Volume 22, Issue 2
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Andrew J Larner
Andrew Larner, MD FRCP(UK), was a Consultant Neurologist at the Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery in Liverpool, UK with a particular interest in dementia and cognitive disorders.
- NICE dementia guideline/guidance updated
- Neurological Signs: Mirror Phenomena
- Migralepsy explained … perhaps‽
- Solomon Carter Fuller (1872-1953) and the Early History of Alzheimer’s Disease
- History of Neurology: Parkinson’s Disease Before James Parkinson
- Howard Knox (1885-1949): a pioneer of neuropsychological testing
- Sir William Gowers (1845-1915): a centenary celebration, with an examination of his comments on cognitive dysfunction
- Supernumerary Phantom Limbs
- Neurological literature: a clinical trial
- Scrabble-ing with dementia
- Neurological literature: Neurophysiology
- Invited opinion piece: NICE guidelines on delaying and preventing dementia in later life
- What’s in a name? A diagnosis by any other name would be as meet?
- Neurological literature: Headache 10
- COVID-19, lassitude, and the Bereitschaftspotential
- Neurological Signs: Hypermnesia
- Neurological Signs: Syllogomania; with a note on Diogenes of Sinope
- Rehabilitating Romberg
- David Marsden (1938-1998): contributions to cognitive neurology
- Neuroliterature: David Ferrier (1843-1928)
- Georges Gilles de la Tourette. Beyond the eponym
- Queen Square. A history of the National Hospital and its Institute of Neurology
- The Neuroethics of Biomarkers. What the development of bioprediction means for moral responsibility, justice, and the nature of mental disorder
- Vasovagal Syncope
- The Behavioral Neurology of White Matter (Second edition)
- History of British Neurology
- Literary Medicine: Brain Disease and Doctors in Novels, Theater, and Film (Frontiers of Neurology and Neuroscience volume 31)
- Physical Comorbidities of Dementia
- Epilepsy and Memory
- Case Studies in Dementia. Common and Uncommon Presentations
- Sacred Lives. An account of the history, cultural associations and social impact of epilepsy
- Brain Fables. The hidden history of neurodegenerative diseases and a blueprint to conquer them
- The Mental Status Examination Handbook