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作者 Fernandez, Hubert
書名 Practical Approach to Movement Disorders : Diagnosis and Medical and Surgical Management
出版項 New York : Demos Medical Publishing, 2007
©2007
國際標準書號 9781935281887 (electronic bk.)
9781933864143
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版本 1st ed
說明 1 online resource (297 pages)
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附註 Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- Chapter One: Getting Started:The Phenomenology of Movement Disorders -- Prevalence of Movement Disorders -- Types of Hypokinetic Movements -- Other Hypokinetic Movements -- Types of Hyperkinetic Movements -- Reference -- Chapter Two: The "Dancing" Patient -- Phenomenology -- Chorea -- Clinical Features -- Differential Diagnoses -- Classification -- Inherited Causes -- Sporadic Causes -- Diagnostic Workup -- Ballism -- Etiology -- Prognosis and Treatment -- Athetosis -- Akathisia and Restless Legs -- References -- Chapter Three: The "Jerky" Patient -- Phenomenology -- Etiology and Classification -- Cortical Myoclonus -- Brainstem Myoclonus -- Spinal Myoclonus -- Peripheral Myoclonus -- Multifocal and Generalized Myoclonus -- Progressive Myoclonic Epilepsy -- Progressive Myoclonic Ataxia (Ramsay Hunt Syndrome) -- Asterixis -- Opsoclonus-Myoclonus Syndrome -- Physiologic Myoclonus -- Psychogenic Myoclonus -- Myoclonus-Dystonia Syndrome -- Drugs -- Genetics -- Differential Diagnosis -- Diagnostic Workup -- Treatment -- References -- Chapter Four: The "Shaky" Patient -- Phenomenology -- Classification -- Clinical Disorders -- Enhanced Physiologic Tremor -- Parkinsonʼs Disease -- Essential Tremor -- Cerebellar Tremor -- Holmesʼ Tremor -- Dystonic Tremor -- Neuropathic Tremor -- Palatal Tremor -- Drug-Induced Tremors -- Hysterical Tremor -- Orthostatic Tremor -- Physiologic Tremor -- Evaluation of The Tremulous Patient -- Diagnostic Workup Treatment -- Parkinsonʼs Disease -- Essential Tremors -- Cerebellar Tremors -- Dystonic Tremors -- Orthostatic Tremors -- Enhanced Physiologic Tremors -- Neuropathic Tremors -- Palatal Tremors -- Drug-Induced Tremors -- References -- Chapter Five: The "Shuffling" Patient -- Phenomenology -- Examination of The Patient -- Parkinsonʼs Disease
Epidemiology -- Etiology -- Risk Factors -- Genetic Factors -- Mitochondrial Inheritance -- Environmental Factors -- Clinical Progression -- Clinical Features -- Misdiagnosis of PD -- Motor Complications -- Differential Diagnosis -- Vascular Parkinsonism -- Multiple System Atrophy -- Progressive Supranuclear Palsy -- Corticobasal Degeneration -- Wilsonʼs Disease -- Dementia with Lewy Bodies -- Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus -- Drug-induced Parkinsonism -- Essential Tremor -- Diagnostic Workup -- Treatment -- Nonmotor Aspects of Parkinsonian Conditions -- Behavioral Dysfunction -- Autonomic Dysfunction -- References -- Chapter Six: The "Twisted" Patient -- Phenomenology -- Main Features -- Other Features -- Classification -- By Distribution -- By Clinical Features -- By Etiology -- Treatment -- References -- Chapter Seven: The "Tic" Patient -- Phenomenology -- Characteristics -- Associated Features -- Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, and Pathophysiology -- Diagnostic Workup -- Treatment -- References -- Chapter Eight: The "Unsteady" Patient -- Role of the Cerebellum -- Anatomic/Functional Correlations -- Clinical Manifestations of Cerebellar Dysfunction -- Classification and Diagnostic Workup -- Strokes and Cerebellar Mass Lesions -- Autoimmune Causes of Ataxia -- Genetic Causes of Ataxia -- Sporadic Causes of Ataxia -- Treatment -- References -- Chapter Nine: Key Concepts for Surgical Therapy for Parkinsonʼs Disease and Movement Disorders -- Selection of Patients for Parkinsonʼs Disease, Essential Tremor, and Dystonia Surgery -- Parkinsonʼs Disease -- Essential Tremor -- Dystonia -- Obsessive-Disorder/Touretteʼs Syndrome -- Summary -- Characteristics of a Candidate for DBS or Lesion Surgery -- Patient Education: Discussion of Symptoms that Respond to Surgery -- Characteristics for Essential Tremor and Dystonia Surgery Candidates
Screening Cognitive Dysfunction -- Psychiatric Screening -- Parkinsonʼs Disease Medication-Refractory Symptoms and Exceptional Circumstances -- Medication Trials and Optimization in Parkinsonʼs Disease -- Medication Trials and Optimization in Essential Tremor and Dystonia -- Seeing a Movement Disorders Neurologist -- Factors that May Improve The Success of PD Surgery -- Choosing a Type (DBS Versus Lesion Therapy) And Target (Subthalamic Nucleus Versus Globus Pallidus) -- Dbs Techniques: Intraoperative Placement of The DBS Lead -- Targeting Utilizing Computerized Methodology -- Microelectrode Recording -- Cells Encountered While Mapping The GPi -- GPi-Characteristics that Define the Region -- Optic Tract Location -- Internal Capsule -- Microelectrode Localization of Subthalamus -- DBS or Lesion Techniques: MacrostimulAtion -- Securing The Lead and Implanting Generators -- DBS Programming: General Concepts -- Simple Algorithm For Programming DBS Devices in The Office -- Standard (Indirect Targeting) Coordinates for Estimating Lead Locations When Looking at Imaging (Atlas Approximations) -- Side Effects That May be Encountered While Programming that Help With Lead Location -- Risks of DBS -- Postoperative DBS Urgencies and Emergencies -- DBS Failures -- References -- Chapter Ten: Speech and Swallowing Therapy -- Speech and Swallowing Abnormalities in Patients with Movement Disorders -- Evaluation of Speech -- The Mayo Classification System of Speech Disorders -- Behavioral Treatment of Speech Disorders -- Evaluation of Swallowing -- Behavioral Treatment of Swallowing Disorders -- Speech and Swallowing in Parkinsonʼs Disease -- Speech Disorders -- Swallowing Disorders -- Speech and Swallowing Disorders in Multiple System Atrophy -- Speech Disorders -- Swallowing Disorders -- Speech and Swallowing in Progressive Supranuclear Palsy -- Speech Disorders
Swallowing Disorders -- Speech and Swallowing in Corticobasal Ganglionic Degeneration -- Speech Disorders -- Swallowing Disorders -- Speech and Swallowing in Syndromes of Progressive Ataxia -- Speech Disorders -- Swallowing Disorders -- Speech and Swallowing in Huntingtonʼs Disease -- Speech Disorders -- Swallowing Disorders -- Speech and Swallowing in Wilsonʼs Disease -- Speech Disorders -- Swallowing Disorders -- Speech and Swallowing Disorders in Dystonia -- Speech Disorders -- Swallowing Disorders -- Speech and Swallowing Disorders in Tardive Dyskinesia -- Speech Disorders -- Swallowing Disorders -- References -- Chapter Eleven: Physical and Occupational Therapy -- Role of Physical and Occupational Therapists in Movement Disorders -- Differentiating The Roles of Physical and Occupational TherapistS -- Role of the PT -- When to Refer to a PT -- Role of the OT -- When to Refer to an OT -- Physical and Occupational Therapy in parkinsonʼs Disease -- Physical and Occupational Therapy in Parkinsonism and in Other Movement Disorders -- The Falling Patient -- Managing Falls -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter Twelve: Nutritional Considerations -- The Malnourished Patient -- Nutrition in Parkinsonʼs Disease -- Dysphagia -- Decreased Appetite -- Elevated Energy Needs -- Autonomic Dysfunction -- Other Nutritional Considerations in PD -- Nutrition in the Parkinsonisms -- Multiple System Atrophy -- Progressive Supranuclear Palsy -- Other Parkinsonisms -- Nutrition in Choreiform Disorders -- Nutrition in The Ataxic Patient -- Nutritional Derangements as a Cause of Movement Disorders -- Swallowing Dysfunction in Movement Disorders -- Evidence on Nutritional Supplements -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
This book provides the busy clinician with a quick, symptom-based guide to the clinical presentation, diagnosis, work-up, and management of the most common types of movement disorders encountered in clinical practice, including Parkinson's disease, chorea, dystonia, myoclonus, and ataxia. Written in expanded outline format, with frequent diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms, tables, and scales, it is an essential guide for clinicians faced with patients with movement disorders. A Practical Approach to Movement Disorders is a welcome departure from the typical lengthy, disease-based hardbound texts ill suited for the busy clinician. Practical yet authoritative, this fit-in-your-coat-pocket guide begins with a comprehensive description of the different presentations of movement disorders. It then details the medical, surgical, and non-pharmacological approaches, including speech and swallowing therapy and physical and occupational therapy. Key features include: Symptom-based, rather than disease-based, chapters; A focus on the most common movement disorders; A unique section on the neurological aspects of deep brain stimulation (DBS); Dozens of diagnostic and management pearls; Suggested readings for each chapter. Handy and comprehensive, A Practical Approach to Movement Disorders is the only guide for busy clinicians needing quick information on movement disorders.;Preface; Getting Started: Phenomenology of Movement Disorders; Medical Approach to Movement Disorders ; The Dancing Patient; The Jerky Patient; The Shaky Patient; The Shuffling Patient; The Twisted Patient; The Tic Patient; The Unsteady Patient; Surgical Approach to Movement Disorders ; Key Concepts for Surgical Therapy for Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders; Non-Pharmacologic Approach to Movement Disorders ; Speech and Swallowing Therapy; Physical and Occupational Therapy;
Nutritional Considerations; Index
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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
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