metabolic disorders, and others, several new chapters have been added to meet the clinical demand for those in practice. This edition features new chapters on neurotoxicology, neuroimaging, and neurogenetics including basic and more advanced concepts for the practitioner. Finally, as the health care system continues to evolve, a new chapter on population health and systems of care reflects current practice in team care, patient-centric approaches, and value-based care.

    *Pithy bullet points and standard prose allow the reader to assimilate concepts and key messages with ease

    *Summary tables, neuroimages, photomicrographs, neuroanatomic drawings, gross and microscopic neuropathologic specimen photos, graphics, and summary boxes further enhance the text

    *Chapters are crafted in a way to appeal to both the visuospatial and analytic functional centers of the brain, as we stimulate the senses and learn

    Hankey’s Clinical Neurology, Third Edition, will be of value to medical students, physicians in training, neurology fellows, neurologist and neurosurgeon practitioners, and advanced practice professionals (e.g., nurse practitioners and physician assistants) who are faced with neurologic practice challenges.

    Table of Contents

    1 Neurologic diagnosis

    1.1 Neurologic examination and CSF analysis

    John Dunne, Robert Edis, William McAuliffe

    1.2 Neurophysiologic examination

    John Dunne, Robert Edis, William McAuliffe

    2 Tools for the diagnosis and management of nervous system diseases

    2.1 Imaging the brain and spine

    William McAuliffe

    2.2 Neurogenetics

    Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, Deborah Hall, Gian Pal

    3 Population Health and Systems of Neurological Care

    Philip B. Gorelick, Hee-Joon Bae and Jong Kim

    4 Disorders of consciousness

    Sean Ruland and Rick Gill

    5 Epilepsy

    Donald C. Barr and Andres M. Kanner

    6 Headache

    Peter J. Goadsby

    7 Vertigo

    Jorge Kattah and Chris Glisson

    8 Hyperkinetic movement disorders

    Annu Aggarwal, Victor Fung, Philip Thompson

    9 Developmental diseases of the nervous system

    James Tonsgard and Nikolas Machado

    10 Hereditary and metabolic diseases of the central nervous system in adults

    Sho Yano and Kenneth Silver

    11 Concussion and Trauma of the brain and spinal cord

    Fernando Goldenberg and Ali Mansour

    12 Stroke and transient ischemic attacks of the brain and eye

    Graeme J. Hankey

    13 Neuroinfectious diseases

    13.1 Infections of the central nervous system

    Jeremy D. Young, Jess Herrick, and Scott Borgetti

    13.2 The Neurologic Manifestations of COVID-19

    Michael D. Carrithers

    14 Inflammatory disorders of the nervous system

    Neil Scolding

    15 Tumors of the nervous system

    Julie E. Hammack, Ugur Sener

    16 Degenerative diseases of the nervous system

    16.1 Dementia

    James A. Mastrianni and Elizabeth A. Harris

    16.2 Parkinson’s disease and parkinsonian disorders

    Brandon R. Barton and Roshi Patel

    16.3 Hereditary ataxias

    Vikram G. Shakkottai and Sharan Srinivasan

    17 Nutritional deficiencies

    Fernando D. Testai; Deepa Bhupali

    18 Acquired encephalopathies

    Herman Sullivan and M. Umar Farooq

    19 Neurotoxicology

    Sean D McCann and Trevonne M Thompson

    20 Disorders of circulation of the cerebrospinal fluid

    Edward A. Michals

    21 Cranial neuropathies I, V, and VII-XII

    Helene Rubeiz and Carlen Yuen

    22 Cranial neuropathies II, III, IV, and VI

    Heather Moss and Tanyatuth Padungkiatsagul

    23 Spinal cord disease

    Ryan Jacobson and Allison Osen

    24 Autonomic nervous system disorders

    Robert Henderson, Judy Spies

    25 Diseases of the peripheral nerve and mononeuropathies

    Diana Mnatsakanova and Charles Abrams

    26 Neuromuscular junction disorders

    Qin Li Jiang and Diana Mnatsakanova

    27 Muscle Disorders

    Betty Soliven, Kourosh Rezania and Peter Pytel

    28 Sleep Disorders

    Phyllis Zee, Margaret Kay-Stacey, and Eunice Torress-Rivera


    Philip B. Gorelick, MD, MPH, FACP, FAHA, FAAN, FANA, is Adjunct Professor of Neurology, Davee Department of Neurology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, USA; Emeritus Executive Medical Director, Mercy Health Hauenstein Neurosciences at Saint Mary’s Hospital; and Professor, Translational Neurosciences, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.

    Fernando D. Testai, MD, PhD, FAHA, is Associate Professor in Neurology, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA and Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation, University of Illinois–Health, Illinois, USA.

    Graeme J. Hankey, MBBS, MD, FRACP, FRCP, FRCPE, FAHA, FESO, FWSO, FAAHMS, is Professor of Neurology, Medical School, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, The University of Western Australia and Consultant Neurologist, Department of Neurology, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth, Australia.

    Joanna M. Wardlaw, CBE, MBChB, MRCP, FRCR, MD, FRCPE, FAHA, FESO, FWSO, FMedSci, FRSE, is Professor of Applied Neuroimaging, Division of Neuroimaging Sciences, Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences and UK Dementia Research Institute, University of Edinburgh, Chancellor’s Building, Edinburgh, UK

    "Overall, the book is well written and that is a tribute to its many contributors-also listed at the front. The text is clear and concise and is aimed at a wide audience from medical students to primary care practitioners, specialist neurology nurses and established specialists wanting a refresh. The text is clearly laid out and coverage is broken up into tradition medical headings. One advantage of the eBook is that headings and titles are hypertext and so simple click with a mouse on a PC or touch on a smart device takes you to that section." -Dr Harry Brown, Glycosmedia


    "A unique feature is the myriad of visual data -- in photographs, illustrations, neuropathologic microscopic slides, and summary tables. This sets it apart from other books in the field"

    Sasha Alick-Lindstrom, MD, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas