Oppenheimer's Diagnostic Neuropathology: A Practical Manual

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CRC Press, Feb 24, 2006 - Science - 576 pages
Oppenheimers Diagnostic Neuropathology, A Practical Manual has become a modern classic in its field, covering the practical aspects of the work of the neuropathologist. Full of sensible advice and observations often omitted from neuropathology texts, it guides the neuropathologist through the methods available to them when facing diagnostic questions.

The third edition has been fully updated to ensure authoritative coverage of this complex and fast-moving discipline. The experience of the authors is apparent on every page, where superb illustrations combine with an accessible writing style to present complex, academic information that could otherwise prove formidable to trainees and professionals alike.

An essential reference for postgraduate students of neuropathology and histopathology, who need to acquire an understanding of neuropathology as part of their training, this book will also be of interest to trained neuropathologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons and neuroradiologists.

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Margaret Esiri DM, FRCPath, is a Professor of Neuropathology at the University of Oxford, and Honorary Consultant Neuropathologist at the Oxford Radcliffe NHS Trust. After preregistration training posts in medicine and obstetrics, Professor Esiri undertook training in research in the Anatomy Department, Oxford, and then trained in general medicine and neuropathology. She held and MRC Senior Clinical Fellowship in Oxford before being appointed Reader and then Professor of Neuropathology at Oxford. Daniel Perl is a Professor of Pathology (Neuropathology) at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York.

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