Oxford Textbook of Sleep Disorders

Hardcover | June 25, 2017

EditorSudhansu Chokroverty, Luigi Ferini-Strambi

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There has been a rapid global increase in the number of individuals making sleep medicine their career, resulting in an explosive growth in the number of sleep centres and programmes, as well as an increasing number of sleep societies and journals. Part of the Oxford Textbooks in ClinicalNeurology series, the Oxford Textbook of Sleep Disorders covers the rapid advances in scientific, technical, clinical, and therapeutic aspects of sleep medicine which have captivated sleep scientists and clinicians. This text aims to introduce sleep disorders within the context of classicalneurological diseases, giving an in-depth coverage of the topic in a logical and orderly way, while emphasizing the practical aspects in a succinct and lucid manner.Divided into 12 sections, this book begins by discussing the basic science (Section 1), before moving onto the laboratory evaluation (Section 2) and the clinical science (Section 3). The remainder of the book focuses on specific sleep disorders (Sections 4-12), from insomnias and parasomnias tosleep neurology and sleep and psychiatric disorders. Chapters are supplemented by tables, case reports, and illustrations intended to succinctly provide relevant information in a practical manner for diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, while always emphasizingclinical-behavioural-laboratory correlations.

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There has been a rapid global increase in the number of individuals making sleep medicine their career, resulting in an explosive growth in the number of sleep centres and programmes, as well as an increasing number of sleep societies and journals. Part of the Oxford Textbooks in ClinicalNeurology series, the Oxford Textbook of Sleep D...

Sudhansu Chokroverty is Professor and Director of Sleep Research at the JFK Neuroscience Institute, Edison, NJ, USA; Professor of Neuroscience at Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, USA; and Clinical Professor of Neurology at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ, USA. His research interests include Blink r...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:608 pages, 10.87 × 8.62 × 0.01 inPublished:June 25, 2017Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Section 1: Basic science1. James T. McKenna and Robert W. McCarley: Introduction to basic science2. Sudhansu Chokroverty and Sushanth Bhat: An overview of sleep medicine: History, definition, sleep patterns and architecture3. Pierre-Herve Luppi, Olivier Clement, Christelle Peyron, and Patrice Fort: Neurobiology of REM sleep4. Barbara E. Jones: Neuro-anatomical, -chemical and -physiological bases of waking and sleeping5. Alexandra Sousek and Mehdi Tafti: The genetics of sleep6. Sudhansu Chokroverty and Sushanth Bhat: Physiological changes in sleepSection 2: Laboratory evaluation7. Nic Butkow: Polysomnography: Technique and indications8. Marco De Los Santos and Max Hirshkowitz: Scoring of sleep stages, breathing, and arousals9. Fabio Pizza and Carlo Cipolli: Other sleep laboratory procedures (MSLT, MWT, Actigraphy)10. Michela Figorilli, Monica Puligheddu, and Raffaele Ferri: Scoring guidelines (Sleep-related movements)11. Pierre Maquet and Julien Fanielle: Neuroimaging in normal sleep and sleep disordersSection 3: Clinical science: General introduction12. Jennifer-Ann Liebenthal and Christian Guilleminault: Clinical sleep medicine: an introduction13. Michael Thorpy: Classification of sleep disordersSection 4: Hypersomnias14. Gert Jan Lammers: Narcolepsy with cataplexy15. Michel Billiard and Yves Dauvilliers: Idiopathic hypersomnia, Kleine-Levin syndrome and symptomatic hypersomnias16. Cristina Embid and Josep M. Montserrat: Obstructive sleep apnea and upper airway resistance syndrome17. Dirk Pevernagie: Positive airway pressure therapy18. Mithri R. Junna, Bernardo J. Selim, and Timothy I. Morgenthaler: Central sleep apnea and hypoventilation syndromesSection 5: Insomnias19. Simon D. Kyle and Colin A. Espie: Insomnias: Classification, evaluation and pathophysiology20. Elisabeth Hertenstein, Christoph Nissen, and Dieter Riemann: Pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments of insomniaSection 6: Circadian rhythm disorders21. Vivek Pillai and Christopher L. Drake: Shift work sleep disorder and jet lag22. Guy Warman and Josephine Arendt: Advanced, delayed, free-running and irregular sleep-wake rhythm disordersSection 7: Sleep neurology23. Alessandro Gradassi and Federica Provini: Sleep related movement disorders24. Luigi Ferini-Strambi and Sara Marelli: Restless legs syndrome25. Elisaveta Sokolov and K. Ray Chaudhuri: An overview of sleep dysfunction in Parkinson's disease26. Raffaele Manni and Michele Terzaghi: Sleep disorders in neurodegenerative diseases other than Parkinson's disease and multiple system atrophy27. Mark Eric Dyken, Kyoung Bin Im, George B. Richerson, and Deborah C. Lin-Dyken: Sleep and stroke28. Lino Nobili, Paola Proserpio, Steve Gibbs, and Giuseppe Plazzi: Sleep and epilepsy29. Giovanna Calandra-Buonaura and Pietro Cortelli: Autonomic dysfunction and sleep disorders30. Katerina Sajgalikova, Erik K. St. Louis, and Peter Gay: Neuromuscular disorders and sleep31. Pradeep Sahota and Niranjan N. Singh: Sleep in other neurological disorders - Headache32. Christian R. Baumann: Sleep after traumatic brain injury33. Luigi Ferini-Strambi and Sara Marelli: Sleep disorders in multiple sclerosis34. Mark Solms: Sleep and dreams: A clinical neurological perspective35. Paul J. Reading: Neurological diseases and their effects on the sleep-wake cycle36. Sushanth Bhat and Sudhansu Chokroverty: Clinical and neurophysiological aspects of fatigue37. Molly E. Zimmerman and Mark S. Aloia: Role of positive pressure therapy on sleep-disordered breathing and cognition in the elderlySection 8: Parasomnias38. Ronald B. Postuma: REM sleep behaviour disorder39. Caterina Ferri, Maria Turchese Caletti, and Federica Provini: Non-REM and other parasomniasSection 9: Sleep and medical disorders40. Winfried J. Randerath and Shahrokh Javaheri: Sleep and heart41. Sandrine H. Launois and Patrick Levy: Pulmonary disorders and sleep42. William C. Orr: Gastrointestinal functioning during sleep43. Giorgos K. Sakkas and Christoforos D. Giannaki: Sleep in chronic renal insufficiency44. Axel Steiger: Sleep in endocrine disorders45. Gerald Weinhouse: Sleep in other medical disorders46. Gilles J. Lavigne, Samar Khoury, Caroline Arbour, and Nadia Gosselin: Sleep and pain: Interactions and syndromesSection 10: Sleep and psychiatric disorders47. Susan Mackie and John W. Winkelman: Depression and anxiety disorders48. Sara Dallaspezia and Francesco Benedetti: Sleep in other psychiatric disordersSection 11: Sleep in children, older adults and women49. Suresh Kotagal and Julie M. Baughn: Childhood sleep-wake disorders50. Rosalia Silvestri: Sleep in older adults51. Milena Pavlova: Sleep and its disorders in womenSection 12: Miscellaneous sleep-related topics52. Michel A. Cramer Bornemann and Mark R. Pressman: Violent parasomnias and sleep forensics53. Sergio Garbarino: Morbidity, mortality, societal impact and accident in sleep disorders54. Yvonne Nussbaumer-Ochsner and Konrad E. Bloch: Sleep in high altitude and space travel