Stroke Syndromes, 3ed
The first two editions of Stroke Syndromes were widely welcomed as authoritative reference works in the assessment and diagnosis of stroke. This revised and updated third edition remains the definitive guide to patterns and syndromes in stroke. A comprehensive survey of all types of neurological, neurophysiological and other clinical dysfunction due to stroke. The book contains descriptions of clinical problems encountered in stroke patients and their differential diagnosis, enhancing pattern recognition and enabling clinicians to differentiate between possible locations on the basis of symptoms and signs. The companion volume Uncommon Causes of Stroke completes this highly authoritative reference work which clinicians in neurology will find essential to the understanding and diagnosis of stroke.
- Electronic book text
- 27 Aug 2012
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 3rd Revised edition
- 306 b/w illus. 32 colour illus. 50 tables
Table of contents
Introduction; Part I. Clinical Manifestations: 1. Hemiparesis and other types of motor weakness Adria Arboix and Josep Marti-Vilalta; 2. Sensory abnormalities Jung S. Kim; 3. Cerebellar ataxia Chris Diener and Dagmar Timmann; 4. Cognitive and behavioral abnormalities secondary to cerebellar stroke Jeremy Schmahmann; 5. Headache: stroke symptoms and signs Conrad Estol; 6. Eye movement abnormalities Shirley Wray and Louis R. Caplan; 7. Cerebral visual dysfunction Jarson Barton and Louis R. Caplan; 8. Visual symptoms Shirley Wray; 9. Vestibular syndromes and vertigo Marianne Dieterich and Thomas Brandt; 10. Auditory disorders in stroke Robert Baloh; 11. Abnormal movements Joseph Ghika; 12. Seizures and stroke Chris Bladin and Geoff Donnan; 13. Disturbances of sleep Claudio Bassetti; 14. Coma and decreased levels of consciousness Eelco Wijdicks; 15. Aphasia and stroke Argye Hillis and Elisabeth Marsh; 16. Agitation and delirium John Brust and Louis R. Caplan; 17. Frontal lobe stroke syndromes Randolph Marshall; 18. Memory loss Jose Ferro and Isabel Martins; 19. Neurobehavioral aspects of deep hemisphere stroke Jose Ferro and A. Verdelho; 20. Right hemisphere syndromes Elliott Ross and Louis R. Caplan; 21. Post-stroke dementia Dider Leys and Florence Pasquier; 22. Disorders of mood and behavior Randolph Marshall; 23. Agnosias, apraxias and callosal disconnection syndromes Arnaud Saj and Patrik Vuilleumier; 24. Muscle and peripheral nerve manifestations of stroke Rick Logigian and Pariwat Thaisettawatkul; 25. Cardiac and autonomic manifestations of stroke E. Camargo and M. Samuels; 26. Dysarthria Edward Feldmann; 27. Dysphagia and aspiration syndromes Sandeep Kumar; 28. Respiratory dysfunction F. Vingerhoets; Part II. Vascular Topographic Syndromes: 29. Arterial territories of the human brain Laurent Tatu, Thierry Moulin, Fabrice Vuillier and Julien Bogousslavsky; 30. Middle cerebral arteries J. P. Mohr; 31. Anterior cerebral artery John Brust; 32. Anterior choroidal artery territory infarcts Cathy Helgason and Louis R. Caplan; 33. Thalamic infarcts and hemorrhages Michel Barth and Louise R. Caplan; 34. Caudate infarcts and hemorrhages Chin-Sang Chung and Louis R. Caplan; 35. Posterior cerebral artery C. Chaves and Louis R. Caplan; 36. Large and panhemispheric infarcts R. Kollmar, J. Bosel and S. Schwab; 37. Multiple and bihemispheric infarcts Emre Kumral; 38. Midbrain infarcts M. Hommel and Louis R. Caplan; 39. Pontine infarcts and hemorrhages Chin-Sang Chung and Louis R. Caplan; 40. Medullary infarcts and hemorrhages Jung S. Kim; 41. Cerebellar infarcts Mikael Mazighi and P. Amarenco; 42. Border zone infarcts E. Bernd Ringelstein, Ralph Dittrich and Dittrich Stogbauer; 43. Lacunar syndromes J. Bamford; 44. Basal ganglia hemorrhages Chin-Sang Chung, Kwang-Yeol Park and Louis R. Caplan; 45. Lobar hemorrhages Carlos Kase; 46. Intraventricular hemorrhages D. Hanley and W. Ziai; 47. Subarachnoid hemorrhage syndromes Jan van Gijn and G. Rinkel; 48. Brain venous thrombosis syndromes Jerome Mawet, Isabelle Crassard and Marie-Germaine Bousser; 49. Carotid occlusion syndromes Seemant Chaturvedi; 50. Cervical artery dissection syndromes Marcel Arnold, Heinrich P. Mattle and Mathias Sturzenegger; 51. Intracranial artery dissections C. Estol and Louis R. Caplan; 52. Syndromes related to large artery thromboembolism in the posterior circulation Louis R. Caplan; 53. Spinal stroke syndromes Mathias Sturzenegger; Index.
About Dr. Louis R. Caplan
Louis R. Caplan is Senior Neurologist, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA. Jan van Gijn is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Neurology, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands.