January 2002 by Science Press Inc. .
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If you are looking for authoritative information on stroke and clinical trials in the field of neurology, then the book "Controlled Clinical Trials Reports by Albers" is a must-read. Published in January 2002, this book provides valuable insights into stroke treatment options and the discoveries made through controlled clinical trials.
The subtitle of this book, "Stroke," highlights its focus on this specific medical condition. With expertise in neurology and clinical neurophysiology, Albers presents a comprehensive overview of stroke, covering various aspects of cerebrovascular disease.
The ISBN10 code for "Controlled Clinical Trials Reports by Albers" is 1858739268. This unique identifier allows easy access to the book through online retailers, libraries, and other platforms.
As a valuable resource for medical professionals and researchers in the field of neurology, "Controlled Clinical Trials Reports by Albers" delves into the subjects of neurology and clinical neurophysiology. By exploring these subjects, readers gain a deeper understanding of stroke and its impact on the nervous system.
The physical format of "Controlled Clinical Trials Reports by Albers" is in paperback. A paperback edition offers convenience and portability, making it easy for readers to reference and carry around.
"Controlled Clinical Trials Reports by Albers" covers a range of key topics related to neurology, stroke, and clinical trials. Some of these topics include:
The book presents this information in a concise and accessible manner, making it suitable for both medical professionals and individuals interested in learning more about stroke and its treatment options.
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Regardless of the format you choose, "Controlled Clinical Trials Reports by Albers" provides invaluable insights into stroke treatment and clinical trials. Download, read, and enhance your knowledge of this critical subject matter today!