John pattons neurological differential diagnosis was the first text of neurology i purchased at the suggestion of my chief resident dr john stiller while doing my required 3 month clerkship during my medical training inthe 1980s. Excellent anatomy and clinical reasoning book on neurology much better and complete than a made easy book but the concepts are really easily understandable good foundation book for semiology and differential diagnosis. The majority of doctors are ill at ease when confronted by a patient with a neurological problem candidates for qualifying examinations and higher diplomas dread that they will be allocated a neurological iong case this is a serious reflection on the adequacy of training in neurology. Neurologic differential diagnosis and screening for referral the purpose of this course is to review the process of neurologic differential diagnosis for screening for referral in particular we will discuss how to identify red flags determine if the patients given diagnosis matches their presentation and how to organize and . However the fact that a second edition was published in 1996 shows that patten is aware that differential diagnoses are continually evolving when the first edition was completed lumbar puncture angiography myelography and air encephalography were still the principal modes of investigation
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