Mayo Clinic Neurology Board Review (SET) by Kelly D. FlemmingMayo Clinic Neurology Board Review (SET) by Kelly D. Flemming

Mayo Clinic Neurology Board Review (SET)

EditorKelly D. Flemming, Lyell K. Jones

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This printed set of "Mayo Clinic Neurology Board Review: Basic Sciences and Psychiatry for Initial Certification" and "Mayo Clinic Neurology Board Review: Clinical Neurology for Initial Certification and MOC" comes with a year's access to the online version on Oxford Medicine Online. Byactivating your unique access code, you can read and annotate the full text online, follow links from the references to primary research materials, and view, enlarge and download all the figures and tables.This two-volume, comprehensive board review guide will aid in the preparation for the neurology board certification and re-certification exams. These two volumes are divided into the basic sciences in "Part 1" and clinical neurology in "Part 2". Each volume has multiple chapters, numerous four-colorillustrations, as well as neuroimaging, neuropathology, and other pictures throughout the. Text boxes highlight high yield information and board type questions conclude each section.This set eliminates the need for obtaining multiple resources to study for the neurology board examination by providing high-yield information emphasized to highlight key facts.In addition to those people preparing to take, or recertify for, the neurology boards, it will also be useful to medical students and residents rotating through neurology or for the generalist with an interest in reviewing neurology.
Kelly D. Flemming, MD, is Assistant Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Lyell K. Jones, MD, is Assistant Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.
Title:Mayo Clinic Neurology Board Review (SET)Format:PaperbackDimensions:11 × 8.5 × 0.68 inPublished:July 9, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Mayo Clinic Neurology Board Review: Basic Sciences and Psychiatry for Initial CertificationContributorsContinuing Medical Education InformationFaculty, Planning Committee and Provider Disclosure SummarySection I: Neuroscience and NeuroanatomyEduardo E. Benarroch: 1. Kelly D. Flemming: Cerebrovascular Anatomy and Pathophysiology2. Ruple S. Laughlin and Kelly D. Flemming: Meninges and Ventricles3. Kelly D. Flemming and Eduardo E. Benarroch: Afferent System Overview4. Eduardo E. Benarroch, James C. Watson and Kelly D. Flemming: Peripheral and Central Pain Pathways and Pathophysiology5. Scott D. Eggers, Eduardo E. Benarroch and Jacqueline A. Leavitt: Special Somatic Sensory Afferent Overview6. Jennifer A. Tracy: Peripheral Nerve, Neuromuscular Junction, and Muscle Anatomy7. Jennifer A. Tracy: Spinal Cord Anatomy8. Kelly D. Flemming: Brainstem and Cranial Nerves: Overview and Medulla9. Kelly D. Flemming and Paul W. Brazis: Brainstem and Cranial Nerves: The Pons10. Kelly D. Flemming and Paul W. Brazis: Brainstem and Cranial Nerves: The Midbrain11. Kelly D. Flemming and Paul W. Brazis: Brainstem and Cranial Nerves: Longitudinal Brainstem12. Paul W. Brazis and Scott D.Eggers: Supranuclear Ocular Motor Systems13. Kelly D. Flemming, Jacqueline A. Leavitt and Eduardo E. Benarroch: Cranial Nerves I and II14. Kelly D. Flemming and Eduardo E. Benarroch: Thalamus15. Elizabeth A. Coon and Eduardo E. Benarroch: Principles of Neuroendocrinology and Hypothalamic Function16. Kelly D. Flemming and Eduardo E. Benarroch: The Limbic System17. Jonathan Graff-Radford, Alex J. Nelson and Eduardo E. Benarroch: Basal Ganglia18. Jonathan Graff-Radford, Anhar Hassan and Eduardo E. Benarroch: Cerebellum19. Jennifer A. Tracy, Eduardo E. Benarroch and Kelly D. Flemming: Autonomic Nervous System20. Kelly D. Flemming: Cortex: Gross Anatomy21. Richard J. Caselli and David T. Jones: Cortex Topography and Organization22. David T. Jones: Cortical Circuitry, Networks, and Function23. Richard J. Caselli: Focal Cognitive SyndromesQuestions and AnswersSection II: Cellular NeuroscienceEduardo E. Benarroch: 24. Nathan P. Staff: Cellular Signaling25. Nathan P. Staff: Cellular Processes26. Brian S. Katz and Eduardo E. Benarroch: Cellular Injury and DeathQuestions and AnswersSection III: NeuropharmacologyJeffrey W. Britton: Questions and Answers27. Amy Z. Crepeau and Jeffrey W. Britton: NeuropharmacologyQuestions and AnswersSection IV: Sleep PathophysiologyPablo R. Castillo: 28. Michael F. Presti: Sleep PathophysiologyQuestions and AnswersSection V: NeurogeneticsRalitza H. Gavrilova: 29. Ralitza H. Gavrilova and Virginia V. Michels: Patterns of Inheritance in Neurogenetic Disease30. Ralitza H. Gavrilova and Virginia Michels: Chromosomal SyndromesQuestions and AnswersSection VI: NeurodiagnosticsRuple S. Laughlin: 31. David B. Burkholder and Jeffrey W. Britton: Electroencephalography32. Brian A. Crum: Nerve Conduction Studies and Needle Electromyography33. Ruple S. Laughlin: Cerebrospinal Fluid34. James C. Watson: Evoked Potentials35. David F. Black: NeuroimagingQuestions and AnswersSection VII: PsychiatryKemuel L. Philbrick: 36. Mary M. Machulda: Principles of Psychiatry and Psychology37. Maria I. Lapid and Mark W. Olsen: Psychological Development Through the Life Cycle38. Simon Kung: Mood Disorders39. Michael M. Reese: Anxiety Disorders40. Keith G. Rasmussen: Psychotic Disorders41. Brian A. Palmer: Personality and Illness42. Kari A. Martin: Miscellaneous Psychiatric Disorders43. Jyoti Bhagia: Psychiatric Disorders Associated With Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence44. Tamara J. Dolenc: Substance Use Disorders45. Osama A. Abulseoud: Pharmacologic Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders46. Jarrod M. Leffler: Nonpharmacologic Treatment of Psychiatric DisordersQuestions and AnswersIndexMayo Clinic Neurology Board Review: Clinical Neurology for Initial Certification and MOCContributorsContinuing Medical Education InformationFaculty, Planning Committee and Provider Disclosure SummarySection I: Neurology Intensive CareEelco F. M. Wijdicks: 1. S. Arthur Moore and Eelco F. M. Wijdicks: Impaired Consciousness and Coma2. Heidi T. Woessner and William D. Freeman: Principles and Management of Alterations in Intracranial Pressure3. Sara E. Hocker and Matthew T. Hoerth: Status Epilepticus4. Jennifer E. Fugate and Eelco F. M. Wijdicks: Nontraumatic Subarachnoid Hemorrhage5. Jennifer E. Fugate and Eelco F. M. Wijdicks: Anoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy6. Jeffrey T. Jacob and Eelco F. M. Wijdicks: Traumatic Brain Injury7. Patrick R. Maloney, Jeffrey T. Jacob and Eelco F. M. Wijdicks: Acute Spinal Cord Compression, Spinal Cord Trauma, and Peripheral Nerve Injury8. Philippe Couillard and Eelco F. M. Wijdicks: Neuromuscular Disease in the Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit9. Philippe Couillard and Eelco F. M. Wijdicks: Acute Hyperthermic SyndromesQuestions and AnswersSection II: Cerebrovascular DiseasesKevin M. Barrett: 10. Kelly D. Flemming: Ischemic Stroke: Common Causes and Diagnosis11. Kelly D. Flemming: Ischemic Stroke: Uncommon and Special Situations12. Bart M. Demaerschalk: Acute Ischemic Stroke Evaluation and Treatment13. Bart M. Demaerschalk: Secondary Prevention of Ischemic Stroke14. Maria I. Aguilar and Barry D. Birch: Intraparenchymal Cerebral Hemorrhage15. Robet D. Brown Jr.: Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysms and Vascular Malformations16. Billie A. Schultz: NeurorehabilitationQuestions and AnswersSection III: Demyelinating DiseasesB. Mark Keegan: 17. Claudia F. Lucchinetti: Pathology and Spectrum of Central Nervous System Inflammatory Demyelinating Diseases18. Istvan Pirko: The Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis19. Orhun H. Kantarci: Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis20. Jessica P. Floyd and Elizabeth A. Shuster: Mimickers of Multiple SclerosisQuestions and AnswersSection IV: Movement DisordersBryan T. Klassen: 21. Paul E. Youssef, Kenneth J. Mack and Kelly D. Flemming: Classification and Approach to Movement Disorders22. Alex J. Nelson and Bryan T. Klassen: Hypokinetic Movement Disorders: Parkinson Disease23. Jeremy K. Cutsforth-Gregory, Bradley F. Boeve and Keith A. Josephs: Atypical Parkinsonian Syndromes24. Melinda S. Burnett: Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders: Tremor and Myoclonus25. Elizabeth A. Coon and James H. Bower: Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders: Chorea, Tic, and Dystonia26. Anhar Hassan: Cerebellar Disorders and Ataxia27. Paul E. Youssef and Kenneth J. Mack: Childhood Movement DisordersQuestions and AnswersSection V: Behavioral NeurologyBryan Woodruff: 28. Kelly D. Flemming: Syndromes of Cognitive Dysfunction29. Kelly D. Flemming and Richard J. Caselli: A Review of Focal Cortical Syndromes30. Qurat ul Ain Khan and Nilufer Taner: Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer Disease31. Shinsuke Fujioka, Neill R. Graff-Radford, Daniel F. Broderick and Zbigniew K. Wszolek: Frontotemporal Dementias32. Bradley F. Boeve: Parkinsonism-Related Dementias33. Eoin P. Flanagan: Nondegenerative Dementias and EncephalopathiesQuestions and AnswersSection VI: EpilepsyKatherine H. Noe: 34. Kristine S. Ziemba and Katherine H. Noe: Epilepsy Classification35. Katherine H. Noe: Epidemiology and Pathophysiology of Epilepsy36. Joseph F. Drazkowski: Evaluating Seizures and Seizurelike Events37. Matthew T. Hoerth: Treatment of EpilepsyQuestions and AnswersSection VII: Neuromuscular and Spine DisordersElliot L. Dimberg: 38. Patty P. Atkinson and Jessica P. Floyd: Myelopathies39. Eric J. Sorenson: Motor Neuron Diseases40. Sarah E. Berini and Nathan P. Staff: Peripheral Nerve Disorders41. Brent P. Goodman: Neuromuscular Junction Disorders42. Margherita Milone: Acquired Muscle Disorders43. Margherita Milone: Inherited Muscle Disorders44. Wolfgang Singer: Autonomic DisordersQuestions and AnswersSection VIII: Clinical Disorders of the Cranial Nerves and BrainstemCarrie E. Robertson: 45. Jacqueline A. Leavitt: Neuro-ophthalmology: Visual Fields46. Kelly D. Flemming: Neuro-ophthalmology: Disorders of Visual Perception, Pupils, and Eyelids47. Paul W. Brazis: Neuro-ophthalmology: Extraocular Muscles and Cranial Nerves III, IV, and VI48. Scott D. Eggers: Clinical Neurotology49. Kelly D. Flemming: Disorders of the Cranial Nerves and BrainstemQuestions and AnswersSection IX: Headache and PainChristopher J. Boes: 50. Bert B. Vargas and Rashmi B. Halker Singh: Introduction and Approach to Headache51. Hossein Ansari and F. Michael Cutrer: Primary Headache Disorders: Migraine, Tension-Type, and Chronic Daily Headaches52. Rashmi B. Halker Singh and Bert B. Vargas: Primary Headache Disorders: Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalgias, Headaches With Specific Triggers, and Other Primary Headache Disorders53. Amaal J. Starling and David W. Dodick: Secondary Headache Disorders54. James C. Watson: Clinical Pain DisordersQuestions and AnswersSection X: Neuro-oncology and Paraneoplastic DisordersAlyx B. Porter: 55. Kelly D. flemming and Alyx B. Porter: Introduction to Neoplastic Disease56. Derek R. Johnson: Glial Tumors57. Heather E. Leeper and Alyx B. Porter: Nonglial Central Nervous System Tumors58. Joon H. Uhm: Spinal Cord Tumors59. Mark E. Jentoft: Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumors60. Alyx B. Porter: Metastatic Disease61. Gretchen E. Schlosser Covell and Alyx B. Porter: Neurologic Complications of Radiation and Chemotherapy62. Andrew McKeon: Paraneoplastic and Other Autoimmune Neurologic DisordersQuestions and AnswersSection XI: Neurologic Infectious DiseaseAllen J. Aksamit Jr.: 63. Jennifer A. Tracy: Syndromic Approach to Neuroinfectious Diseases64. Michel Toledano and Allen J. Aksamit Jr.: DNA and RNA Viral Infections of the Nervous System65. Michel Toledano and Allen J. Aksamit Jr.: Retroviral Infections of the Nervous System66. Mark N. Rubin and Allen J. Aksamit Jr.: Bacterial Infections of the Nervous System67. Johbn W. Wilson: Fungal Infections of the Central Nervous System68. Shamir Haji and Allen J. Aksamit Jr.: Parasitic Infections of the Central Nervous System69. Jeremy K. Cutsforth-Gregory and Allen J. Aksamit Jr.: Prion Disorders: Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease and Related DisordersQuestions and AnswersSection XII: Pediatric NeurologyLilly C. Wong-Kisiel: 70. Lilly C. Wong-Kisiel: Malformation of the Brain, Skull, and Spine71. Katherine C. Nickels: Neurologic Development and Developmental Disabilities72. Gesina F. Keating: Neurocutaneous Disorders73. Deborah L. Renaud: Neurometabolic Disorders Associated With Disturbances of Small Molecule Metabolism74. Radhika Dhamija and Lily C. Wong-Kisiel: Lysosomal Storage Disorders75. Deborah L. Renaud: Inherited Leukoencephalopathies76. Radhika Dhamija and Ralitza Gavrilova: Mitochondrial DiseaseQuestions and AnswersSection XIII: Neurologic Complications of Medical DiseasesNeeraj Kumar: 77. Sara E. Hocker: Electrolyte Disturbance and Acid-Base Imbalance78. Brent P. Goodman: Neurologic Complications of Nutritional Disorders79. William D. Freeman: Endocrine Disease80. William D. Freeman: Neurologic Complications of Cardiac, Pulmonary, Renal, Hepatobiliary, and Hematologic Disease81. Sara E. Hocker: Intoxications and Nontraumatic Neurologic Injury82. Deena m. Nasr and Lyell K. Jones Jr.: Neurology of PregnancyQuestions and AnswersSection XIV: Sleep DisordersPablo R. Castillo: 83. Pablo R. Castillo and Michael F. Presti: Polysomnography and Other Sleep Testing84. Pablo R. Castillo: Neuropharmacology of Sleep85. Vichaya Arunthari and Mara Cvejic: Clinical Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders86. Vichaya Arunthari and Mara Cvejic: Hypersomnias and Sleep-Related Movement Disorders87. Vichaya Arunthari: Circadian Disorders, Insomnia, and Parasomnias88. Mara Cvejic: Sleep Disorders in Infants and ChildrenQuestions and AnswersSection XV: Neurology in Clinical PracticeLyell K. Jones Jr.: 89. Jimmy R. Fulgham: Neuroethics90. Mark C. Lee: Interpersonal and Communication Skills91. Lyell K. Jones Jr.: Guide to Maintenance of CertificationQuestions and AnswersIndex/FMCT:CONT

Editorial Reviews

"Striking the perfect balance between comprehensive and concise, this book is a must-have for Neurology Board preparation. No other neurology review is so logically organized, well-written, or supplemented with such illustrative figures. Whether testing for the first time or recertifying,look no further: the Mayo Clinic Neurology Board Review will be an invaluable resource." --Jeffrey McClean II, MD, Assistant Professor of Neurology, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD