Dr. Bruce Miller, director of UCSF's Memory and Aging Center, authors "Frontotemporal Dementia," a textbook offering a comprehensive view of this disease.
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This book details the history, neuropathology, genetics, and psychosocial aspects of FTD. Dr. Miller describes the different types of FTD, includes case studies and research findings, and offers clinical advice for patient care. Dr. Dilip Jeste, president of the American Psychiatric Association, says this "superbly written book is a comprehensive guide for the physicians, psychologists, neuroscientists, and others who work with FTD and is very highly recommended."
The textbook is a part of the Contemporary Neurology series by Oxford University Press. Published in 2013, It is available now from... Read more ...