Table of contents for Brain and Bannister's clinical neurology.

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PART I. Symptoms, Signs, and Investigations
1. The Examination of the Patient
2. The Cranial Nerves
3. Examination of the Limbs and Trunk
4. Language and Higher Cortical Function
5. Consciousness and Unconsciousness
6. Epilepsy
7. Headache and Migraine
8. Ancillary Investigations
PART II. Disorders of Anatomical Regions
9. Disorders of the Cerebral Circulation
10. Dementia and Higher Cerebral Function
11. Injuries to the Brain
12. Intracranial Tumor
13. Intracranial Abscess
14. Hydrocephalus
15. Some Neurological Disorders of Childhood
16. Parkinsonism and Movement Disorders
17. Disorders of the Limbic System and Hypothalamus
18. Disorders of the Spinal Cord
19. Disorders of the Nerve Roots and Peripheral Nerves
20. Disorders of Muscle
PART III. Infections
21. Meningitis
22. Poliomyelitis
23. Encephalomyelitis
24. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and Retrovirus Infections
25. Syphilis of the Nervous System
PART IV. Diffuse and System Disorders
26. Multiple Sclerosis and Demyelinating Diseases
27. Motor Neuron Disease
28. Genetically Determined Degeneration of the Nervous System
29. Toxic and Deficiency Disorders
30. Neurological Syndromes and Associated Malignant Diseases
PART V. Psychological Factors in Neurology
31. Psychological Factors in Neurology

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Nervous system -- Diseases.
Nervous System Diseases.