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

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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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book-author

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

publisher

Oxford University Press; 2nd Edition

file-type

PDF

pages

260 pages

language

English

asin

B01N3AP7JK

isbn10

190607556

isbn13

9780190607555


Book Description

Part of the “What Do I Do Now?” series; Movement Disorders 2nd edition (PDF) uses 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. Each chapter provides a discussion of the diagnosis; key points to remember; and selected references for further reading. For this 2nd edition; all references and cases have been updated and 15 new cases have been added including Dementia with Lewy Bodies; Botulinum Toxin; Fragile X Tremor Ataxia Syndrome; Genetic testing in Parkinson’s disease; Catatonia; and Serotonin Syndrome. Movement Disorders 2e is an engaging collection of thought-provoking cases which clinicians can use when they encounter difficult patients. This volume is also a self-assessment tool that tests the reader’s ability to answer the question; “What do I do now?”

 

Additional information

book-author

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

publisher

Oxford University Press; 2nd Edition

file-type

PDF

pages

260 pages

language

English

asin

B01N3AP7JK

isbn10

190607556

isbn13

9780190607555

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 —
pt. II ATYPICAL PARKINSONISM —
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 —
pt. III OTHER GAIT DISORDERS —
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 —
pt. V OTHER MOVEMENT DISORDERS —
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 —
pt. VI MOVEMENT DISORDER EMERGENCIES —
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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