Neurological Differential Diagnosis is a practical, comprehensive, and highly illustrated book covering all aspects of neurology, from clinical history taking and examination to management of neurological conditions, and their complications. This book consists of 46 chapters, beginning with clinical history and neurological examination. Subsequent chapters detail the ideal approach to patients with a vast range of neurological conditions, from epilepsy and coma, to dementia, gait disorders, and lower backache. Neurological Differential Diagnosis includes over 250 full colour images and illustrations, which enhance the range of common and rare neurological conditions covered, making this an ideal reference guide for neurologists. Key Points Highly illustrated guide to neurological examination 46 chapters cover extensive range of neurological conditions 257 full colour images and illustrations.