This important textbook on ethics in clinical neurology covers the
ethical dilemmas that are becoming more and more prevalent in the
neurologist's everyday practice. Among the patients a neurologist
sees are those with incurable diseases, debilitating
disorders, and diseases with concomitant psychiatric problems. This
book reviews the important works on the subject, identifies the
areas of controversy and consensus, provides a balanced account of
those areas that remain unresolved, and offers
objective approaches for the clinician. Medicolegal cases are
integrated where high court judicial decisions were rendered using
ethical analyses in their judgments. Those areas of law that
parallel clinical ethics will be integrated at appropriate
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