Intracranial and Inner Ear Physiology and Pathophysiology / Edition 1

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This book discusses the following topics: intracranial and inner fluid interactions the endolymph/perilymph/cerebrospinal fluid and associated disorders; non-invasive measurement of intracranial and inner fluid pressures; clinical aspects with particular reference to symptomatology, diagnosis and treatment; comparative fluid models.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781861560667
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 8/14/1998
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 332
  • Product dimensions: 7.87 (w) x 9.84 (h) x 0.59 (d)

Table of Contents



Part 1 Intracranial Physiology.

Chapter 1 The anatomy and physiology of intracranialfluids - MB Segal.

Chapter 2 Hydromechanics of the intracranial andlabyrinthine fluids - experimental study in cats - B Carlborg andKS Konradsson.

Chapter 3 Dynamics of inner ear pressure change caused bycerebrospinal fluid pressure manipulation in guinea pigs - EOThalen, HP Wit, JM Segenhout and FWJ Albers.

Chapter 4 CSFand posture effects on transient evokedotocoustic emissions - pilot study - MA Ferguson, AC Davis and EALovell.

Part 2 Intracranial Pathophysiology.

Chapter 5 Pathophysiology of the cerebrospinal andcerebrovascular circulations - JD Pickard, S Piechnik, PSmielewski, PJ Kirkpatrick and M Czosnyka.

Chapter 6 Intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring inskull base operations - AR Moller.

Chapter 7 Neurotolotgic manifestations of intracranialhypertension - A Sismanis.

Chapter 8 Idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus:primary disorder of CSF absorption or parenchymal cerebral disease:The relevance of vascular risk factors and cerebral white matterlesions - KR Krauss.

Chapter 9 Influence on the auditory system ofcerebrospinal fluid loss: clinical and experimental results - AWalsted.

Chapter 10 OAE and TMD recordings in ICP changes - AErnst, T Lernarz and K Weckbecker.

Chapter 11 A review of the management and current methodsof investigating intracranial pressure in shunted hydrocephalicsand an introduction to the tympanic membrane displacemernt test - MSamuel, RJ Marchbanks and DM Burge.

Chapter 12 The application of the tympanic membranedisplacement (TMD) test as part of the clinical service forhydrocephalus patients - S Flynn, RJ Marchbanks and D Burge.

Chapter 13 Quantitative assessment of intracranialpressure by the tympanic memberane displacemtn test in patientswith shunted hydrocephalus - M Samuel, DM Burge and RJMarchbanks.

Part 3 Inner Ear Physiology

Chapter 14 Physical processes underlying homeostasis ofcochlear endolymph - AN Salt and JE DeMott.

Chapter 15 Cellular mechanisms of volume control in thelabyrinth - P Wangemann.

Chapter 16 Non-invasive perilymphatic pressuremeasurements using the MMS-10 Tympanic Displacement Analyser inpatients with Meniere's disease - HJ Rosingh, HP Wit and FWJAlbers.

Chapter 17 Modelling labyrinthine fluid dynamics - JCAndrews, D Strelioff, M Bergsneider and D Becker.

Chapter 18 The effect of changes in cochlear fluidpressure on audiological measurements - AJ Phillips, GB Farrell andARD Thornton.

Chapter 19 Ionic transports in the endolymphatic sac ofthe guinea pig - V Couloigner, M Teixeira, P Hulin, O Sterkers, GPlanelles and E Ferrary.

Chapter 20 Beta-trace protein in human perilymph - GBachmann, SE Baldus, M Nekic and O Mitchell.

Chapter 21 Characteristics of infrasonic otoacousticemissions generated by the cardiovascular system - MP Hughes and RJMarchbanks.

Chapter 22 Morphological effects of low extracellularcalcium on stereociliary bundles in the guinea pig cochlea - BNKumar, DN Furness and CM Hackney.

Chapter 23 Dynamics of inner-ear pressure releasemeasured with a double-barrelled micropipette in the guinea pig -HP Wit, EO Thalen, JM Segenhout and FWJ Albers.

Part 4 Iiner-ear Pathophysiology.

Chapter 24 Treatment of otolith disease concepts and newdevelopment of laser microsurgery - M Westhofen, U Mangold and WWrollmer.

Chapter 25 Posturographic correlates of peripheral andcentral vestibulardisorders, as assessed by electronystagmography(ENG) and the Tetrax Interactive Balance System -R Kohen-Raz, ASokolov, A Kohen-Rax, M Demmer and M Har-El.

Chapter 26 Vertigo and progressive sensori-neural hearingloss - peripheral cause or vascular compression of CN VIII? - MBMoller.

Chapter 27 Acetazolamide therapy of endolmphatic hydropsaudiologically monitored by low-frequency masking: case report - EAKabudwand, D Adler, G Scholx and D Mrowinski.

Chapter 28 Effects of middle ear pressure changesd on theinner ear function in Meniere's disease: a review - B Densert, SArlinger, O Densert, K Sass and L Odkvist.

Chapter 29 Tullio phenomenon: distrurbed inner earhomeostasis? - CF O'Mahoney and LM Luxon.

Chapter 30 Traumatic sudden sensorineural hearing loss inchildren - B Kou and R Macdonald.

Chapter 31 Fleeting hearing loss: reversible dysfunctionof the cochlea during acute bacterial meningitis - MP Richardson,PT Rudd, A Reid and MJ Tarlow.

Chapter 32 Recurrent perilymphatic fistual in patientswith possible patent cochlear aqueduct: a role for cochlearaqueduct blockade: report of five cases - DJ Weider and FEMusiek.

Chapter 33 Effects of the atrial natriuretic peptide(ANP) on hearing and tinnitus in patients suffering from Meniere'sdisease - J Lamprecht.


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