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Handbook of Neurologic Rating Scales, 2nd edn.
  1. J C Hobart

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    Edited by R M Herndon. Published by Demos Medical, New York, 2006, £82.25 (hardcover), pp 434. ISBN 1-888799-92-7.

    Rating scales now have an established role as primary and secondary outcome measures for clinical studies. They are also frequently used in clinical practice. Consequently, data generated by rating scales will increasingly influence patient care, prescribing and policy. There fore, clinicians need to take their rating scales very seriously.

    Herndon’s book is a welcomed addition …

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