Clinical neurology of the older adult, second edition, edited by Joseph I. Sirven and Barbara L. Malamut, is a well-organized collection of the latest relevant clinical information for treating elderly patients. Each chapter is written by experts on the topic at hand and is compiled by the editors into this comprehensive volume. The book is divided into four sections: Introduction: What makes the older adult unique (Chapters 1–6), Common signs and symptoms in the older adult (Chapters 7–16), Specific neurological conditions affecting the older adult (Chapters 17–30), and Psychosocial issues in the older adult (Chapters 31–35).
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Published online: September 01, 2010
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