Peripheral Neuropathies in Clinical Practice

Peripheral Neuropathies in Clinical Practice

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The last 2 decades have seen enormous strides in our understanding of the biological, genetic and clinical basis of the peripheral nerve disorders. This remains a difficult area for most practitioners. This text combines a thorough review of the neurologic literature with clinical experience in presenting a comprehensive yet concise and readable approach to the understanding, evaluation and management of these disorders. All practitioners seeing these patients, as well as all trainees in Neurology and related fields, should find this a useful, approachable initial resource.Additional mechanisms exist for repair of double-strand DNA breaks (DSB) and single-strand DNA breaks (SSB). Several disorders linked to DNA repair defects and having associated neuropathy include xeroderma pigmentosum andanbsp;...

Title:Peripheral Neuropathies in Clinical Practice
Author: Steven Herskovitz, Stephen Scelsa, Herbert Schaumburg
Publisher:Oxford University Press - 2010-01-13

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