Neuroimaging Part BEdited by
- Michael Glabus
Comprised of two separate volumes, Neuroimaging provides a state-of-the-art review of a broad range of neuroimaging techniques applied to both clinical and research settings. The breadth of the methods covered is matched by the depth of description of the theoretical background. Part B covers the application of neuroimaging in both research and clinical settings for the study of anxiety disorders, dementia, depression, schizophrenia, functional somatic syndromes, stroke, and multiple sclerosis using a range of neuroimaging modalities including CT, PET, SPECT, DTI, structural MRI and fMRI. One chapter is devoted to the study of brain development using structural MRI, and one chapter to the study of pediatric neurobehavioral disorders using fMRI. One of the most exciting recent applications of neuroimaging to the area of genetics is covered, and with the theory and application of neuroreceptor imaging in psychiatry, forms the final two chapters. The two parts of Neuroimaging complement each other providing in-depth information on a broad range of routine and cutting edge techniques that is not available in any other text. This book is superbly written and beautifully illustrated by contributors working at the top of their chosen specialty.
Neuroscientists, cognitive neuroscientists, neurologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, physicists, and technologists.
International Review of Neurobiology
Hardbound, 488 Pages
Published: October 2005
Imprint: Academic Press
- Distinguishing Neural Substrates of Heterogeneity among Anxiety DisordersNeuroimaging in DementiaPrefrontal and Anterior Cingulate Contributions to Volition in DepressionFunctional imaging research in schizophreniaNeuroimaging in Functional Somatic SyndromesNeuroimaging in Multiple SclerosisStrokeFunctional MRI in Pediatric Neurobehavioral DisordersStructural MIR and Brain DevelopmentNeuroimaging and Human GeneticsNeuroreceptor Imaging in Psychiatry: Theory and Applications