With over 800 illustrations, the majority in full colour, Clinical Neurology reflects the major contribution of neuroradiology to medical neurology and combines the advantages of a colour atlas and a textbook. Each condition is described on a page or a spread of pages, using a structured text and integrating colour photographs, radiographs and line diagrams.The book is both comprehensive and practical, with material organised according to the presenting complaint of the patient or according to a logical pathophysiologic and anatomic classification scheme. For each disorder there is a clear definition, discussion of etiology, clinical features and investigations. The text is concise and, where appropriate, a bulleted topic format is used, making information easy to retrieve. High-quality illustrations present anatomic drawings, radiographs and pathologic specimens. This approach logically leads the reader through different clinical scenarios from presentation to diagnosis and treatment.This volume is must reading for all Neurologists and Neuroradiologists; its clarity of presentation also makes it an ideal reference work for Residents in these specialties. Programme or Course Directors will find this text extremely useful, as it can also serve as the primary source for course work in advanced clinical neuroscience.