This multiauthored book provides a practical overview of clinical neurology for physicians who work in other areas of medicine. It begins with a concise and well-focused discussion of the basic neurological examination, beginning with the cranial nerves and peripheral nervous system and moving systematically through basic diagnostic tests and the evaluation of coma. Each chapter is individually authored and covers a broad variety of neurological problems, including cerebrovascular disease, headache, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, alcoholism, peripheral neuropathy, the dementias, traumatic brain injury, neuromuscular disorders, and neurological manifestations of cancer. There is also an entire chapter devoted to neurological complications of pregnancy. These topics are all dealt with in a straightforward way that is suitable for the average psychiatrist. NeuroAIDS and other conditions with relevance to psychiatry, such as low back pain and insomnia, are also dealt with in a clear and practical way.