Neurological Problems describes the clinical and pathological aspects of numerous neurological disorders. This book is organized into four parts encompassing 69 chapters.
The opening part provides an introduction to the close relationship between the central nervous system and the categories of pathological reactions in man. The next parts deal first with certain problems concerning peripheral vasomotor activity, followed by discussions on neurophysiological mechanisms and chemical aspects of neurological problems. The last part presents considerable clinical manifestations and case studies of these problems.
This book is of value to neurologists, neurophysiologists, pathologists, and clinicians.