Edwin R. Bickerstaff - bibliography
- Edwin R. Bickerstaff
Neurology. 3rd edition, July 1982; 4th edition, June 1987.
- Edwin R. Bickerstaff and John A. Spillane.
Neurological examination in clinical practice.
- Edwin R. Bickerstaff:
Neurology for nurses.
- Edwin R. Bickerstaff, John A. Spillane (Editor):
Bickerstaff’s Neurological Examination in Clinical Practice. 1996.
Published between 1963 and 1989 as Neurological Examination in Clinical Practice with Edwin R. Bickerstaff as the main author. Introduces trainees in neurology and general medicine to the techniques of neurological examinations, the principal methods of investigation, and their most effective application.
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