Movement Disorders: A Video Atlas (Current Clinical Neurology 1st ed. 2012, Corr. 2nd printing 2013)

Movement Disorders: A Video Atlas (Current Clinical Neurology 1st ed. 2012, Corr. 2nd printing 2013)

By: Daniel Tarsy (author), Roongroj Bhidayasiri (author)Hardback

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Movement Disorders: A Video Atlas is a practical and concise title offering an introduction to the field of movement disorders, which is expanding rapidly with the involvement of various disciplines and specialties. The unique feature of the book is the accompanying video content, comprising common cases in each category of movement disorders. The video clips come from Dr. Tarsy's personal video collection at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Dr. Bhidayasiri's personal collection at Chulalongkorn University and UCLA. The videos can be found at www.springerimages.com/Tarsy. Each case includes expert narration from Dr. Tarsy. Rather than focusing on rare cases, the authors emphasize typical cases, with good history and physical signs. Unique, easy to read, with highly instructive supporting video content, Movement Disorders: A Video Atlas is an indispensable reference for all clinicians interested in the fascinating field of movement disorders

Contents

Foreward: Stanley Fahn Introduction Section I. Parkinsonism and related disorders 1. Examination of a patient with Parkinson's disease 2. Parkinson's disease: Hoehn & Yahr Staging 3. Young Onset Parkinson's Disease 4. Tremor Dominant Parkinson's disease 5. Parkinson's disease: Levodopa-induced dyskinesia 6. Parkinson's disease: Diphasic dyskinesia 7. Parkinson's disease: The On-Off phenomeneon 8. Parkinson's disease: Freezing of gait 9. Parkinsonism with Pisa syndrome 10. Parkinson's disease with camptocormia 11. Apathy in Parkinson's disease 12. Punding in Parkinson's disease 13. Parkinson's disease due to PARK2 14. Parkinson's disease treated with deep brain stimulation 15. Multiple System Atrophy 16. Progressive Supranuclear Palsy 17. Progressive Supranuclear Palsy with apraxia of eyelid opening 18. Vascular parkinsonism 19. Corticobasal degeneration 20. Drug-induced parkinsonism 21. Toxin-induced parkinsonism 22. HIV-induced parkinsonism Section II. Tremor 1. Examination of patients with essential tremor 2. Parkinsonian rest, postural, and re-emergent tremor 3. Essential tremor: Voice and head tremor 4. Cerebellar tremor 5. Holmes midbrain tremor 6. Wilson's Disease with wingbeating tremor 7. Primary writing tremor 8. Orthostatic tremor 9. Hyperthyroid tremor 10. Drug-induced tremor 11. Dystonic tremor 12. Neuropathic tremor 13. Psychogenic tremor Section III. Dystonia 1. Examination of a patient with non-DYT1 generalized dystonia 2. DYT1 generalized dystonia 3. Segmental dystonia treated with deep brain stimulation 4. Cervical dystonia: Rotational torticollis 5. Cervical dystonia: Torticollis with dystonic head tremor6. Cervical dystonia: Anterocollis 7. Cervical dystonia: Retrocollis 8. Cervical dystonia: Sensory tricks 9. Secondary cervical dystonia following brainstem hemorrhage 10. Secondary hemidystonia following head trauma 11. Essential blepharospasm 12. Orofacial dystonia and dyskinesia 13. Orofacial dystonia with lower facial and platysma dystonia 14. Meige syndrome 15. Tongue protrusion dystonia 16. Spasmodic (laryngeal) dystonia 17. Writer's cramp 18. Writer's cramp with mirror movements 19. Musician's dystonia in a guitarist 20. Musician's dystonia in a violinist 21. Rower's dystonia 22. Neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation 23. Spinocerebellar ataxia-type 2 with dystonia 24. Tardive dystonia 25. Tardive dystonia treated with deep brain stimulation 26. Wilson's disease with dystonia 27. Rapid-onset dystonia-parkinsonism 28. Anterocollis in parkinsonism 29. Sandifer's syndrome 30. Adrenoleukodystrophy Section IV. Choreiform disorders 1. Huntington's disease 2. Late onset Huntington's disease 3. Juvenile Huntington's disease 4. Huntington's disease-Like 2 5. Sydenham's chorea 6. Benign hereditary chorea 7. Chorea-acanthocytosis 8. Chorea-acanthocytosis with feeding dystonia 9. Chorea-acanthocytosis with head drops and trunk flexions 10. Hemichorea-hemiballismus 11. Chorea in Creutzfeld-Jakob disease 12. Tardive dyskinesia 13. Drug-induced akathisia 14. Edentulous dyskinesia 15. Painful legs and moving toes 16. "Postpump" chorea 17. Belly dancer's dyskinesia 18. Pseudoathetosis Section V. Myoclonus 1. Brainstem myoclonus 2. Palatal myoclonus 3. Posthypoxic myoclonus 4. Essential myoclonus 5. Negative myoclonus 6. Propriospinal myoclonus 7. Myoclonus-dystonia syndrome 8. Opsoclonus-myoclonus-ataxia syndrome 9. Progressive myoclonic epilepsy 10. Hemifacial spasm 11. Epilepsia partialis continua 12. Anti-NMDA-receptor encephalitis 13. Psychogenic myoclonus Section VI. Cerebellar ataxia 1. Examination of a patient with cerebellar ataxia 2. Spinocerebellar ataxia-type 2 3. Spinocerebellar ataxia-type 3 4. Spinocerebellar ataxia-type 6 5. Spinocerebellar ataxia-type 7 6. Spinocerebellar ataxia-type 17 7. Ataxia with oculomotor apraxia-type1 8. Ataxia with oculomotor apraxia-type 2 9. Friedreich's ataxia 10. Multiple System Atrophy with cerebellar ataxia Section VII. Tic disorders 1. Motor tic disorder 2. Adult onset tic disorder 3. Tourette syndrome: Complex tics 4. Tourette syndrome: Malignant dystonic tics 5. Tourette syndrome: Self-injurious behavior

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  • ISBN13: 9781603274258
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 249
  • ID: 9781603274258
  • weight: 672
  • ISBN10: 1603274251
  • edition: 1st ed. 2012, Corr. 2nd printing 2013

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