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Published by Educational Media Inc. One of these was Dr. Another neurologist, Peter Gautier-Smith, has written 31 crime books under the pen name Peter Conway.
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According to Kempster and Lees, Gautier-Smith started his fiction-writing career after making a bet with a friend that writing a novel would be a lot easier than writing a medical monograph on parasagittal meningioma , which he was struggling to finish at the time. But the most famous physician detective writer is, of course, Arthur Conan Doyle , the creator of Sherlock Holmes. So Kempster and Lees have a homework assignment for all medical students contemplating a career in neurology.
A 14 month old girl with hypotonia, seizures, and developmental regression. A 32 month old girl with global developmental delays and abnormal eye movements.
Neurology Case Studies, 55 Case Histories Related to Neurological Diseases.
An 8 year-old girl with frequent night wakings, daytime sleepiness, and new onset falls. A 12 year-old girl with a six year history of frequent episodes of transient alterations of awareness.
A 16 year-old girl with pituitary deficiency and bilateral perisylvian polymicrogyria presenting with increased seizure clustering.