By C.M. Poser
It is a thoroughly new, solely up to date colour atlas-textbook of a number of sclerosis (MS). the 1st of its style, it deals specified worth for its illustrations and instructive textual content at the very newest diagnostic techniques for MS. The ebook opens with introductory and history details after which covers the pathogenesis of MS related to alteration of the blood-brain barrier. The part on prognosis covers IgG and oligoclonal bands within the cerebrospinal fluid; evoked power experiences, together with visible, brainstem auditory, and somatosensory; MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), together with MRI differential prognosis concerning ADEM, MDEM, Lyme disorder, and HTLV-I spastic paraparesis; and puppy (positron emission tomography) and SPECT (single photon emission tomography). Concluding sections conceal the gross, microscopic, and electronmicroscopic pathology of MS and the visible procedure in MS, concerning optic and retrobulbar neuritis; fundoscopy, and visible fields. contains bibliographic re ferences and index.
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Courtesy of Countway Library, Harvard Medical School ©1998 CRC Press LLC Figure 5 Illustrations of multiple sclerosis of the (a) brain, (b) spinal cord and (c) brain stem, from Cruveilhier’s atlas. The plaques were described as “gray transformation and degeneration”. Courtesy of Countway Library, Harvard Medical School a c ©1998 CRC Press LLC b Figure 6 Jean Martin Charcot (1825–1893), Professor of Pathologic Anatomy at the University of Paris and neurologist at the Salpêtrière. Courtesy of Countway Library, Harvard Medical School ©1998 CRC Press LLC Figure 7 James Walker Dawson (1870–1927), Pathologist at the Royal College of Physicians Laboratory in Edinburgh.
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An Atlas of Multiple Sclerosis by C.M. Poser