Accurately diagnose and treat adult and pediatric sleep disorders with exceptional visual guidance from world-renowned sleep expert Dr. Meir H. Kryger. Atlas of Clinical Sleep Medicine is an easy-to-read, highly illustrated atlas that details the physiologic, clinical, morphologic, and investigational aspects of the full range of sleep disorders you encounter in everyday practice -- and helps you interpret the visual manifestations of your patients’ sleep disorders so you can manage them most effectively.
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Table of Contents
Kryger: Atlas of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 2e TOC
1. Sleep in Art and Literature
2. History of Sleep Medicine and Physiology
3. The Biology of Sleep
3.1. Brain Mechanism for Sleep-Wake Control
3.2. Localization and Neuchemistry of Sleep-Wake Physiology&Pathophysiology
3.3. Circadian Rhythms Regulation
3.4. Physiologic Regulation in Sleep
3.5. Cytokines, Host Defense, and Sleep
3.6. Control of Breathing
3.7. Central and Autonomic Regulation in Cardiovascular Physiology
3.8. Interactive Regulation of Sleep and Feeding
3.9. Endocrine Physiology
4.1. Sleep in Animals and the Phylogeny of Sleep
4.2. Normal Sleep
5. Sleep Restriction
8. Impact, Presentation, and Diagnosis
9. Circadian System Disorders
9.1. Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders
9.2. Circadian desynchrony
11. Neurologic Disorders
11.1. Narcolepsy and Idiopathic Hypersomnia
11.2. Restless Legs Syndrome and Periodic Limb Movements in Sleep Sleep Related Movement
11.3. Sleep in Epilepsy
11.4. Sleep in Neurodegenerative Disease
12. REM Parasomnias
13. Sleep Breathing Disorders
13.1. Examination of the Patient with Suspected Sleep Apnea
13.2. Sleep Apnea in the Adult
13.3. Sleep Apnea in the Child
13.4. Respiratory Diseases and the Overlap Syndromes
14. Cardiovascular Disorders
14.1. Cardiovascular Disorders
14.2. Cerebrovascular Disorders
15. Other Medical Disorders
15.1. Thyroid Disease
15.2. Diseases of the Pituitary Gland
15.3. Gastrointestinal Disorders
15.4. Diabetes Mellitus
15.5. Sleep Disorders in Chronic Renal Disease
16. Women’s Health
16.1. The Menstrual Cycle
16.2. Pregnancy and Postpartum
16.3. Midlife Transition and Menopause
16.4. Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Syndromes
17. Sleep and Psychiatric Disease
18. Diagnostic Assessment Methods
19. Gallery of Polysomnographic Recordings
20. Gallery of Patient Interview Videos
21. Gallery of Sleep Laboratory Video Findings