Oxford Textbook of Clinical Neurophysiology by Kerry R. MillsOxford Textbook of Clinical Neurophysiology by Kerry R. Mills

Oxford Textbook of Clinical Neurophysiology

EditorKerry R. Mills

Hardcover | December 24, 2016

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Part of the iOxford Textbooks in Clinical Neurology series, the Oxford Textbook of Clinical Neurophysiology includes sections that provide a summary of the basic science underlying neurophysiological techniques, a description of the techniques themselves, including normal values, and adescription of the use of the techniques in clinical situations. Much of diagnostic neurophysiology is essentially pattern recognition which is illustrated throughout the text using audio and video examples. Divided into four key sections, this book begins with the scientific basis of clinical neurophysiology (Section 1) before exploring specific techniques including Electromyography, Intracranial EEG recordings, and Magnetoencephalography (Section 2). The final two sections explore clinical aspects ofboth the peripheral nervous system (Section 3) and the central nervous system (Section 4).
Kerry R. Mills is Professor of Clinical Neurophysiology and Honorary Consultant Clinical Neurophysiologist, King's College Hospital, as well as Honorary Consultant Clinical Neurophysiologist at Guy's Hospital, London. He is also Honorary Professor at the University of Thessaloniki and he was formerly Professor of Clinical Neurophysiolo...
Title:Oxford Textbook of Clinical NeurophysiologyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:512 pages, 10.87 × 8.62 × 0 inPublished:December 24, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Section 1: Scientific basis of clinical neurophysiology1. Machiel J. Zwarts: Nerve, muscle and neuromuscular junction2. David Burke and James Howells: The motor unit3. David Burke: Motor control: Spinal and cortical mechanisms4. John G. R. Jefferys: Cortical activity: Single cell, cell assemblages and networks5. Dick F. Stegemann and Michel J. A. M. van Putten: Recording of neural signals, neural activation and signal processingSection 2: Techniques of clinical neurophysiology6. Jun Kimura: Nerve conduction studies7. Erik Stalberg: Electromyography8. Anders Fuglsang-Frederiksen, Kirsten Pugdahl, and Hatice Tankisi: Quantitative EMG9. Susanna B. Park, Cindy S-Y Lin, and Matthew C. Kiernan: Axonal excitability: Molecular basis and assessment in the clinic10. Josep Valls-Sole: Reflex studies11. Michalis Koutroumanidis, Dimitrios Sakellariou, and Vasiliki Tsirka: Electroencephalography12. Gonzalo Alarcon and Antonio Valentin: Intracranial EEG recordings13. Paul L. Furlong, Elaine Foley, Caroline Witton, and Stefano Seri: Magnetoencephalography14. Kerry R. Mills: Transcranial magnetic stimulation15. Helmut Buchner: Evoked potentials16. Zenobia Zaiwalla and Roo Killick: Polysomnography and other investigations for sleep disorders17. Adrian J. Fowle: Clinical neurophysiology of the pelvic floorSection 3: Clinical aspects: peripheral nervous system18. Kerry R. Mills: The clinical approach to neurophysiology19. Jeremy D. P. Bland: Focal neuropathies20. Hessel Franssen: Generalised peripheral neuropathies21. Kerry R. Mills: Disorders of single nerves, roots and plexuses22. Mamede de Carvalho and Michael Swash: Neurophysiology in ALS and other motor degenerations23. Donald B. Sanders: Clinical aspects of neuromuscular junction disorders24. Robin P. Kennett and Sidra Aurangzeb: Primary muscle diseases25. Matthew Pitt: Paediatric conditions26. V. Peter Misra and Santiago Catania: EMG guided botulinum toxin therapySection 4: Clinical aspects: central nervous system27. Friederike Moeller, Ronit M. Pressler, and J. Helen Cross: Genetic generalized epilepsy28. Tim Wehner, Kanjana Unnwongse, and Beate Diehl: Focal epilepsy29. Shane Delamont: Syncope30. Matthew C. Walker: Convulsive and non-convulsive status epilepticus31. Robert Elwes: Presurgical evaluation for epilepsy surgery32. Michalis Koutroumanidis and Robin Howard: Encephalopathy, CNS infections and coma33. Gonzalo Alarcon, Marian Lazaro, and Antonio Valentin: Migraine, stroke and cerebral ischaemia34. Sushma Goyal: Electroclinical features of paediatric conditions35. Zenobia Zaiwalla and Roo Killick: Sleep disorders36. Marc R. Nuwer: Intraoperative monitoring