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The United States Congress has designated the 1990's as the "Decade of the Brain" in recognition of the major importance of neurology and the other neurosciences in the health and well-being of Americans. It has been suggested that as many as 20% of all patients seeking medical treatment have neurologic problems, either as the presenting complaint or as an associated condition complicating the primary illness. Thus, it is fitting that Springer-Verlag should acknowledge the prominence of this medical specialty area by devoting an entire volume of the Oklahoma Notes series to neurology and clinical neuroscience. Of course, this text is an outline overview and does not attempt to provide ency clopedic coverage of neurology. (The student desiring a comprehensive review of the field may wish to seek in the library the 50+ volumes in the series Handbook of Clinical Neurology edited by Pierre J. Vinken and George W. Bruyn.) However, the information selected for inclusion in this volume of the Oklahoma Notes series remains true to the goal of the whole series-only materials vital in both the general clinical practice of medicine and to answer questions on the all-important United States Medical Licensing Examination have been incorporated in the text.
Since 1975, when the University of Oklahoma faculty created their review course for second-year medical students, the Oklahoma Notes have been among the most trusted and widely used reviews for the National Boards. Each Oklahoma Notes book presents the core information of one segment of the medical school curriculum. Written by some of the most effective medical educators in the country, the Oklahoma Notes feature: Concise text presented in outline format for rapid review; contents oriented to promote Boards success; self-assessment questions geared to the current format of the NBME exam; more tables and figures designed to facilitate self-assessment and review; and low-cost, complete coverage of each subject. In 1993, Springer-Verlag launched the first five Oklahoma Notes to cover the clinical sciences: General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Neurology and Clinical Neuroscience, Pediatrics, and Psychology. Obstetrics and Gynecology continues the expansion into the clinical sciences.
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This work provides a resource for the United States Medical Licensing Examination Step. It contains information on: how to prepare for the exam (including test-taking strategies); help for foreign medical graduates (including licensure, steps one and two, residencies, visa options, and resources); a pre-clinical primer reviewing high-yield, clinically-relevant basic science facts; and facts organized by system that cover the core fund of knowledge tested on the exam.
This book provides advanced content that begins where the Practical Guide for Clinical Neurophysiologic Testing: EEG ends. This advanced guide, more geared to neurology fellows than to electroneurodiagnostic technologists, discusses evoked potentials, including visual, brainstem auditory, and somatosensory EPs. The author covers intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring, epilepsy monitoring, long-term bedside EEG monitoring, and sleep studies. Companion wesbite includes fully searchable text, quiz bank, and image bank.
The United States Congress designated the 1990's as the "Decade of the Brain" in recognition of the importance of neuroscience to the health and well-being of Americans. It has been suggested that as many as 20% of all patients seeking medical treatment have neurologic problems, either as the presenting complaint or as an associated condition complicating the primary illness. To this end, it is important that physicians understand basic neuroscience principles and nervous system diseases. Of course, this text is not encyclopedic but instead is an outline of the knowledge required of all medical students. Interested students can consult numerous texts that provide comprehensive coverage of the field, including Greenfield's Neuropathology and the exhaustive 60 + volume Handbook of Clinical Neurology. The information selected for inclusion in this volume of the Oklahoma Notes series remains true to the goal of the whole series-incorporating only that material vital in both the general clinical practice of medicine and to answer questions on the all-important United States Medical Licensing Examination. Roger A. Brumback Richard W. Leech Acknowledgments This text would not have been possible without a great deal of help and support from a number of individuals. We want to thank all those who assisted in our education in neuroscience and neuropathology including: William M. Landau and Philip R. Dodge of the Washington University School of Medicine, Lowell W. Lapham of the University of Rochester Medical Center, and Ellsworth C.
As with each volume of the Oklahoma Notes, this, the fourth edition of Pharmacology, is a step-by-step review of the core information in its subject area organized to facilitate rapid review complete with self-assessment questions written in the formats used on the national licensure exams.

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