Movement Disorders - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444507259

Movement Disorders, Volume 1

1st Edition

Handbook of Clinical Neurophysiology, Vol 1

Editor: Mark Hallett
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444507259
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 9th December 2003
Page Count: 758

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The book is the first comprehensive description of the clinical neurophysiology of movement disorders. While movement disorders is a rapidly growing field, and clinical neurophysiology can be helpful, only single articles or selective or brief reviews have so far appeared. The book, as all books in the handbook series, is arranged with a set of detailed chapters on technique and a separate set of chapters on disorders. An international team of authors has been selected to provide the most expert descriptions.

Table of Contents

Section I. Overview.

1. Movement disorders: overview (M. Hallett).

Section II. Techniques.

2. Electromyography (M. Hallett). 3. EEG (MEG)/EMG correlation (H. Shibasaki, T. Nagamine). 4. Electrocorticography in motor control and movement disorders (A. Ikeda). 5. Somatosensory evoked responses (F. Mauguière). 6. Coherence, cortico-cortical (C. Gerloff, C. Braun, M. Hallett). 7. Coherence, cortico-muscular (T. Mima, M. Hallett, H. Shibasaki). 8. Transcranial magnetic stimulation (U. Ziemann). 9. Movement disorders surgery: microelectrode recording from deep brain nuclei (W.D. Hutchison, J.O. Dostrovsky, A.M. Lozano). 10. Polysomnography and related procedures (S. Chokroverty). 11. Microneurography and motor disorders (D. Burke, S.C. Gandevia, V.G. Macefield). 12. Imaging (S.T. Grafton). 13. Accelerometry (R.J. Elble). 14. Kinesiology (C. Dohle, H.-J. Freund). 15. Reaction time as an index of motor preparation/programming and speed of response initiation (M. Jahanshahi). 16. Spinal reflexes (M.K. Floeter). 17. Cranial nerve reflexes: anatomical pathways, recording techniques and normative data (M. Aramideh, G. Cruccu, B.W. Ongerboer de Visser). 18. Startle and prepulse effects (J. Valls Solé). 19. Long-latency reflexes following stretch and nerve stimulation (G. Deuschl). 20. Posturography (B.R. Bloem, J.E. Visser, J.H.J. Allum). 21. Gait analysis (K.R. Kaufman).

Section III. Diseases and Treatments.

22. Physiologic and enhanced physiologic tremor (R.J. Elble). 23. Essential tremor and primary writing tremor (P.G. Bain). 24. Clinical neurophysiology and pathophysiology of parkinsonian tremor (G. Deuschl, U. Fietzek et al.). 25. Uncommon tremors (C.H. Lücking, B. Hellwig). 26. Diseases and treatments: Parkinson's disease (J.C. Rothwell). 27. Parkinson-plus conditions (J. Valls Solé, F. Valldeoriola). 28. Dystonia (R. Kaji). 29. Stiffness with continuous motor unit activity (P. Brown). 30. Hyperekplexia (P. Brown). 31. Cerebellar ataxias (M.-U. Manto). 32. The clinical neurophysiology of myoclonus (J.N. Caviness). 33. Tics (M. Hallett). 34. Electrophysiological investigations in cranial hyperkinetic syndromes (M. Aramideh, J. Valls Solé et al.). 35. Choreas, hemiballismus, dyskinesias, athetosis (A. Berardelli, A. Currà). 36. Restless legs syndrome and periodic limb movements (W. Hening). 37. Hemiparesis (P.M. Rossini, F. Pauri). 38. Movement disorders: spasticity (R. Benecke). 39. Psychogenic movement disorders (M. Hayes, P.D. Thompson). 40. Other gait disorders (L. Sudarsky). 41. Focal injection therapy (J.-M. Gracies, D.M. Simpson). 42. Deep brain stimulation in Parkinsons disease: technique and prospective, facts and comments (A.L. Benabid, S. Chabardes et al.).

Section IV. Research Studies in Normal Subjects and Patients.

43. Research studies in normal subjects and patients: current and future (J.C. Rothwell).

Section V. The Future.

44. Future clinical applications of clinical neurophysiology in movement disorders (G. Deuschl, M. Hallett).

Subject Index.


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About the Editor

Mark Hallett

Affiliations and Expertise

School of Medicine and Health Sciences, George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA