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New PDF release: Clinical Neuroimmunology: Multiple Sclerosis and Related

By Patricia K. Coyle MD (auth.), Syed A. Rizvi, Patricia K. Coyle (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1603278591

ISBN-13: 9781603278591

Clinical Neuroimmunology: a number of Sclerosis and comparable problems serves as an imperative source for physicians drawn to, and working with, this very advanced and evolving department of neurology. This accomplished titleprovides an creation to uncomplicated neuroimmunology and ideas of immunotherapy and in addition serves as a radical advisor to immune-mediated problems of the important and peripheral worried method, in addition to different systemic issues with an important neuroimmunologic part. The chapters are written by means of specialists of their fields and contain the freshest clinical info. This quantity is made to simplify complicated immunological mechanisms and to target sensible patient-related matters. Clinical Neuroimmunology: a number of Sclerosis and similar problems is a useful addition to the literature and should be of important curiosity toneurologists, citizens and fellows, internists, and basic practitioners who deal with sufferers with neurologic problems and different systemic autoimmune diseases.

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