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A review of clinical management of Restless Legs Syndrome
  1. K Ray Chaudhuri
  1. National Parkinson Foundation Centre of Excellence and National RLS Centre, Kings College Hopsital, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS, UK; chaudhuriray{at}

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Edited by Hening WA, Buchfuhrer MJ, Lee HB. .

This pocketbook addressing the most common movement disorder, which is sometimes unfortunately known as the “one you have never heard of”, joins a growing list of books on Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)—following on from the original textbook by Chaudhuri, Odin and Olanow, Yoakum R and, subsequently, one edited by W Ondo in 2006. The book is an important addition to pocketbooks dealing with common neurological conditions and is comprehensive in its range and nature. Chapters on the natural history of RLS (“How does it progress?”), approaching the patient with RLS, and RLS and psychiatric disorders are particularly useful and welcome. The pathophysiology is up-to-date, with descriptions …

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