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Author Albernaz, Pedro Luiz Mangabeira, author
Title The new neurotology : a comprehensive clinical guide / by Pedro Luiz Mangabeira Albernaz, Francisco Zuma e Maia, Sergio Carmona, Renato Valerio Rodrigues Cal, Guillermo Zalazar
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019
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Descript 1 online resource (xix, 228 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Note Introduction -- 1. Anatomy and Clinical Physiology of the Organs of Equilibrium -- 2. The Role of the Clinical History in Neurotology -- 3. An Introduction to Vestibular Disorders -- 4. The Bedside Tests: Practical Key Strategies to the Diagnosis of Vestibular and Oculomotor Disorders -- 5. Clinical Evaluation of the Vestibular System: The Vestibular Lab Tests -- 6. The Head Impulse Tests -- 7. The Role of Audiology in Clinical Neurotology -- 8. The Vestibular Syndromes -- 9. Meniere's Disease -- 10. Vestibular Migraine -- 11. Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo -- 12. Bilateral Vestibulopathy -- 13. Ataxia -- 14. Functional Vestibular Disorders -- 15. Glucose, Insulin and Inner Ear Pathology -- 16. Surgical Treatment of Vestibular Disorders
Neurotology is a branch of medicine that focuses on diagnosing and treating neurological conditions of the inner ear and related structures. There have been many recent advances in neurotology that have been published in general medicine, otolaryngology and neurology journals. This comprehensive book will aggregate this information to provide a more complete picture of the state of the field and will include the authors' own clinical experience. There is a recent marked increase in interest in neurotology, manifested by the clinical experiences and research-publication work of otolaryngologists, neurologists, neuro-ophtalmologists, audiologists and physiotherapists. As a result, this will be a completely state-of-the-art work that includes all up-to-date neurophysiological data related to the vestibular system. It has been estimated that 10% of patients that present at an emergency clinic have vestibular disorders, including vertigo, and these disorders are frequently a cause of falls in elderly patients. On the other hand, many physicians treat their patients with vertigo with vestibular blockers, which treat the symptoms but do not cure the disorders. We feel that it is important to supply a source of information on the vestibular system and balance disorders, and this title will do that in a comprehensive manner. This title will be an ideal reference for the diagnosis and treatment of vestibular disorders for otolaryngologists, neurologists, neuro-ophtalmologists, audiologists and physiotherapists
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Neurotology
Otorhinolaryngology
Neurology
Alt Author Zuma e Maia, Francisco, author
Carmona, Sergio, author
Cal, Renato Valerio Rodrigues, author
Zalazar, Guillermo, author
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