Principles and Practice of Movement Disorders provides the complete, expert guidance you need to diagnose and manage these challenging conditions. Drs. Stanley Fahn, Joseph Jankovic and Mark Hallett explore all facets of these disorders, including the latest rating scales for clinical research, neurochemistry, clinical pharmacology, genetics, clinical trials, and experimental therapeutics. This edition features many new full-color images, additional coverage of pediatric disorders, updated Parkinson information, and many other valuable updates. An accompanying Expert Consult website makes the content fully searchable and contains several hundred video clips that illustrate the manifestations of all the movement disorders in the book along with their differential diagnoses.
- Get just the information you need for a clinical approach to diagnosis and management, with minimal emphasis on basic science.
- Find the answers you need quickly and easily thanks to a reader-friendly full-color format, with plentiful diagrams, photographs, and tables.
New To This Edition:
- Apply the latest advances to diagnosis and treatment of pediatric movement disorders, Parkinson disease, and much more.
- View the characteristic presentation of each disorder with a complete collection of professional-quality, narrated videos online.
- Better visualize every concept with new full-color illustrations throughout.
- Search the complete text online, follow links to PubMed abstracts, and download all of the illustrations, at www.expertconsult.com.
Table of Contents:
Section I: Overview
1. Clinical overview and phenomenology of movement disorders
2. Motor control: Physiology of voluntary and involuntary movements
3. Functional neuroanatomy of the basal ganglia
Section II: Hypokinetic disorders
4. Parkinsonism: Clinical features and differential diagnosis
5. Current concepts on the etiology and pathogenesis of Parkinson disease
6. Medical treatment of Parkinson disease
7. Surgical treatment of Parkinson disease and other movement disorders
8. Nonmotor problems in Parkinson disease
9. Atypical parkinsonism, parkinsonism-plus syndromes, and secondary parkinsonian disorders
10. Gait disorders: Pathophysiology and clinical syndromes
11. Stiffness syndromes
Section III: Hyperkinetic disorders
12. Dystonia: Phenomenology, classification, etiology, pathology, biochemistry,
13. Treatment of dystonia
14. Huntington disease
15. Chorea, ballism, and athetosis
16. Tics and Tourette syndrome
19. The tardive syndromes: Phenomenology, concepts on pathophysiology and treatment, and other neuroleptic-induced syndromes
20. Myoclonus: Phenomenology, etiology, physiology, and treatment
21. Ataxia: Pathophysiology and clinical syndromes
22. The paroxysmal dyskinesias
23. Restless legs and peripheral movement disorders
24. Wilson disease
25. Psychogenic movement disorders: Phenomenology, diagnosis, and treatment
By Stanley Fahn, MD, Professor of Neurology, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, Neurological Institute, New York, USA; Joseph Jankovic, MD, Distinguished Chair in Movement Disorders, Professor of Neurology and Director, Parkinson's Disease Center and Movement Disorders Clinic, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX and Mark Hallett, MD, Chief, Human Motor Control Section, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA