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Neurology and Clinical Neuroscience

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This brand-new text provides you with an easy-to-use, comprehensive reference that features a clinical perspective balanced with relevant basic science. Inside, you'll find discussions of the latest research and how it has led to a greater understanding of the cause of disease, as well as burgeoning tests and the latest therapeutic agents available. From Alzheimer's disease to vestibular system disorders, you'll find the practical guidance you need to diagnose effectively and provide an appropriate therapeutic approach for each individual case. Plus, a templated, four-color design offers you easy access to pertinent information

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Published: December 2006

Imprint: Mosby

ISBN: 978-0-323-03354-1

Contents

  • I. CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION

    1. Clinical Assessment
    2. Neuropsychometric Assessment
    3. Coma and Brain Death
    4. Persistent Vegetative State
    5. Hypoxic Brain Damage and Cerebral Palsy
    6. Hydrocephalus
    7. Disorders of Consciousness
    8. Disorders of Memory
    9. Autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
    10. Disorders of Speech and Language
    11. Disorders of Swallowing
    12. Disorders of Taste and Smell

    II. SLEEP

    13. Physiology and Pathology
    14. REM Disorders
    15. Narcoplepsy

    III. NEUROPSYCHIATRY

    16. Tourette’s Syndrome and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders
    17. Schizophrenia
    18. Mania
    19. Conversion Syndromes

    IV. NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY

    20. Examination of the Visual System
    21. Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathies
    22. Retinal Disease
    23. Genetic Causes of Blindness

    V. NEURO-OTOLOGY

    24. Examination of Hearing and Balance
    25. Auditory System Disorders
    26. Vestibular System Disorders

    VI. AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM

    27. Physiology and Pathology
    28. Bladder Function and Dysfunction
    29. Sexual Function and Dysfunction
    30. Degenerative Disease

    VII. MOTOR SYSTEM

    31. Organization: Pyramidal System
    32. Organization: Extrapyramidal System
    33. Apraxia
    34. Parkinson Disease
    35. Multiple System Atrophy and PSP
    36. Tremor
    37. Myoclonus
    38. Dystonia
    39. Tics
    40. Gait and Balance
    41. Restless Leg Syndrome

    VIII. SPINE AND SPINAL CORD

    42. Developmental Disorders
    43. Primary Myelopathies (Degenerative, Infective, Metabolic)
    44. Spinal Trauma
    45. Spinal Disease (Degenerative, Infective, Neoplastic, Cord Compression)

    IX. CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE

    46. Anatomy and Physiology of Cerebral and Cord Circulation
    47. Epidemiology, Genetics, Risk Factors, and Primary Prevention
    48. Acute Stroke: Syndrome Including Cardiogenic Sources, Treatment, and Secondary Prevention
    49. Intracranial Hemorrhage (Aneurysmal, Idiopathic, Hypertensive)
    50. Arteriovenous Malformations of Brain and Spinal Cord
    51. Procoagulopathy Disorders (Hypercoagulable States)
    52. Cerebral Venous Thrombosis53. Vascular Dementia

    X. Epilepsy

    54. Developmental Defects and Epilepsy
    55. Cellular Pathophysiology of Epilepsy
    56. Genetics
    57. Clinical Spectrum
    58. Assessment and Management Principles
    59. Drug Treatment
    60. Surgical Treatment
    61. Management of Status Epilepticus

    XI. HEADACHE

    62. Current Concepts of Pain, Perception, and Management
    63. Chronic Daily Headache
    64. Migraine
    65. Cluster Headache, SUNCT
    66. Trigeminal Neuralgia and Other Facial Pains
    67. Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

    XII. NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES

    68. Alzheimer Disease
    69. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
    70. Huntington Disease
    71. Spinocerebellar Ataxias72. Hereditary Spastic Paraplegias
    73. Lewy Body Disease
    74. Frontotemporal Dementias

    XIII. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND DEMYELINATING SYNDROMES

    75. Epidemiology and Genetics
    76. Pathophysiology of MS: Demyelination and Axonal Injury
    77. Clinical Spectrum: Definition, Natural Progression, ADEM
    78. Imaging in MS: Clinical and Radiological Correlates
    79. Management of MS
    80. Leukodystrophies

    XIV. NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS: NERVE

    81. Anatomy and Physiology of Muscle and Nerve
    82. Inherited Neuropathies
    83. Toxic and Metabolic Neuropathies
    84. Infective Neuropathies
    85. Vasculitides

    XV. NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS: MUSCLE

    86. Muscular Dystrophies
    87. Congenital Myopathies
    88. Channelopathies of Muscle (incl Myotonic Dystrophy)
    89. Metabolic Myopathies (incl Mitochondrial Disorders)
    90. Inflammatory Myopathies
    91. Neuromuscular Junction Disorders

    XVI. INFECTIONS AND GRANULOMATOUS DISEASES

    92. Encephalitis
    93. Meningitis
    94. Neurology of HIV
    95. Parasitic and Fungal Infections
    96. Prion Diseases
    97. Neurosarcoidosis and Behçet Disease
    98. Collagen Vascular Diseases

    XVII. NEURO-ONCOLOGY

    99. Tumors of the Brain
    100. Tumors of the Spinal Cord
    101. Pituitary Tumors
    102. Paraneoplastic Disorders of the Nervous System

    XVIII. TRAUMA

    103. Head Trauma
    104. Peripheral Nerve Injury
    105. Neurorehabilitation

    XVIX. METABOLIC DISORDERS

    106. Encephalopathies
    107. Wilson Disease
    108. Vitamin Deficiencies
    109. Urea Cycle Disorders
    110. Environmental Toxins

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