Transcranial Sonography in Movement Disorders: Volume 90
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With recent advances of modern medicine more people reach the 'elderly age' around the globe and the number of dementia cases are ever increasing. This book is about various aspects of dementia and provides its readers with a wide range of thought-provoking sub-topics in the field of dementia. The ultimate goal of this monograph is to stimulate other physicians' and neuroscientists' interest to carry out more research projects into pathogenesis of this devastating group of diseases.
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  • Hardback | 320 pages
  • 152.4 x 231.14 x 22.86mm | 589.67g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • New
  • 0123813301
  • 9780123813305

Table of contents

PART I. Introduction



Introductory remarks on the history and current applications of TCS - M. Stern - (US)-received
Method and validity of transcranial sonography in movement disorders - D. Skoloudik (Czech Republic), U. Walter (Germany)-received
TCS anatomy - H. Huber (Germany)-- received
PART II. Transcranial sonography in Parkinson's disease

Diagnosis of PD - Transcranial sonography in relation to SPECT, MIBG - Kajimoto (Japan)--received
Diagnosis of Parkinson's disease - Transcranial sonography in relation to MRI - Niehaus (Germany)
Transcranial sonography in the early diagnosis of Parkinson's disease - Gaenslen, Berg (Germany)-- received
Transcranial sonography in the premotor diagnosis of PD - Behnke, Schroeder, Berg (Germany)-- received
Underlying pathophysiology (MRI, postmortem) - Double/Duma (Australia)-- received
Transcranial sonography for discrimination of PD vs atypical parkinsonian syndromes - A. Vlaar, K. Srulijes, W. Mess (Netherlands, Germany)--received
Transcranial sonography for discrimination of PD vs vascular parkinsonism - Pablo Venegas (Chile)--received
Transcranial sonography findings in monogenetic parkinsonism - K. Brockmann, J. Hagenah (Germany)--received
PART III. Transcranial sonography in other movement disorders and depression

Transcranial sonography in brain disorders with trace metal accumulation - U. Walter (Germany)-received
Transcranial sonography in Dystonia - A. Gaenslen (Germany)-received
Transcranial sonography in essential tremor - H. Stockner (Austria)-- received
VII. Transcranial sonography in restless legs syndrome - J. Godau (Germany), M. Sojer (Austria)-- received
VIII. Transcranial sonography in Ataxia - J. Eyding (Germany)-received
IX. Transcranial sonography in Huntington's disease - T. Postert (Germany)--received
X. Transcranial sonography in Depression - M. Mijalovic (Serbia)-- received

PART IV. Future applications and Conclusion

19 . Future applications: Transcranial sonography-assisted stereotaxy and follow-up of deep brain implants in patients with movement disorders - U. Walter (Germany)--received

20. Conclusion - D. Berg (Germany)--received
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