Clinical Approach to Pediatric Neurology for Postgraduate Students & Practicing Pediatricians 2nd/2024

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  • Jaya Shankar Kaushik, Piyush Gupta
  • 9789356967601
  • Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd
  • 2nd
  • 2024
  • 1 K.g.
  • 574
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Pediatricians often use the book as the first reference before presenting a neurological case. Based on feedback from residents, we have included several new chapters. We hope this edition helps postgraduate students and practicing pediatricians approach clinical cases in pediatric neurology. This edition comes up with a detailed chapter on Neurological Examination. It covers all components of neurological examination in a simple language. The chapter on developmental history and examination is a new addition in this edition, considering its importance in exam case presentation and day-to-day practice. Approach to a Child with Macrocephaly and Microcephaly, Vision Loss, and Hearing Loss are new chapters that make this edition more appealing. Cerebral palsy is the most common case presentation in the examinations, so a chapter on the Approach to a Child with Cerebral Palsy has been added to this edition. The chapter on Case of Paraplegia has been expanded with a more detailed discussion. All other chapters have been updated based on recent developments in pediatric neurology.

Provides a simplified approach to diagnosis of various childhood neurological problems including seizure, encephalopathy, developmental delay, neuro regression, movement disorder, ataxia, neuromuscular weakness, vision loss and hearing loss. 
•    Each chapter on clinical approach is replete with Case Vignettes which provide a promising complement to understanding the topics.
•    Covers the bare basics of clinical neuroanatomy and electrophysiology relevant to clinical practice.
•    Exhaustive yet simplified chapter on developmental examination and neurological examination of children included.
•    Provides an illustrious chapter on developing the art of reading and interpreting neuroimaging findings. 
•    Genetics relevant to pediatric neurology has been demystified with anecdotes. 
•    A section is dedicated to residents to help them prepare common cases encountered in pediatric neurology. The section has plenty of practical key boxes that will help residents to present neurology cases in their examinations.
•    Management of common conditions encountered in practice has been succinctly covered.
•    Written in a relatively simple language, which is easy-to-understand and reproduce. The book has plenty of figures, tables, and flowcharts that will be immensely useful to the readers. 
•    A must for every postgraduate student and practicing pediatrician in India and abroad.

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