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The Interface of Neurology and Internal Medicine

Posted by iskanbasal on April 8, 2008

This is an interesting book review from the

“In this book, Biller has assembled a group of neurologists and internists skilled in 23 medical specialties and in 171 specific conditions, one for each chapter. The chapters are formatted in a uniform pattern, each focusing on a brief case vignette. The essays are comprehensive, and the coverage of topics is excellent. The book is also attractively produced. A novel feature is that the entire content of the book is posted on the Web; each copy of the book includes a password that allows the purchaser to enter the Web site, making it easier to search for a particular topic.” This review is presented by the renowned Prof. Lewis P. Rowland, M.D. the editor of the Merrit’s textbook of neurology and a famous expert in Motor Neuron Disease.

I have been fascinated by an another book in neurology authored by Prof. Biller:

Localization in clinical neurology”. Here, but in the recent new edition of this book I read some chapters that was very useful to better understand clinical neurology and its complicated problems. Certainly i’d like to have this new interested book of Prof. Biller


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