Neuroimaging II: Clinical Applications / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
Volume 2 continues to bring researchers and students up to date on the latest studies on brain imaging technologies and their use in investigations of human brain function. This volume focuses on the field's clinical applications, and explores their future direction. Topics include positron emission tomography neuroimaging in dementia, neuroimaging and neurosurgical outcome in epilepsy, and magentic resonance imaging and memory disorders, among others. The text is abundant with illustrations.
|Series:||Human Brain Function: Assessment and Rehabilitation|
|Product dimensions:||7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.03(d)|
Table of Contents1. Introduction; E.D. Bigler. General Issues 2. Neuroimaging, Neurophysiological, and Neurobehavioral Techniques: A Beginning Synthesis; C.M. Cullum, J.G. Harris. 3. Neuroimaging in Neurological Disorders; A.B. Newberg, A. Alavi. 4. Neuroimaging in Psychiatric Disorders; L. Marsh, et al. 5. Gender Differences in Brain Morphometry and Function; E. Farace, E. Turkheimer. 6. Neuroanatomy of the Aging Brain Observed in Vivo: A Review of Structural MRI Findings; N. Raz. Clinical Syndromes 7. Positron Emission Tomography Neuroimaging in Dementia; K.A. Welsh-Bohmer, J.M. Hoffman. 8. Functional and Structural Measures for Determining Risk Memory Change following Epilepsy Surgery; R.I. Naugle, et al. 9. Imaging Functional Reorganization after Brain Injury; C. Weiller, et al. 10. Neuroimaging and Traumatic Brain Injury; E.D. Bigler. 11. Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Memory Disorders; N. Kapur. 12. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Studies of Cognition; B.J. Casey, et al. 13. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Studies of Memory; A.J. Saykin, et al. Future Direction and Clinical Application 14. Neuroimaging and Biology: Concluding Remarks; R.A. Yeo. Index