Movement Disorders (2nd Edition) – (What Do I Do Now)

Download Movement Disorders (2nd Edition) – (What Do I Do Now) written by Richard A. Walsh, Robertus M.A. De Bie, Susan H. Fox in PDF format. This book is under the category Medicine and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 190607556/9780190607555. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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Richard A. Walsh, Robertus M.A. De Bie, Susan H. Fox


Oxford University Press; 2nd Edition




260 pages









Book Description

Movement Disorders 2nd edition (PDF), which is a part of the “What Do I Do Now?” series, takes a case-based approach to cover common and important topics in the investigation, examination, and management of Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, gait disorders, and other movement disorders. This approach is taken with the Movement Disorders 2nd edition (PDF). A discussion of the diagnosis, important takeaways, and recommended next steps in terms of reading are included in each chapter. For this second edition, all of the references and cases have been brought up to date, and 15 new cases have been added. Some of the new cases are Dementia with Lewy Bodies, Fragile X Tremor Ataxia Syndrome, Catatonia, and Genetic Testing in Parkinson’s Disease. Movement Disorders, Second Edition is an interesting compilation of thought-provoking examples that physicians might refer to in the event that they work with challenging patients. This book also serves as an instrument for self-evaluation by challenging the reader to determine how well they can respond to the question “What do I do now?”

Table of contents

Table of contents :
Content: Machine generated contents note: pt. I PARKINSON’S DISEASE —
1. Smoothing out the Ups and Downs / A. Richard Walsh —
2.”He Wants It All the Time, Doctor” / M.A. Robertus de Bie —
3. Becoming a Little Forgetful / Marina Picillo —
4. Beyond Tremor, Slowness, and Stiffness / M.A. Robertus de Bie —
5. Is Now the Time …? / M.A. Robertus de Bie —
6. When Less Is More / A. Richard Walsh —
7.”Are My Children at Risk, Doctor?” / A. Richard Walsh —
8.”I Am Not Sure If I Should Do DaT” / A. Richard Walsh —
9. Parkinson’s Disease with an Unusual Tremor / A. Richard Walsh —
10. Falling All the Time / A. Richard Walsh —
11.”My Arm Is Not Working” / E.M. Susanne Ten Holter —
12.”I See Them Sitting on My Bed, Doctor” / Marina Picillo —
13.A New Loss of Order / A. Richard Walsh —
14. Falls / H. Susan Fox —
15. Siblings with Instability / A. Richard Walsh —
16. Parkinson’s Disease or Essential Tremor? / A. Richard Walsh. Note continued: pt. IV DYSTONIA —
17. Seizures and Shakes / H. Susan Fox —
18.A Tremor with an Abnormal Posture / E.M. Susanne Ten Holter —
19. Advanced Treatment in Dystonia / E.M. Susanne Ten Holter —
20. Twists and Turns / H. Susan Fox —
21. Delayed and Often Persistent / H. Susan Fox —
22. The Stand-Alone Tremor / M.A. Robertus de Bie —
23.”She Is So Fidgety” / E.M. Susanne Ten Holter —
24.”I Have Never Seen Anything Like It Before” / A. Richard Walsh —
25. Slow with an Altered Sensorium / A. Richard Walsh —
26.”It Has to Be Functional!” / A. Richard Walsh —
27. Could It Possibly Be …? / H. Susan Fox —
28.A Rapidly Progressive Movement Disorder / Marina Picillo —
29. Wakeful Unresponsiveness / H. Susan Fox —
30. An Iatrogenic Catatonia / M.A. Robertus de Bie —
31. Always Worth a Second Look / A. Richard Walsh.

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