Uncommon Causes of Movement Disorders
A large number of neurological conditions result in abnormal movements of the body; these are often characterized by changes in coordination and altered speed of voluntary movement. Many obscure diseases, conditions and environmental insults can cause movement disorders but these are often overlooked. This volume expands and differentiates the many varied clinical presentations of movement disorders. Written by an international team of authors, including some of the most prominent clinicians in the field, disorders are defined and expanded in a clinically useful manner. Pathophysiological theories, genetic discoveries, new classifications, differential diagnoses and therapies are discussed extensively. Uncommon Causes of Movement Disorders provides a broad and comprehensive review of the field, concentrating on conditions infrequently seen but essential for practitioners to recognize in order to implement appropriate management. This is a key text for movement disorders specialists and general neurologists at all stages of their career.
- Electronic book text | 346 pages
- 20 Nov 2011
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 136 b/w illus.
Table of contents
Preface; 1. Multiple system atrophy Sylvia Stemberger and Gregor K. Wenning; 2. Progressive supranuclear palsy Carlos Singer, Henry Moore-Quiroga and Corneliu Luca; 3. Corticobasal degeneration David Riley; 4. Wilson's disease Neeraj Kumar; 5. Neurodegeneration with iron accumulation Paul J. Tuite and Matt Bower; 6. Neurocanthocytosis Ruth A. Walker; 7. Non-hereditary chorea Francisco Cardoso; 8. Huntington's disease and other choreas Kailash M. Bhatia; 9. Dystonic syndromes Christine Klein; 10. Tics and Tourette syndrome Roger Kurlan and David Shprecher; 11. Tremor Mark Stacy; 12. Tardive dyskinesias and other drug-induced movement disorders Santiago Perez-Lloret and Marcelo Merello; 13. Psychogenic movement disorders Alberto Espay; 14. Myoclonus Era Hanspal and Steven Frucht; 15. Cerebellar disorders Susan L. Perlman and Brent Fogel; 16. Unusual gait disorders Victor S. C. Fung and Samuel Kim; 17. Neuro-ophthalmological alterations in patients with movement disorders Jan Kassubek and Elmar H. Pinkhardt; 18. Restless legs syndrome and sleep-related disorders Giacomo Della Marca and Alberto Albanese; 19. Impulse behavior disorders Hubert Fernandez; 20. Dementia and Parkinsonism Praveen Dayalu and Kelvin L. Chou; 21. Cramps, contractures and myalgias: twilight zone between movement disorders and neuromuscular diseases Virgilio D. Salanga and Michelle M. Dompenciel; 22. Metabolic and secondary movement disorders Marie Vidailhet, Emmanuel Roze, David Grabli and Karine Aure; 23. Mitochondrial disorders Claire Henchcliffe; 24. Paroxysmal dyskinesias Shyamal H. Mehta; 25. The boundaries between epilepsy and movement disorders Eissa Ibrahim Al Eissa and Selim R. Benbadis; 26. Hemifacial spasm and other facial dyskinesias Nestor Galvez-Jimenez; 27. Palladic and thalamic atrophies Kurt A. Jellinger; 28. Cerebrovascular diseases and movement disorders Sarkes Morales-Vidal, Ninth Kartha, Rima M. Dafer, Michael J. Schenk and Jose Biller; 29. Autonomic disorders and basal ganglia diseases Christopher J. Mathias; 30. Multiple sclerosis and movement disorders Daniel Kantor; 31. Stiff person syndrome Daniel S. Sa; 32. Hereditary spastic paraplegias Nestor Galvez-Jimenez; 33. Apraxias Cindy Zadikoff and Roneil Malkani; Index.
About Nestor Galvez-Jimenez
Nestor Galvez-Jimenez is Chairman of the Department of Neurology and Chief of the Movement Disorders Program at the Cleveland Clinic Florida and Associate Clinical Professor of Neurology at the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA. Paul Tuite is Associate Professor of Neurology and Director of Movement Disorders at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA.