THE COMPLEXITY of neurology is both alluring and intimidating — rather like learning Ancient Greek or a Bach five-part fugue. Attempts at popularisation often fail because of either persistent obscurity or oversimplification. In this book, Professor Roy Beran, from the School of Medicine, Griffith University, Queensland, has produced a practical overview which aims to be approachable without dumbing down.
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