Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Movement Disorders is the first book to focus in detail on MRI in a range of movement disorders. Since MRI was first employed in imaging Parkinson's disease, the number of imaging techniques and their application in diagnosis and management has extended widely. The book shows various imaging strategies ranging from functional, structural and chemical methods as they relate to both motor and non-motor aspects of Parkinson's disease and other conditions such as Huntington's disease and dystonia. Chapters on MRI in surgery and using MRI as a potential outcome measure in clinical trials show the clinical relevance of methods. Novel methods including DTI, tractography and resting case studies are described in detail. The book also summarises the relevance of fMRI to various aspects of movement disorders. Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Movement Disorders is essential reading for neurologists, radiologists and movement disorder specialists.
Paul Tuite is Director of Movement Disorders and Associate Professor in the Department of Neurology at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA. Alain Dagher is Associate Professor, Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, QC, Canada.
1. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods in Parkinson's disease Silvia Mangia, Shalom Michaeli and Paul J. Tuite; 2. Imaging iron in Parkinson's disease W. R. Wayne Martin; 3. Motor Parkinson's disease and structure Stephane Lehericy, Cyril Poupon and Cecile Gallea; 4. MR imaging of Parkinson's disease with cognitive impairment and dementia Richard Camicioli; 5. fMRI of motor signs in Parkinson's disease Tobias Wachter; 6. Functional MRI of cognition and mood in Parkinson's disease Alison Simioni and Alain Dagher; 7. Networks and resting-state in Parkinson's disease Nazanin Baradaran and Martin J. McKeown; 8. MRI for targeting in surgical treatment of movement disorders Aviva Abosch and Noam Harel; 9. MR imaging and spectroscopy in Huntington's disease Isabelle Iltis and Janet Dubinsky; 10. Neuroimaging of Tourette's syndrome Yulia Worbe and Andreas Hartmann; 11. Dystonia Bernhard Haslinger; 12. Tauopathies Jennifer L. Whitwell and Keith A. Josephs; 13. Magnetic resonance imaging of multiple system atrophy Klaus Seppi, Christoph Mueller, Gregor K. Wenning and Michael Schocke; 14. Ataxia Kathrin Reetz and Ferdinand Binkofski; 15. Magnetic resonance spectroscopy in Parkinson's disease Uzay E. Emir and Gulin OEz; 16. The image of essential tremor: current neuroimaging and clues to disease localization, pathogenesis and diagnosis Hiral Shah and Elan D. Louis; 17. Adult clinical applications Michael Samuel and Jozef Jarosz; 18. MRI in clinical trials Norbert Schuff; Index.