Pediatric Neurology and Neuroradiology: Cerebral and Cranial Diseases by Claus DieblerPediatric Neurology and Neuroradiology: Cerebral and Cranial Diseases by Claus Diebler

Pediatric Neurology and Neuroradiology: Cerebral and Cranial Diseases

byClaus Diebler, Olivier DulacPreface byT.P. Naidich

Paperback | November 17, 2011

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This wonderful, profusely illustrated book provides a concise and thoughtful review of all the important diseases of the child's brain. The lesions are well organized into logical categories that help the reader to remember the information conveyed. The important features of each entity are discussed thoroughly. Data from the literature are documented by selected references and are clearly distinguished from the authors' personal experience. The gross pathology of each disease is illustrated by well selected, high quality CT scans and supporting neuroradiological studies. Each caption begins with the relevant clinical data, so the reader understands the clinical context in which the study was obtained. The caption then describes the specific CT features of the case, so the reader learns to interpret the images correctly to arrive at the final diagnosis. By this technique, the authors provide the reader with a large experience in all aspects of pediatric cranial CT and teach him to distinguish properly among the diverse disease states. The authors must be congratulated for their excellence and their me­ ticulous attention to detail. They have written an important book that brings together the fields of pediatric neurology and pediatric cranial CT, enhancing both. This volume is a necessary addition to the personal and professional libraries of all physicians who care for children: pediatri­ cians, neurologists, neurosurgeons and radiologists. I feel I am a better physician for having read this text.
Title:Pediatric Neurology and Neuroradiology: Cerebral and Cranial DiseasesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:408 pagesPublished:November 17, 2011Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1 Cerebral and Cranial Malformations.- 1.1 Malformations of the Corpus Callosum.- 1.1.1 Etiology.- 1.1.2 Associated Malformations.- 1.1.3 Clinical Appearance of Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum.- 1.2 Prosencephaly: Arhinencephaly.- 1.3 Absence of the Septum Pellucidum.- 1.3.1 Septo-Optic Dysplasia.- 1.3.2 Septal Agenesis with Porencephalies and Heterotopias.- 1.4 Malformations of the Cerebral Cortex.- 1.4.1 Agyria-Pachygyria.- 1.4.2 Walker or HARD ± E Syndrome.- 1.4.3 Congenital Muscular Dystrophy with Involvement of the Central Nervous System.- 1.4.4 Cerebrohepatorenal Syndrome of Zellweger.- 1.5 Congenital Obstruction of the Aqueduct of Sylvius.- 1.6 Cleland-Chiari Malformation.- 1.7 Dandy-Walker Syndrome.- 1.8 Cerebellar Hypoplasia.- 1.9 Cephaloceles.- 1.9.1 Sphenoidal Cephaloceles.- 1.9.2 Frontoethmoidal Cephaloceles.- 1.9.3 Occipital Cephaloceles.- 1.9.4 Parietal Cephaloceles.- 1.10 Malformative Intracranial Cysts.- 1.10.1 Arachnoid Cysts.- 1.10.2 Other Malformative Intracranial Cysts.- 1.11 Hamartoma of the Tuber Cinereum.- 1.12 Benign External Hydrocephalus.- 1.13 Primary Megalencephaly.- 2 Neurocutaneous Syndromes.- 2.1 Neurofibromatosis.- 2.1.1 Optic Gliomas.- 2.1.2 Hemispheric and Basal Ganglia Tumors.- 2.1.3 Neurinomas and Meningiomas.- 2.1.4 Macrocrania.- 2.1.5 Hydrocephalus Resulting from Stenosis of the Aqueduct.- 2.1.6 Cranial Neurofibromas.- 2.1.7 Buphthalmos.- 2.1.8 Osseous Dysplasia.- 2.2 Tuberous Sclerosis.- 2.3 Sturge-Weber Syndrome.- 2.4 Incontinentia Pigmenti.- 2.5 Nevus Linearis Sebaceus Syndrome.- 2.6 Encephalocraniocutaneous Lipomatosis.- 2.7 Hypomelanosis of Itô (Incontinentia Pigmenti Achromians).- 2.8 Neurocutaneous Melanosis.- 2.9 Nevoid Basal Cell Carcinoma Syndrome.- 2.10 Facial Nevi Associated with Anomalous Venous Return and Hydrocephalus.- 3 Inherited Metabolic Diseases.- 3.1 Diseases with Basal Ganglia Lesions.- 3.1.1 Huntington's Disease.- 3.1.2 Wilson's Disease or Hepatolenticular Degeneration.- 3.1.3 Leigh's Disease or Necrotizing Encephalomyelo-pathy.- 3.2 Poliodystrophies.- 3.2.1 Alpers' Syndrome.- 3.2.2 Menkes' Disease or Trichopoliodystrophy.- 3.2.3 Ceroid Lipofuscinosis.- 3.3 Infantile Neuroaxonal Dystrophy.- 3.4 Lafora's Disease.- 3.5 Leukodystrophies.- 3.5.1 Sudanophilic Leukodystrophy.- 3.5.2 Krabbe's Disease or Globoid Cell Leukodystrophy.- 3.5.3 Metachromatic Leukodystrophy.- 3.5.4 Adrenoleukodystrophy.- 3.5.5 Cerebrotendinous Xanthomatosis.- 3.5.6 Alexander's Disease.- 3.5.7 Spongy Degeneration of the Cerebral White Matter or van Bogaert-Canavan Disease.- 3.6 Kearns-Sayre Syndrome.- 3.7 Mucopolysaccharidosis.- 3.8 Ataxia-Telangiectasia.- 4 Infectious Diseases of the Central Nervous System.- Bacterial Infections.- 4.1 Neonatal Leptomeningitis.- 4.2 Bacterial Leptomeningitis in Infancy and Childhood.- 4.3 Intracranial Tuberculosis.- 4.4 Intracranial Suppuration.- Viral Infections and Diseases of Presumed Viral Origin.- 4.5 Viral Encephalitis.- 4.5.1 Acute Leukoencephalitis.- 4.5.2 Acute Hemorrhagic Leukoencephalitis.- 4.5.3 Brain Stem Encephalitis.- 4.5.4 Focal Encephalitis with Epilepsia Partialis Continua.- 4.4.5 Herpes Simplex Virus Encephalitis.- 4.5.6 Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis.- 4.5.7 Congenital Cytomegalovirus Infection.- 4.5.8 Congenital Rubella.- 4.5.9 Parainfectious Acute Obstructive Hydrocephalus.- 4.5.10 Guillain-Barré Syndrome.- 4.5.11 Multiple Sclerosis.- Parasitic Diseases.- 4.6 Toxoplasmosis.- 4.7 Cerebral Hydatid Cyst.- 4.8 Cysticercosis.- 5 Vascular Disorders.- 5.1 Prenatal and Perinatal Cerebral Lesions of Circulatory Origin.- 5.1.1 Prenatal Cerebral Lesions of Circulatory Origin.- 5.1.2 Perinatal Cerebral Lesions of Circulatory Origin.- 5.1.2.1 Predominantly Ischemic Lesions.- 5.1.2.2 Predominantly Hemorrhagic Lesions.- 5.1.3 Cerebral Sequelae of Prenatal and Perinatal Circulatory Brain Lesions with Delayed Clinical Manifestations.- 5.2 Postnatal Vascular Obstruction.- 5.2.1 Arterial Obstruction.- 5.2.1.1 Congenital Heart Disease.- 5.2.1.2 Moyamoya Syndrome.- 5.2.1.3 Fibromuscular Dysplasia.- 5.2.1.4 Complications of Arterial Catheterization.- 5.2.1.5 Arterial Occlusion Secondary to Intracranial Tumors.- 5.2.1.6 Delayed Hypoxic Encephalopathy.- 5.2.1.7 Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, "Near-Miss" Syndrome.- 5.2.2 Thrombosis of the Cerebral Veins.- 5.2.3 Diseases with Obstruction of the Cerebral Capillaries.- 5.2.3.1 Hemolytic-Uremic Syndrome.- 5.2.3.2 Sickle Cell Anemia.- 5.2.3.3 Schönlein-Henoch Syndrome.- 5.3 Cranial and Cerebral Vascular Malformations.- 5.3.1 Arteriovenous Malformations.- 5.3.1.1 Aneurysms of the Vein of Galen.- 5.3.1.2 Arteriovenous Malformations (Sensu Strictu).- 5.3.1.3 Cavernous Hemangiomas.- 5.3.1.4 Intracranial Venous Malformations.- 5.3.2 Intracranial Aneurysms.- 5.3.3 Craniofacial Capillary Hemangiomas.- 6 Intracranial Tumors.- 6.1 Posterior Fossa Tumors.- 6.1.1 Medulloblastoma.- 6.1.2 Ependymoma.- 6.1.3 Cerebellar Astrocytoma.- 6.1.4 Dermoid Cyst.- 6.1.5 Rare Tumors of the Cerebellum and Fourth Ventricle.- 6.1.6 Tumors of the Brain Stem.- 6.1.7 Meningeal Gliomatosis.- 6.1.8 Chordoma.- 6.1.9 Neurinoma (Schwannoma).- 6.2 Tumors of the Region of the Third Ventricle and the Region of the Sella Turcica.- 6.2.1 Tumors of the Pineal Region.- 6.2.2 Gliomas of the Region of the Third Ventricle.- 6.2.3 Craniopharyngioma.- 6.2.4 Pituitary Adenoma.- 6.2.5 Rare Tumors of the Sphenoidal and Sellar Region.- 6.3 Tumors of the Cerebral Hemispheres.- 6.3.1 Tumors of the Basal Ganglia.- 6.3.2 Choroid Plexus Papilloma.- 6.3.3 Ependymoma.- 6.3.4 Astrocytoma.- 6.3.5 Oligodendroglioma.- 6.3.6 Meningeal Tumors.- 6.3.7 Intracranial Metastases of Extracranial Tumors.- 6.4 Orbital Tumors.- 6.4.1 Ocular Tumors.- 6.4.2 Intraconal Tumors.- 6.4.3 Intra- and Extraconal Tumors.- 6.4.4 Extraconal Tumors.- 6.4.5 Preseptal Tumors.- 7 Cranial Trauma.- 7.1 Physiopathology of the Cerebral Lesions.- 7.1.1 Lesions due to the Impact on the Brain.- 7.1.2 Lesions Resulting from Hemorrhage.- 7.2 Clinical and Radiologic Aspects of Head Trauma in Infancy and Childhood.- 7.2.1 Immediate Post-traumatic Period.- 7.2.2 Delayed Complications.- 7.2.3 Long Term Complications and Sequelae.- 8 Miscellaneous.- 8.1 Osseous Dysplasias.- 8.1.1 Craniosynostosis.- 8.1.2 Cranial Fibrous Dysplasia.- 8.1.3 Osteopetrosis (Albers-Schönberg's Disease).- 8.1.4 Craniometaphyseal Dysplasia.- 8.1.5 Generalized Cortical Hyperostosis (Van Buchem's Disease).- 8.1.6 Achondroplasia.- 8.1.7 Atlanto-Occipital Malformations.- 8.2 Histiocytosis X.- 8.3 Iatrogenic Diseases.- 8.3.1 Neurologic Manifestations of Leukemias and Lymphosarcoma and Their Treatment.- 8.4 Radionecrosis.- 8.5 Review of Various Symptoms and Syndromes in Infancy and Childhood.- 8.5.1 Seizures.- 8.5.2 Dystonia.- 8.5.3 Macrocephaly and Hydrocephalus.