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Trists from around the world to provide us with a case study that has taught them an important lesson or has influenced their clinical care the result is a collection of. Get this from a library neuropsychiatry case studies josef priller hugh rickards this book comprises succinct accessible clinical cases in neuropsychiatry. Trists from around the world to provide us with a case study that has taught them an important lesson or has influenced their clinical care the result is a collection of. Neuropsychiatry case studies is divided into sections relating to specific areas of neuropsychiatry including dementias movement disorders autoimmune encephalopathies and epilepsy amongst others this book is aimed at trainee doctors in neurology and psychiatry and will also be of interest to fully trained doctors nurses psychologists and . P is a new approach to scientific publishing as an open service to scientists it is driven by researchers for researchers while serving the interests of the general public neurology and psychiatry are closely
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