For more than 60 years, Merritt’s Neurology has remained a trusted landmark text in clinical neurology, providing unparalleled guidance on neurologic protocols, treatment guidelines, clinical pathways, therapeutic recommendations, and imaging. The fourteenth edition reflects the state of today’s practice, with fully updated content and timely new sections and chapters. With this edition, Dr. James Noble joins Drs. Elan Louis and Stephan A. Mayer as co-editor, all of whom trained at Columbia University where Dr. H. Houston Merritt wrote the initial editions of this book. Lauded for its comprehensive coverage, colorful and dynamic visual style, readability, and ease of use, this up-to-date reference is ideal for neurologists, primary care physicians, and residents alike.
"This has been a classic neurology resource since 1955, which has, over time, added more detail, more pages, and more experts contributing to its authorship, in addition to an online version of the book. This edition has now added level 1 citations for all management recommendations. There has been an extensive review of current and up-to-date treatments. It is thorough and covers a great range of topics and does so in evidence-based ways."
-- Michelle Braslavsky, DO (Thomas Jefferson University)Doody's Review
"This continues to be a classic general neurology textbook for anyone's neurological library."
-- Dan Capampangan, MD (Mayo Clinic Arizona) Doody's Review - previous edition
The audience is neurology residents and practitioners. The book would be a useful resource for general neurologists wishing to have an overview of specific diseases, a refresher on neurological exam features, or to think broadly about a differential diagnosis.