Opis: Caplan's Stroke A Clinical Approach - Louis R. Caplan, L Caplan
Updated and revised, this new edition of "Caplan's Stroke" continues to provide a concise and pragmatic approach to the evaluation, diagnosis, and management of adult and pediatric stroke patients. Dr. Caplan - a highly esteemed stroke authority - shares with you his vast experience and wisdom as a stroke clinician, including his time-tested strategies and unique clinical pearls that you can implement into your own practice. Expanded coverage of imaging and laboratory diagnosis and treatment as well as extensive revisions throughout, brings you the latest advances on prevention, complications, and rehabilitation. The use of case studies illustrates the types of clinical scenarios you may experience in practice. And, its conversational, easy-to-read format make "Caplan's Stroke" an ideal resource for general neurologists, non-neurologists, and stroke specialists alike. ."Well illustrated.has a balanced style that is possible only in works written by a single author.the prose is direct and clear, which certainly makes for easy reading?-NEJM, rec. of the last ed.
"In Caplan's Stroke, we have a digestible, readable, and sure-handed guide to the care of stroke patients. Medical students, internists, neurologists, and stroke specialists will all benefit from reading this book.?-JAMA, review of the last ed.
[.] Although several texts on cerebrovascular disease are available, none matches Caplan's Stroke: A Clinical Approach. This is more than a monograph about stroke; it is the main avenue that the neurologist or internist interested in cerebrovascular disease should travel together with the patient who has had a stroke.
The book is a distillation of the personal knowledge and clinical experience of Caplan, one of the world's leading stroke specialists. The frequent use of the first person results in a patient-oriented, grand-rounds format, with precise, in-depth information about all aspects of cerebrovascular disease. This combination provides the most interesting and comprehensive clinical presentation of stroke I have encountered. One can agree or not with some points of the author's clinical, diagnostic, or therapeutic approach, but surely any reader who likes to learn about this disease from patients and a master teacher will read it like scripture.
The 19 chapters address all major areas of clinical stroke medicine through review of recent literature, application of
existing knowledge to the practice of vascular neurology, and review of the practical issues relating to investigation and treatment. To effectively help the reader, the volume is well illustrated with high-quality illustrations and tables. The illustrations in the section on arterial territories of the human brain are especially detailed and well produced. The quality of the many computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging brain images and angi