The Clinical Atlas of Parkinson's Disease
AUTHOR: Nicholl, David and Williams, Adrian
PUBLISHER: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
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?This product has a very smart presentation of its interface. The videos are almost all well-produced with good quality interaction with the doctor. It is easy to navigate with very clear, well-designed screens.?
Parkinson?s disease is one of the most frequently occurring disorders of the nervous system, affecting several million people worldwide yet it also remains one of the most baffling and complex disorders to diagnose. The subtle differences between Parkinson?s and other related diseases makes an accurate diagnosis difficult even for an experienced neurologist.
This fully-featured interactive CD-ROM compares the clinical presentations of Parkinson?s disease with other, similar diseases using high-quality video footage obtained from leading neurologists in the field. It covers the broad range of clinical problems that occur during the course of a patient?s illness and reviews the treatment strategies available.
Combining the extensive text of a book with the visual back-up of film, this CD-ROM is destined to become a significant reference for the training of neurologists in the diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson?s disease.
PUBLICATION DATE: 6/27/2003