Contributors. Foreword. Preface.
Background and Technical Issues: The Study of Human Disease with Brain Mapping Methods, J.C. Mazziotta and R.S.J. Frackowiak. Experimental Design and Statistical Issues, K.J. Friston. Preoperative Brain Mapping, J.C. Mazziotta. Intraoperative Brain Mapping, A.W. Toga, G.A. Ojemann, J.G. Ojemann, and A.F. Cannestra. Intraoperative Visualization, R. Kikinis, N.R. Mehta, A. Nabavi, E. Chatzidakis, S. Warfield, D. Gering, N. Weisenfeld, R.S. Pergolizzi, Jr., R.B. Schwartz, N. Hata, W. Wells III, E. Grimson, P. McL. Black, and F.A. Jolesz. Disease-Specific Brain Atlases, P.M. Thompson, M.S. Mega, and A.W. Toga.
Neurological Disorders: Functional Imaging Studies of Aphasia, C.J. Price. The Functional Neuroimaging of Memory Disorders, P.C. Fletcher. Brain Mapping in Dementia, M.S. Mega, P.M. Thompson, A.W. Toga, and J.L. Cummings. Movement Disorders: Parkinson's Disease, D. Eidelberg, C. Edwards, M. Mentis, V. Dhawan, and J.R. Moeller. Movement Disorders: Other Hypokinetic Disorders, D.J. Brooks. Functional Imaging in Hyperkinetic Disorders, G. Sawle. Functional Imaging in Vascular Disorders, J.C. Baron and G. Marchal. The Eilepsies, J.S. Duncan. MRI in Multiple Sclerosis, G. Zhao, D.K.B. Li, and D. Paty. Structural and Functional Imaging of Cerebral Neoplasia, J.R. Alger and T.F. Cloughesy. Neurodegenerative Disorders of the Cerebellum, S. Gilman, M. Heumann, and L. Junck.
Pediatric Disorders: Dyslexia and Related Learning Disorders: Recent Advances from Brain Imaging Studies, M. Habib and J.-F. Démonet.
Psychatric Disorders: Depression, H.S. Mayberg. The Neurobiology of Anxiety and Anxiety-Related Disorders: A Functional Neuroimaging Perspective, P. Chua and R.J. Dolan. Functional Neuroimaging Studies of Schizophrenia, S.-J. Blakemore and C.D. Frith. Addictive States, F.W. Telang and N.D. Volkow.
Therapeutics and Recovery of Function: Plasticity, M. Hallett. Recovery of Neurological Function, F. Chollet and C. Weiller. Therapeutics: Pharmacologic, W.H. Theodore. Therapeutics: Surgical, R.S. Turner, T. Henry, and S.T. Grafton. Index.
Brain Mapping: The Disorders is the first comprehensive text to describe the uses of the latest brain mapping technologies in the evaluation of patients with neurological, neurosurgical and psychiatric disorders. With contributions from the leading figures in the field, this heavily illustrated text is organized by disorders of brain systems, with specific examples of how one should use current neuroimaging techniques to evaluate patients with specific cerebral disorders. Comprehensive in scope, the text discusses patient evaluations using the wide range of modern magnetic resonance imaging techniques, positron emission tomography, single photon emission computed tomography, optical intrinsic signal imaging, electroencephalography, magnetoencephalography, and transcranial magnetic stimulation. The third in this brain mapping series, Brain Mapping: The Disorders, is the ultimate text for anyone interested in the use of brain mapping techniques to study patients with disorders of the central nervous system.
@introbul:Key Features @bul:* Provides a comprehensive, in-depth view of the current brain mapping techniques as they are used in the evaluation of patients with cerebral disorders
- Heavily illustrated to provide actual examples of the use of the specific techniques
- Includes contributions from the leaders in the field ensure authoritative and up-to-date material
- Completes the trilogy of three brain mapping texts dealing, respectively, with the methods, the applications of these methods in the normal brain and in patients with neurological, neurosurgical, and psychiatric disorders
Researchers and clinicians engaged in the use of one or more brain mapping methods to evaluate patients with cerebral disorders, neurologists, neurosurgeons, radiologists, neuroradiologists, rehabilitation physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, and kinesiologists.
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- © Academic Press 2000
- 16th May 2000
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"a delightfully readable and reasonably comprehensive review of the vast array of investigations seeking to map mind and brain. The figures are magnificent, both in their beauty and their effectiveness in conveying key concepts. ...will remain an important resource regarding the history of the field and the issues that must be faced in designing and interpreting brain mapping experiments. ...Brain Mapping: The Disorders provides an extraordinary guide to the use of functional imaging and atlases in clinical diagnosis, management, and research. ...provides the reader with a uniquely expansive perspective on brain mapping. The authors span many nations and several disciplines; the result is a sweeping view of the field." @source:—-ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY (April 2001) @qu:"Brain Mapping: The Disorders is one of the most impressive arguments for the potential utility of functional imaging in clinical neuroscience that I am aware of...A broad range of readers with an interest in neurological or psychiatric disease will find much to engage them in this large book." @source:--P.M. Matthews, University Department of Clinical Neurology, The Radcliffe Infirmary, in BRAIN (2001)
Dr. Mazziotta is a Professor of Neurology, Radiological Sciences, and Pharmacology and the Pierson Lovelace Investigator at UCLA, as well as the Director of the UCLA Brain Mapping Program that he established in 1993. Dr. Mazziotta has published more than 190 research papers and five texts and has received numerous honor and achievement awards including the Oldendorf Award of the American Society of Neuroimaging, the S. Weir Mitchell Award of the American Academy of Neurology, and the Von Hevesy Prize from the International Society of Nuclear Medicine. Dr. Mazziotta has been chair of the Scientific Issues and Program Committee of the American Academy of Neurology. He is the President-Elect of the American Neuroimaging Society and is the President of the Brain Mapping Medical Research Organization. He is also Co-Editor-in-Chief of NeuroImage.
University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.A.
University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.A.
Functional Imaging Laboratory, Wellcome Department of Imaging Neuroscience, University College London, London, UK