Child And Adolescent Neurology: Neurology/Psychiatry Access Series / Edition 3 available in Hardcover
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- Elsevier Health Sciences
Part of Mosby's Neurology/Psychiatry Access Series, this new title offers a brief, yet complete overview of the basics of diagnosis and treatment of neurologic problems commonly encountered in the child or adolescent. The open, easy-to-access format makes it ideal for quick reference, while three dozen contributing authors give the reader the fundamental tools needed to make a diagnosis. Includes information on how to assess and evaluate, clinically relevant descriptions of the types of neurologic diseases and disorders, and common clinical problems seen in everyday practice.
Table of ContentsI. Pediatric Neurologic Evaluation 1. Neurologic History 2. The Neurologic Examination of the Newborn and Infant 3. The Neurologic Examination of the Young Child 4. The Neurologic Examination of the School-Age and Adolescent Child 5. Neurodiagnostic Laboratory Procedures The Electroencephalogram Electrodiagnosis of the Motor Unit Event-Related Potential Assessment of Sensory System Integrity Neuroimaging Techniques II. General Pediatric Neurologic Diseases and Disorders 6. Toxic and Metabolic Encephalopathies 7. Traumatic Encephalopathies 8. The Epilepsies 9. Movement Disorders in Childhood 10. Infections of the Central Nervous System 11. Vascular Disease 12. Inborn Errors of Metabolism I: Neurologic Degenerative Diseases 13. Inborn Errors of Metabolism II: Disorders of Purine and Amino Acid Metabolism 14. Neoplastic Diseases 15. Neuromuscular Diseases 16. Neurocutaneous Syndromes of the Dermal Pigmentary Unit 17. Congenital Malformations of the Central Nervous System 18. Disorders of Motor Execution I: Cerebral Palsy 19. Disorders of Motor Execution II: Higher-Order Motor Deficits 20. Disorders of Higher Cortical Function in the Preschooler 21. Disorders of Higher Cortical Function in School-Age Children III. Common Pediatric Neurologic Problems 22. Coma 23. Headaches 24. Febrile Seizures 25. The Hyperactive Child 26. Sleep Disorders Apnea Syndromes