Cognitive and Behavioral Abnormalities of Pediatric Diseases

Hardcover | April 15, 2010

EditorRuth Nass, Yitzchak Frank

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This book provides a detailed account of intellectual, other neuropsychological and behavioral manifestations of general pediatric diseases. The conditions discussed include the whole range of pediatric diseases - genetic syndromes, other congenital conditions, metabolic, endocrine,gastrointestinal, infectious, immunologic, toxic, trauma, and neoplastic, as well as sensory disabilities including deafness and blindness. Although the book is not intended to discuss cognitive and behavioral manifestations of conditions usually considered to be primary neurological disease, someof those, including cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, myotonic dystrophy and epilepsy, are included.Where possible, a "translational" approach is used, linking the behavioral and cognitive manifestations of these conditions, to the underlying structural, chemical or genetic abnormalities and their effect on the brain, and, in turn, on behavior and cognition. At the same time, included aresignificant psychosocial factors. Together, those factors have a major effect on patients' performance, including school performance, and on their families.This book is unique in its extensive coverage of the major pediatric conditions and of the detailed neurological, neuropsychological and behavioral aspects of each condition.

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This book provides a detailed account of intellectual, other neuropsychological and behavioral manifestations of general pediatric diseases. The conditions discussed include the whole range of pediatric diseases - genetic syndromes, other congenital conditions, metabolic, endocrine,gastrointestinal, infectious, immunologic, toxic, trau...

Dr Nass is a pediatric neurologist with a particular interest in behavioral neurology. She has an active clinical practice where she sees child with autism, ADHD and other neuropsychiatric disorders, as well as children with migraines and other neurological disorders. Her research interests currently focus on the development of hemisp...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:752 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.98 inPublished:April 15, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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I. Introduction1. Mari Hysing and Astri Johansen Lundervold: General effects of pediatric diseases on cognition and behaviorII. Autoimmune diseases2. Christopher Gillberg: Double syndromes: Autism associated with genetic, medical and metabolic disorders3. Deborah M. Levy and Gail S. Ross: Cognitive and Psychiatric Manifestations of Childhood-onset SLE (cSLE)III. Cardiac disease4. Jo Wray: The impact of congenital heart disease on cognitive and behavioral functioningIV. Endocrine disease5. Michael F. Mazurek, Rebecca A. Anglin, and Patricia I. Rosebush: Addison's6. Sheri Berenbaum: Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia7. Tamara Hershey: Type 1 Diabetes8. Ruth Nass: Cognitive and Behavioral Complications of Congenital Hypothyroidism9. Elsie J. Mobbs: Short Stature10. Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Julia A. Graber, and Laura M. DeRose: Psychological effects of precocious and delayed pubertyV. Gastrointestinal diseases11. Helmut Niederhofer, Klaus Pittschieler, and Yitzchak Frank: Cognitive and Behavioral Manifestations of Celiac Disease12. Yitzchak Frank: Cognitive and Behavioral Abnormalities Associated with Liver Disease and Wilson's DiseaseVI. Genetic syndromes13. Stephen R. Hooper, Julie Hammer, and Joanne E. Roberts: Down Syndrome14. Ann M. Mastergeorge, Jacky Au, and Randi Hagerman: Fragile X: A Family of Disorder's15. Christine M Temple: Klinefelter's Syndrome16. Ellen Wingbermuhle, Joe Egger, Willem Verhoeven, and Ineke van der Burgt: Noonan Syndrome17. Sarah Spencer Welsh and Jennifer Zarcone: Prader-Willi Syndrome18. Ann C.M. Smith, Wallace C. Duncan, Jr., and Andrea L. Gropman: Neurologic aspects of the Smith-Magenis Syndrome (SMS)19. Sarah J. Hart, Marsha L. Davenport, Stephen R. Hooper, and Aysenil Belger: Turner Syndrome20. Robert Shprintzen, Wanda Fremont, Anne Marie Higgins, Wendy R. Kates and Kevin M. Antshel: Velo-cardio-facial Syndrome21. Philip Lai, Josie Bernicot, Ursula Bellugi, and Judy Reilly: Williams SyndromeVII. Hematological disease22. Wendy Sulc, Anai Cuadra, Winsome Thompson, Maria L. Goldman, Steven Pavlakis, and F. Daniel Armstrong: Neurocognitive outcomes in sickle cell diseaseVIII. Infectious23. Anai Cuadra, Lisa T. Jacobson, and Elizabeth J. Willen: Pediatric HIV24. Anai Cuadra, Lisa T. Jacobson, and Elizabeth J. Willen: Lyme Disease25. Yushiro Yamashita: Congenital InfectionsIX. Metabolic disease26. Doris A. Trauner: Neurological and Cognitive Consequences of Nephropathic Cystinosis27. Kevin M. Antshel: Classical Galactosemia28. Elaine Murphy: Disorders of Homocysteine Metabolism29. Richard Koch and Virdette L. Brumm: Phenylketonuria30. Brendan C. Lanpher: Urea Cycle DisordersX. Neurocutaneous syndromes31. Maria T. Acosta: Neurofibromatosis Type 1: Cognitive and Behavioral Phenotype: Diagnosis and Treatment32. Elisa D'Agati, Romina Moavero, and Paolo Curatolo: Tuberous Sclerosis ComplexXI. Neonatal Disorders33. Alfred N. Krauss and Gail S. Ross: Outcome of Neonates with Hyperbilirubinemia34. Ronny Geva: Intrauterine Growth Restriction35. Betty R. Vohr: Prematurity: Impact on Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral OutcomesXII. Neoplastic Disease36. Wendy Sulc, Anai Cuadra, Winsome Thompson, Maria L. Goldman, and F. Daniel Armstrong: Neurocognitive Outcomes in Childhood Cancer: Effects of Disease and Treatment on Brain Development and Learning37. Debra S. Lefkowitz, Emily M. Fredericks, and Nataliya Zelikovsky: Neurocognitive Effects of Solid Organ TransplantationXIII. Peripheral/ Neuromuscular Disease38. Felicia B. Axelrod: Familial Dysautonomia39. Virginia J. Hinton: The Dystrophinopathies40. Anne-Berit Ekstrom, Giovanni Meola, and Stefan Winblad: Myotonic DystrophyXIV. Pulmonary Disease41. Alison Leary, Kari Kawakami Hancock, and Robert Hilt: Asthma and Cystic FibrosisXV. Renal Disease42. Phil Icard, Stephen R. Hooper, and Debbie S. Gipson: Cognitive and Behavioral Challenges of Chronic Kidney DiseaseXVI. Sensory Disorders43. Valerie Tadic and Linda Pring: Blindness in Children44. Barry Wright: DeafnessXVII. Sleep-Disorders45. Ann Halbower and Jennifer Janusz: Neuropsychological Consequences of Sleep-Disordered BreathingXVIII. Toxins46. Tracy Jirikowic, Julian Davies, Allison Brooks, and John C. Thorne: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders47. Thitinart Sithisarn and Henrietta S. Bada: Prenatal Drug Exposure: Childhood Behavior and Cognitive Functioning48. Elizabeth Poole-Di Salvo and Michael Weitzman: Intrauterine and Postnatal Exposure to Tobacco and to Secondhand Smoke and Child Cognitive and Behavioral Development49. Hugh L. Evans: Heavy metals -- Lead50. Hugh L. Evans: Heavy metals -- Mercury51. Ramona O. Hopkins: Pediatric Carbon Monoxide PoisoningXIX. Trauma52. Jacqueline Bruce, Philip A. Fisher, and Katherine C. Pears: Neurobiological, Cognitive, and Behavioral Consequences of Child Maltreatment53. Harvey Levin, Farheen Ibrahim, and Jeffrey E. Max: Neuropsychological Outcomes of TBI in Children