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  • 11th Aug 2013

  • Literary Medicine: Brain Disease and Doctors in Novels, Theater, and Film (Frontiers of Neurology and Neuroscience volume 31) If it is the case that “Medicine is fundamentally narrative”, as suggested by Kathleen Montgomery Hunter in Doctors’ Stories. The narrative structure of medical knowledge (Princeton University Press, 1991:5), then the kinship of medical practice with the […]

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  • 29th May 2013

  • Reviews of useful and interesting books in the field of neurology, neuroscience and rehabilitation. In this issue: Fast Facts: Epilepsy

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  • 12th Mar 2013

  • Physical Comorbidities of Dementia Canonical definitions of dementia, like that enshrined in the Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (DSM-IV-TR, 2000), acknowledge that the dementia syndrome may be associated inter alia with such features as functional decline, falls, sleep disturbance, and epileptic seizures, as well as the cognitive decline. These physical comorbidities of dementia […]

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  • 31st Jan 2013

  • Health Justice: an argument from the Capabilities approach Health Justice by Sridhar Venkatapuram will do you good. It is good to read scholarly material in a field that is related to one’s own but separate from it. It is also good for clinicians, used to treating relatively rare disorders in individual patients, to look across […]

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  • 10th Dec 2012

  • Reviews of useful and interesting books in the field of neurology, neuroscience and rehabilitation

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  • 06th Dec 2012

  • Reviews of interesting books in the field of neurology, neuroscience and Rehabilitation

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  • 12th Nov 2012

  • Reviews of useful and interesting books in the field of neurology, neuroscience and rehabilitation

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