International Reviews of Child Neurology Series No. 13
Given the tremendous advances in the last five years in the understanding of acquired neonatal brain injury and in the care of affected newborn infants, this book provides a timely review for the practising neurologist, neonatologist and pediatrician.
The editors take a pragmatic approach, focusing on specific populations encountered regularly by the clinician. They begin by addressing aspects of fetal neurology and the interpretation of fetal imaging studies. They then follow a bench to bedside approach to acquired brain injury in the preterm and term newborn infant in the next chapters. The contributors, all internationally recognized clinician scientists, provide the clinician reader with a state-of-the art review in their area of expertise. The final section of the book address special populations and concerns, areas that are largely overlooked in existing neurology textbooks. Each of these areas has seen considerable advances in the last five years and is of increasing relevance to the neurologist and neonatologist clinician. The comprehensive nature of each section (from basic science to acute clinical care to outcomes) should appeal broadly to scientists and allied health professionals working in neonatal neurology.
Readership Paediatric neurologists, neonatologists, neurologists and paediatricians, clinicians in child development, child health researchers and allied health professionals (in physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and psychology). Trainees in these areas.
1. BRAIN INJURY IN THE FETUS Adre du Plessis 2. IMAGING THE FETAL BRAIN Catherine Limperopoulos 3. MECHANISMS OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC BRAIN INJURY IN THE PRETERM INFANT Stephen A. Back 4. CLINICAL ASSESSMENT INCLUDING NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY, AMPLITUDE-INTEGRATED ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY Lena Hellstroem-Westas and Frank van Bel 5. BRAIN IMAGING IN THE PRETERM FETUS Gareth Ball, Mary A Rutherford and Serena J Counsell 6. PROTECTING THE BRAIN OF THE PRETERM INFANT Christopher D. Smyser and Terrie E. Inder 7. SEIZURES IN THE PRETERM INFANT Hannah C. Glass 8. OUTCOMES AFTER BRAIN INJURY IN THE PRETERM INFANT Marilee C. Allen 9. MECHANISMS OF BRAIN NEURODEGENERATION IN THE NEONATAL INFANT Frances J. Northington, Raul Chavez-Valdez and Lee J. Martin 10. CLINICAL APPROACH TO NEONATAL ENCEPHALOPATHY Anastasia Dimitropoulos, Steven Miller and Jerome Y. Yager 11. IMAGING TERM INFANTS WITH SUSPECTED HYPOXIC ISCHEMIC ENCEPHALOPATHY Kenneth J. Poskitt, Vann Chau and A. James Barkovich 12. PROTECTING THE BRAIN IN TERM INFANTS Fernando F. Gonzalez and Donna M. Ferriero 13. SEIZURES IN THE TERM NEWBORN INFANT MC Toet and LS de Vries 14. OUTCOMES AFTER BRAIN INJURY IN THE TERM INFANT Beatrice Latal 15. NEONATAL NEUROLOGY IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD Nicola J. Robertson 16. PERINATAL STROKE Kendall B. Nash and Yvonne W. Wu 17. BRAIN INJURY IN NEWBORN INFANTS WITH CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE Patrick McQuillen, Steven P. Miller and Annette Majnemer 18. METABOLIC BRAIN INJURY IN THE FETUS AND THE NEONATE Linda De Meirleir 19. THE NUTRITIONALLY DEPRIVED FETUS AND NEWBORN INFANT Raghavendra Rao and Michael K. Georgieff 20. ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN FETAL AND NEONATAL NEUROLOGY Lucie Wade, Michael Shevell and Eric Racine