Teleneurology is the use of telecommunications to improve the delivery of neurology services. A wide range of telecommunications techniques may be used, including the telephone, email, the Internet and videoconferencing. Teleneurology can improve access to specialist neurological services for patients all over the world. Teleneurology also deals with more specialized fields that are of interest to the neurological practitioner, such as neurophysiology and neuroradiology. The book combines comprehensive reviews of each topic with practical advice on all available telemedicine techniques and on navigating the Internet for the most up-to-date neurological information. The fifth in a line of best selling telemedicine titles edited by Richard Wootton, Teleneurology is written by experts from four continents, providing a succinct introduction to teleneurology. It should prove invaluable for practising neurologists in particular, but also for general practitioners, paramedical staff, health service managers and IT staff.