Synopses & Reviews
Complicated and wondrous in its workings, the human brain is composed of trillions of cells, each assigned to a task that gives humans the capability to live, think, and remember. When something goes wrong within the brain, or interferes with its blood flow, the consequences can be serious. The Brain Disorders Sourcebook is a complete guide to the normal functioning of the brain and what happens when problems arise.
About the Author
Roger S. Cicala, M.D., is a former professor of medicine and chief resident at the University of Tennessee. He is the author of The Heart Disease Sourcebook.