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Author Fernandez, Hubert
Title Practical Approach to Movement Disorders : Diagnosis and Management
Imprint New York : Demos Medical Publishing, 2014
©2014
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Edition 2nd ed
Descript 1 online resource (420 pages)
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Note Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Share A Practical Approach to Movement Disorders -- Part I: Getting Started -- Chapter 1: The Body Language of Movement Disorders -- Prevalence of Movement Disorders -- Approach to the Patient with a Movement Disorder -- Hypokinetic Disorders -- Hyperkinetic Disorders -- Useful Clues in Identifying Movement Disorders -- References -- Part II: Neurological Approach to Movement Disorders -- Chapter 2: Tremors -- Pathophysiology -- Classification -- Clinical Disorders -- Evaluation of the Patient with Tremor -- References -- Chapter 3: Parkinsonism -- Tremors -- Rigidity -- Bradykinesia/Akinesia -- Postural Instability -- Gait Dysfunction -- Examination of the Patient with Shuffling -- Differential Diagnosis of Patients Presenting with Parkinsonism -- Diagnostic Workup of Parkinsonian Syndromes -- References -- Chapter 4: Parkinson's Disease -- Overview of Parkinson's Disease -- Pathology -- Neuroprotection Trials -- Diagnosis -- Treatment -- References -- Chapter 5: Dystonia -- Phenomenology of Dystonic Movements -- Classification of Dystonia -- Treatment -- References -- Chapter 6: Chorea -- Definitions -- Chorea -- Ballism -- Athetosis -- Akathisia and Restless Legs Syndrome -- References -- Chapter 7: Myoclonus -- Description -- Phenomenology and Differential Diagnosis -- Clinical Approach -- Classification -- Specific Etiologies of Myoclonus -- Diagnostic Workup -- Treatment -- References -- Chapter 8: Ataxia -- Pathophysiology -- Etiology of Ataxia -- Clinical Examination of the Patient with Ataxia -- Diagnosis of Ataxic Syndromes -- Management -- References -- Chapter 9: Tics -- Definition -- Characteristics of Tics -- Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, and Pathophysiology -- Evaluation -- Treatment -- References -- Chapter 10: Sleep-Related Movement Disorders
Movement Disorders That Occur only During Sleep/Falling Asleep and Disappear During Wakefulness -- Movement Disorders Occurring During Wakefulness but Frequently Persisting During Sleep -- References -- Part III: Psychiatric Approach to Movement Disorders -- Chapter 11: The Psychiatric Assessment -- Introduction -- The Psychiatric Interview -- Mental Status Examination -- Diagnosis -- Treatment -- References -- Chapter 12: Psychiatric Issues in Parkinson's Disease -- Introduction -- Examination of the Patient -- Depression and Anxiety -- Apathy -- Cognitive Impairment -- Psychosis -- Impulse Control Disorders -- References -- Chapter 13: Psychiatric Issues in Huntington's Disease -- Introduction -- Genetic Testing -- Cognitive Dysfunction -- Depression and Apathy -- Anxiety and Perseveration -- Mania, Irritability, and Impulsivity -- Psychosis -- References -- Chapter 14: Psychiatric Issues in Tourette Syndrome -- Introduction -- Tics and Behavior -- Psychiatric Comorbidities -- References -- Chapter 15: Approach to Conversion Disorder -- Approach to the Patient with Conversion Disorder -- Epidemiology of Conversion Disorder -- Historical Perspective -- Neurobiopsychosocial Model -- Diagnosis -- Etiology of Conversion Disorder -- Treatment -- References -- Part IV: Surgical Approach to Movement Disorders -- Chapter 16: Surgical Approach to Movement Disorders -- History of Surgery for Movement Disorders -- Surgery for Specific Movement Disorders -- Surgical Treatment Options and Symptom Management -- Results -- Complications -- Safety Issues -- MRI -- References -- Part V: Nonpharmacologic Approach to Movement Disorders -- Chapter 17: Physical and Ocupational Therapy -- The Role of Exercise in the Management of Parkinson's Disease -- Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy in a Multidisciplinary Approach to Management -- The Falling Patient
Conclusion -- Selected Websites -- References -- Chapter 18: Speech and Swallowing Therapy -- Speech and Swallowing Abnormalities Associated with Movement Disorders -- Evaluation of Speech -- Evaluation of Swallowing -- Speech and Swallowing in Parkinson's Disease -- Speech and Swallowing Disorders in Multiple System Atrophy -- Speech and Swallowing in Progressive Supranuclear Palsy -- Speech and Swallowing in Corticobasoganglionic Degeneration -- Speech and Swallowing in Syndromes of Progressive Ataxia -- Speech and Swallowing in Huntington's Disease -- Speech and Swallowing in Wilson's Disease -- Speech and Swallowing Disorders in Dystonia -- Speech and Swallowing Disorders in Tardive Dyskinesia -- References -- Appendix A -- Appendix B -- Chapter 19: Nutritional Considerations -- The Malnourished Patient: Unintended Weight Loss in Movement Disorders -- Nutrition in Parkinson's Disease -- Nutrition in Other Parkinsonian Disorders -- Nutrition in Choreiform Disorders -- Nutrition in Ataxia -- Nutrition in Tardive Dyskinesia -- Nutritional Derangements as a Cause of Movement Disorders -- Swallowing Dysfunction in Patients with Movement Disorders -- Evidence on Nutritional Supplements -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
This is a quick-access, pocket-sized guide to the diagnosis and treatment of all major movement disorders. Written for busy practitioners who need an immediate reference at the bedside, it presents medical, behavioral, surgical, and nonpharmacological approaches in an expanded outline and bulleted format. The revised and expanded second edition is divided into four convenient sections. The medical section provides a starting point for assessing and treating patients who present with a movement disorder and guides practitioners through the clinical presentation, diagnosis, and work up of all major disease categories. A new section on psychiatric issues delves into the behavioral features that typically manifest with Parkinson disease, Huntington disease, Tourette syndrome, and also covers conversion disorders with concomitant movement abnormalities. The surgical approach section has been completely updated to incorporate recent advances in functional neurosurgery including deep brain stimulation. The final section on non-pharmacologic therapies includes informative chapters on physical and occupational therapy, speech and swallowing evaluation and therapy, and nutrition. The second edition also incorporates new information about sleep-related movement disorders and covers treatment of Parkinson disease in greater depth. Loaded with tables, algorithms, and flow charts that illustrate key concepts, outline management of disorders, and highlight important information about diagnosis and treatment, this book is a highly useful addition to the pockets of all clinicians who work with patients with movement disorders. Key Features: Completely revised and updated second edition of popular practical resource for busy clinicians; Covers medical, psychiatric, surgical, and nonpharmacologic approaches to all types of movement disorders; Written concisely in
expanded outline, bullet-point format for quick access to information; Emphasizes diagnosis, work-up, and treatment; Packed with management algorithms, tables, and flow charts outlining drug dosing, side effects, and other therapeutic regimens
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Fernandez, Hubert Practical Approach to Movement Disorders : Diagnosis and Management New York : Demos Medical Publishing,c2014 9781620700341
Subject Movement disorders -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
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Alt Author Machado, Andre
Pandya, Mayur
Pandya, Mayur
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