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Atlas of Alzheimer's Disease
Feldman, Howard H., MD
CRC Press / Informa Healthcare / Hardcover / 2007-09-01 / 0415390451
Dementia / Neuropsychology
price: $245.00 (may be subject to change)
141 pages
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Authored by one of the world's leading authorities on the management of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, this highly illustrated atlas describes the colorful history of Alzheimer's disease; its neuropathological basis from structural brain imaging and post-mortem studies; and its devastating effects on perception, cognition, communication, and social behavior. The book will also place great emphasis on the increasingly identifiable risk factors for development of the disease, with a view towards prevention.
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