Treatment of Neuroterrorism

Busl, K. and Bleck, T. (2012). Treatment of Neuroterrorism. Neurotherapeutics. 9(1):139-157.
The authors discuss the neurological effects of biological and chemical agents/toxins that may be used for terrorism, and the role that neurologists must play in identifying and treating them. This includes how to determine when observed neurological effects are the result of exposure to biological or chemical terrorism, or the result of naturally-occurring disease.
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