Sleep Disorders Part II
Handbook of Clinical Neurology (Series Editors: Aminoff, Boller and Swaab)Edited by
- P. Montagna, Department of Neurological Sciences, University of Bologna, Italy
- Sudhansu Chokroverty, MD, FRCP, FACP, Professor of Neurology, New York Medical College, Valhalla; Clinical Professor of Neurology, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Piscataway, NJ; Associate Chairman of Neurology, Chairman of Neurophysiology, and Director, Center of Sleep Medicine, Saint Vincents Hospital and Medical Center, NY
This volume explores sleep medicine, sleep science, and the sleep disorders that keep one-quarter of the U.S. population from getting this necessary component of normal cognitive functioning and survival.
With an emphasis on diagnostic techniques, particularly imaging, this handbook shines newfound attention on the genetic and clinical aspects of sleep medicine. Advances in basic science are explored, including a better understanding of sleep-wakefulness and new models of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep mechanisms. Advancements in the understanding of sleep-wake-dependent genes, gene products, and the role of sleep duration in mortality and morbidity are also presented, along with fascinating noninvasive neuroimaging studies that demonstrate marked changes in function during different sleep states.Clinicians will gain new insights into the diagnosis of sleep disorders and sleep science. In addition, researchers will have an invaluable tool that will form a foundation for new approaches into the ongoing study of sleep medicine.
Handbook of Clinical Neurology
Hardbound, 560 Pages
Published: December 2010
SECTION 5: Classification of sleep disorders
Classification of sleep disorders.SECTION 6: Genetics of sleep disorders
Genetics of sleep disorders.
SECTION 7: InsomniaNeurological perspectives in insomnia and hyperarousal syndromes. Insomnia: nature, diagnosis and treatment. Pharmacotherapy for insomnia.SECTION 8: Hypersomnia
Hypothalamus, hypocretins/orexin and vigilance control. Narcolepsy and catalepsy. Recurrent hypersomnias. Excessive daytime sleepiness.
SECTION 9 Abnormal movements in sleepMotor control in sleep. NREM parasomnias. REM sleep parasomnias. Isolated motor phenomena and symptoms of sleep. Sleep bruxism. Restless legs syndrome and periodic leg movements in sleep.SECTION 10: Circadian rhythm sleep disorders
Molecular neurobiology of circadian rhythms. Circadian rhythm sleep disorders.
SECTION 11: Sleep and neurological disordersFatal familial insomnia and the role of the thalamus in sleep regulation. Sleep disorders in Parkinsons disease. Sleep disorders in neurodegenerative diseases other than Parkinsons disease. Sleep and stroke. Sleep and headache. Sleep and breathing in neuromuscular disorders. Sleep related epilepsy. Sleep disorders in multiple sclerosis.SECTION 12: Sleep and violence
Violent parasomnias: forensic implications.