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The Clinical Neuropsychiatry of Stroke, 2nd edn
  1. Sergio E Starkstein

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    Edited by Robert G Robinson. Published by Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2006, £85.00, pp 453. ISBN 0-521-84007-4

    The Clinical neuropsychiatry of stroke is the most comprehensive textbook ever published on the neuropsychiatric complications of stroke. The practical relevance of the information included in this text is illustrated by the finding that depression is one of the strongest predictors of disability and mortality after stroke, whereas anosognosia is a strong predictor of poor improvement after …

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