Movement Disorders in Neurologic and Systemic Disease
Movement disorders - ranging from parkinsonism to a variety of hyperkinetic disorders, such as tremors, dystonic, chorea and myoclonus - can be the presenting or a prominent clinical feature in a broad spectrum of systemic conditions such as endocrine and metabolic disorders, autoimmune diseases, infections, intoxications, tumors and pareneoplastic syndromes, stroke and multiple sclerosis. The resulting clinical scenarios can be confusing and difficult to interpret by internists, generalists and neurologists. Movement Disorders in Neurologic and Systemic Disease provides comprehensive coverage of the most common movement disorders seen in systemic and general neurologic disease, as well as differential diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms. The chapters are written by internationally recognized experts and more than 50 illustrative videos highlight the phenomenology of some of the movement disorders and provide a useful 'bed-side' diagnostic tool. This book is a valuable resource for neurologists, physiatrists, psychiatrists, internists, primary care physicians and trainees in medicine and neurology.
- Hardback | 471 pages
- 194 x 248 x 28mm | 1,099.98g
- 30 Apr 2014
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 42 b/w illus. 12 colour illus. 71 tables
Table of contents
Part I. General Principles: 1. Phenomenology, classification and diagnostic approach to patients with movement disorders Marjolein B. Aerts, Joseph Jankovic, Bart P. van de Warrenburg and Bastiaan R. Bloem; 2. Pathogenesis of movement disorders: basic neuroanatomy and pathophysiology K. Amande M. Pauls and Lars Timmermann; 3. Principles of management in movement disorders Werner Poewe and Joseph Jankovic; Part II. Movement Disorders in Systemic Disease: 4. Paraneoplastic movement disorders Francesc Valldeoriola and Josep Dalmau; 5. Movement disorders of autoimmune origin Jose Fidel Baizabal-Carvallo and Joseph Jankovic; 6. Movement disorders in systemic infections Francisco Cardoso; 7. Movement disorders in HIV and AIDS-related central nervous system infections Sarah M. Kranick and Avindra Nath; 8. Movement disorders in metabolic diseases in adulthood Miryam Carecchio, Susanne A. Schneider and Kailash P. Bhatia; 9. Movement disorders in childhood metabolic diseases Emilio Fernandez-Alvarez and Agathe Roubertie; 10. Movement disorders in endocrinological disease Renato Puppi Munhoz and Helio A. G. Teive; 11. Movement disorders in liver disease Lindsay Hinkle-Johnston and Joseph M. Ferrara; 12. Movement disorders in renal diseases Tiago Teodoro and Joaquim J. Ferreira; 13. Movement disorders in hematological disease Sheila Eichenseer and Deborah A. Hall; Part III. Iatrogenic and Toxic Movement Disorders: 14. Drug-induced movement disorders Shyamal H. Mehta and Kapil D. Sethi; 15. Movement disorders associated with chronic metal poisoning Pille Taba; 16. Movement disorders following non-metal intoxications Timothy Lynch and Kinley Roberts; Part IV. Movement Disorders in General Neurology: 17. Movement disorders in stroke Werner Poewe and Benjamin Matosevic; 18. Movement disorders in multiple sclerosis Marcelo Merello and Angelo Antonini; 19. Movement disorders in neoplastic brain disease Taku Hatano, Shin-ichiro Kubo, Nobutaka Hattori and Yoshikuni Mizuno; 20. Movement disorders in encephalitis Erich Schmutzhard and Werner Poewe; 21. Sleep-related movement disorders Birgit Frauscher and Cynthia L. Comella; 22. The borderland between epilepsy and movement disorders Tasneem Peeraully, Eng-King Tan and Ryuji Kaji; 23. Movement disorders associated with neuromuscular disorders and peripheral neuropathies Philip D. Thompson; Part V. Systemic Complications of Movement Disorders: 24. Dysautonomia in movement disorders Gregor K. Wenning and Alessandra Fanciulli; 25. Gastrointestinal complications of movement disorders Jessica B. Lehosit and Leslie J. Cloud; 26. Respiratory complications of movement disorders Raja Mehanna and Joseph Jankovic; 27. Movement disorder emergencies Ritesh A. Ramdhani and Steven J. Frucht; Index.
About Werner Poewe
Werner Poewe is Professor of Neurology and Director of the Department of Neurology, Innsbruck Medical University, Innsbruck, Austria. Joseph Jankovic, Parkinson's Disease Center and Movement Disorders Clinic, Department of Neurology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA.