ISBN-10:
0521462657
ISBN-13:
9780521462655
Pub. Date:
05/07/1998
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Immunological and Infectious Diseases of the Peripheral Nerves / Edition 1

Immunological and Infectious Diseases of the Peripheral Nerves / Edition 1

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Overview

This is the first book dedicated to peripheral neuropathies of immune or infectious origin, which are now known to comprise a substantial proportion of disorders of the peripheral nerves. Many of the most important advances in the field were made by contributors to this volume. There are four sections, dealing with biology and epidemiology, patient evaluation, specific clinical syndromes known to be of infectious or immunologic origin, and therapy and management, including rehabilitation. Neurologists will welcome this comprehensive review of the field, which provides an authoritative overview of the pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of infectious and immune mediated neuropathies.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780521462655
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 05/07/1998
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 455
Product dimensions: 7.68(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.10(d)

Table of Contents

Preface; The way things were: the discovery of experimental 'allergic' neuritis B. Waksman; Part I. Biology and Epidemiology: 1. Immune interactions in the peripheral nervous system C. L. Koski; 2. Epidemiology of autoimmune polyneuropathies J. J. Kelly; Part II. Patient Evaluation: 3. Clinical evaluation and differential diagnosis J. H. J. Wokke, and N. C. Notermans; 4. Electrophysiological studies H. Franssen; 5. Immunopathological studies in immune-mediated neuropathies M. Corbo, and A. P. Hays; Part III. Clinical Syndromes: 6. Guillain-Barré syndrome and variants F. G. A. Van der Meché; 7. Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy M. Vermeulen; 8. Acute and chronic sensory neuronopathy G. Sobue; 9. Acute and chronic autonomic neuropathies G. A. Suarez, and P. A. Low; 10. Vasculitic neuropathies G. Said; 11. Neuropathies associated with anti-MAG antibodies and IgM monoclonal gammopathies E. Nobile-Orazio; 12. Motor neuropathies associated with anti-GM1 ganglioside antibodies T. Kuntzer, and A. J. Steck; 13. Neuropathies associated with anti-sulfatide and other glycoconjugate antibodies L. H. van der Berg; 14. Paraneoplastic peripheral neuropathy P. Sillevis Smitt, and Jerome Posner; 15. Polyneuropathies associated with myeloma, POEMS, and non-malignant IgG and IgA monoclonal gammopathies J. J. Kelly; 16. Neuromyotonia and the Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome J. Newsom-Davis; 17. The Post-Polio syndrome M. Dalakas; 18. Peripheral neuropathy in HIV-1 infection T. H. Brannagan, T. McAlarney, and N. Latov; 19. Lyme neuropathy P. Coyle, and M. Kaufman; 20. Neuropathy in leprosy F. G. I. Jennekens, and W. H. van Brakel; 21. Neuropathies associated with herpes virus infections Israel Steiner, and Dana Wolf; 22. Toxin-induced immune neuropathies N. L. Rosenberg; 23. Immune-mediated experimental neuropathies J. D. Pollard; Part IV. Therapy and Management: 24. Immunosuppression and immunomodulation A. Brand; 25. Management of paralytic neuropathy in the intensive care unit C. F. Bolton; 26. Diagnosis and symptomatic therapy of nerve pain Ch. J. Vecht, and P. L. I. Dellemijn; 27. Medical rehabilitation G. Van Dijk, N. C. Notermans, and J. Gerritsen.

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