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Aminoff's Electrodiagnosis in Clinical Neurology

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Appropriately select, implement, and interpret electrodiagnostic tests to identify a full range of central and peripheral nervous system disorders with Aminoff’s Electrodiagnosis in Clinical Neurology! Covering everything from basic principles to the latest advances in electrodiagnosis, this medical reference book helps you make optimal use of this powerful but complex diagnostic modality in compliance with regulatory and professional standards, so you can diagnose patients accurately and initiate effective treatment and management strategies.

Audience

Neurology Also Neurosurgery; Rehabilitation Medicine

Neurophysiology

Physiatrists

Hardbound, 890 Pages

Published: March 2012

Imprint: Saunders

ISBN: 978-1-4557-0308-1

Contents

  • Contents

    Section I: Introduction

    1. The Emergence of Electrophysiology as an Aid to Neurology 3

    MARY A. B. BRAZIER

    2. Electrophysiologic Equipment and Electrical Safety 15

    JOHN A. CADWELL and RICHARD A. VILLARREAL

    Section II: Electroencephalography and Magnetoencephalography

    3. Electroencephalography: General Principles and Clinical Applications 37

    MICHAEL J. AMINOFF

    4. Neonatal and Pediatric Electroencephalography 85

    JIN S. HAHN

    5. Electroencephalographic Artifacts and Benign Variants 129

    JEFFREY W. BRITTON

    6. Video-EEG Monitoring for Epilepsy 143

    JOHN M. STERN and JEROME ENGEL, Jr

    7. Invasive Clinical Neurophysiology in Epilepsy and Movement Disorders 165

    WILLIAM J. MARKS, Jr, and KENNETH D. LAXER

    8. Topographic Mapping, Frequency Analysis, and Other Quantitative Techniques

    in Electroencephalography 187

    MARC R. NUWER and PEDRO COUTIN-CHURCHMAN

    9. Intraoperative Electroencephalographic Monitoring During Carotid

    Endarterectomy and Cardiac Surgery 207

    GREGORY D. CASCINO and FRANK W. SHARBROUGH, III

    10. Magnetoencephalography 219

    WILLIAM W. SUTHERLING

    Section III: Electromyography, Nerve Conduction Studies, and Related Techniques

    11. Clinical Electromyography 233

    MICHAEL J. AMINOFF

    12. Quantitative Electromyography 261

    MARK B. BROMBERG

    Contents

    Section I: Introduction

    1. The Emergence of Electrophysiology as an Aid to Neurology 3

    MARY A. B. BRAZIER

    2. Electrophysiologic Equipment and Electrical Safety 15

    JOHN A. CADWELL and RICHARD A. VILLARREAL

    Section II: Electroencephalography and Magnetoencephalography

    3. Electroencephalography: General Principles and Clinical Applications 37

    MICHAEL J. AMINOFF

    4. Neonatal and Pediatric Electroencephalography 85

    JIN S. HAHN

    5. Electroencephalographic Artifacts and Benign Variants 129

    JEFFREY W. BRITTON

    6. Video-EEG Monitoring for Epilepsy 143

    JOHN M. STERN and JEROME ENGEL, Jr

    7. Invasive Clinical Neurophysiology in Epilepsy and Movement Disorders 165

    WILLIAM J. MARKS, Jr, and KENNETH D. LAXER

    8. Topographic Mapping, Frequency Analysis, and Other Quantitative Techniques

    in Electroencephalography 187

    MARC R. NUWER and PEDRO COUTIN-CHURCHMAN

    9. Intraoperative Electroencephalographic Monitoring During Carotid

    Endarterectomy and Cardiac Surgery 207

    GREGORY D. CASCINO and FRANK W. SHARBROUGH, III

    10. Magnetoencephalography 219

    WILLIAM W. SUTHERLING

    Section III: Electromyography, Nerve Conduction Studies, and Related Techniques

    11. Clinical Electromyography 233

    MICHAEL J. AMINOFF

    12. Quantitative Electromyography 261

    MARK B. BROMBERG

    Section V: Bladder, Bowel, and Sexual Dysfunction

    31. Electrophysiologic Evaluation of Sacral Function 673

    SIMON PODNAR and DAVID B. VODUÅ EK

    Section VI: Tests of Vestibular Function

    32. Vestibular Laboratory Testing 699

    JOSEPH M. FURMAN and FLORIS L. WUYTS

    Section VII: Electrophysiologic Evaluation in Special Situations

    33. Polysomnographic Evaluation of Sleep Disorders 727

    VIVIEN C. ABAD and CHRISTIAN GUILLEMINAULT

    34. Electrophysiologic Evaluation of Patients in the Intensive Care Unit 763

    G. BRYAN YOUNG and CHARLES F. BOLTON

    35. Electrophysiologic Evaluation of Brain Death: A Critical Appraisal 789

    THOMAS P. BLECK

    36. Electrophysiologic Techniques in the Evaluation of Patients with Suspected

    Neurotoxic Disorders 813

    MICHAEL J. AMINOFF and JAMES W. ALBERS

    Index 831

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