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One of the most important areas where neurology and psychiatry overlap is that of movement disorders. Tics, hypokensia, and stereotypes and a few examples of clinical signs found in both psychiatric and neurological illnesses. This is the first comprehensive, unified neuropsychiatric discussion of motor disorders. An important source of information a subject covered only incompletely from a neurological or psychiatric point of view, this volume explores the diagnosis, pathophysiological basis and meaning of complex movement disorders. Treatment issues are also discussed where appropriate. This is the definitive text for clinicians, researchers and students in neurology and psychiatry which provides a comprehensive and authoritative guide to movement disorders and clears the confusion hitherto surrounding the subject.
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Book Description John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 1987. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0471916005