'This is a practical, highly illustrated companion and reference for students, trainees and physicians who wish to improve their skills in the accurate diagnosis of stroke syndromes, and their understanding of its clinical consequences.' Massmann Reference Catalogue
'... a mine of information for sorting out puzzling strokes ... a worthy reference tome.' Peter Sandercock, Journal of Accident and Emergency Medicine
'I would consider Stroke Syndromes to be an important and useful addition to the library of any physician who is interested in cerebrovascular disease.' Marc Fisher, European Neurology
'This book will be valuable for clinicians caring for stroke patients when help is needed in piecing together the clinical jigsaw.' Richard J. Butterworth, Hospital Update
'It is a must for every biomedical teaching, practising and research institution all over the world.' M. N. G. Bhakthan, Journal of Animal Morphology and Physiology
'... an excellent source book for anyone interested in strok ... One of the first neurology textbooks that is specifically organised to assist this process for clincians ... A book that will remain a standard reference for many years.' Springer-Verlag
'... a detailed compilation of descriptions that puts into one place a wealth of information ... This book therefore fills an important niche, and I will surely pull it from my shelf again and again to guide my thinking about difficult patients with stroke.' Steven Feske, Vascular Medicine
A guide to patterns and syndromes in stroke, this book will enable clinicians to differentiate between possible locations on the basis of symptoms and signs, recognise lesion patterns found in patients with infarcts and haemorrhages in various vascular territories, and refer to the clinical features associated with rare causes of stroke.