Recent Advances in Neuromuscular Medicine, An Issue of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics

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This issue will cover: sinle muscle fiber electrophysiology, skinned muscle fibers, magnetic resonance imaging in muscular dystrophy, ultrasound of nerve and muscle, microgenomics of the motor neuron system, and electrodiagnostic studies in animal models.
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Recent Advancements in Neuromuscular Medicine, An Issue of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics

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Overview

This issue will cover: sinle muscle fiber electrophysiology, skinned muscle fibers, magnetic resonance imaging in muscular dystrophy, ultrasound of nerve and muscle, microgenomics of the motor neuron system, and electrodiagnostic studies in animal models.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781455739172
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 3/13/2012
  • Series: The Clinics: Orthopedics
  • Pages: 220
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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University of Washington

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Table of Contents

Preface: Advancing Neuromuscular Medicine Through Integration, Translation, and Collaboration Gregory T. Carter xv

Use of Skeletal Muscle MRI in Diagnosis and Monitoring Disease Progression in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Erika L. Finanger Barry Russman Sean C. Forbes William D. Rooney Glenn A. Walter Krista Vandenborne 1

Techniques in Assessing Fatigue in Neuromuscular Diseases Jau-Shin Lou 11

The Utility of Electromyography and Mechanomyography for Assessing Neuromuscular Function: A Noninvasive Approach Moh H. Malek Jared W. Coburn 23

Novel Concepts Integrated in Neuromuscular Assessments for Surgical Restoration of Arm and Hand Function in Tetraplegia Jan Fridén Andreas Gohritz 33

The Effects of Active and Passive Stretching on Muscle Length Danny A. Riley J.M. Van Dyke 51

Hypohomocysteinemia: A Potentially Treatable Cause of Peripheral Neuropathology? Clark E. Cullen Gregory T. Carter Michael D. Weiss Peter A. Grant David Scott Saperstein 59

Regional and Whole-Body Dual-Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry to Guide Treatment and Monitor Disease Progression in Neuromuscular Disease Andrew J. Skalsky Jay J. Han Richard T. Abresch Craig M. McDonald 67

Establishing Clinical End Points of Respiratory Function in Large Animals for Clinical Translation Melissa A. Goddard Erin L. Mitchell Barbara K. Smith Martin K. Childers 75

New Opportunities and Novel Paradigms to Support Neuromuscular Research Richard Lieber Samuel Ward Lawrence Frank Simon Schenk 95

Skeletal Muscle Edema in Muscular Dystrophy: Clinical and Diagnostic Implications Sandra L. Poliachik Seth D. Friedman Gregory T. Carter Shawn E. Parnell Dennis W. Shaw 107

Cardiac MRI in Muscular Dystrophy: An Overview and Future Directions Randolph K. Otto Mark R. Ferguson Seth D. Friedman 123

Neuromuscular Ultrasonography: Quantifying Muscle and Nerve Measurements David Mayans Michael S. Cartwright Francis O. Walker 133

The Paradox of Muscle Hypertrophy in Muscular Dystrophy Joe N. Kornegay Martin K. Childers Daniel J. Bogan Janet R. Bogan Peter Nghiem Jiahui Wang Zheng Fan James F. Howard Jr Scott J. Schatzberg Jennifer L. Dow Robert W. Grange Martin A. Styner Eric P. Hoffman Kathryn R. Wagner 149

Exercise Testing in Metabolic Myopathies Mark Tarnopolsky 173

Nutrition Strategies to Improve Physical Capabilities in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy J. Davoodi CD. Markert K.A. Voelker S.M. Hutson Robert W. Grange 187

Aging of Human Muscle: Understanding Sarcopenia at the Single Muscle Cell Level Walter R. Frontera Ana Rodriguez Zayas Natividad Rodriguez 201

Index 209

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