Health Reference Series: Movement Disorders Source Book

Editor: Mullin, Greg
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Single-User Purchase Price: $95.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $142.50
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1609-1
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 9
Book Status: Available
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Movement Disorders Sourcebook, Third Edition provides information about the common types and symptoms of movement disorders in children and adults. The Sourcebook details the causes and treatments of Parkinson disease and provides information on other hypokinetic movement disorders, such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, myasthenia, myoclonus, spina bifida, and spinal cord injury.

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Table of Contents

    • Preface
    • Part I: Introduction to Movement Disorders
    • Chapter 1— Anatomy of the Brain: How the Brain Controls the Body's Movements
    • Chapter 2— Bones, Muscles, and Joints: What They Do and How They Move
    • Chapter 3— Types of Movement Disorders
    • Chapter 4— Common Symptoms of Movement Disorders
    • Section 4.1—Ataxia
    • Section 4.2—Spasticity
    • Section 4.3— Stiffness, Cramps, and Twitching
    • Section 4.4—Tremor
    • Chapter 5— Drugs for Movement Disorders
    • Part II: Parkinson Disease
    • Chapter 6— Understanding Parkinson Disease (PD)
    • Chapter 7— Sleep Disorders in Parkinson Disease
    • Chapter 8— The Genetics of PD
    • Chapter 9— Pain in PD
    • Chapter 10— PD: Treatments and Research
    • Section 10.1— All about PD Treatments and Research Developments
    • Section 10.2— VA Research on Parkinson Disease
    • Section 10.3— Scientists Find a Role for Parkinson Gene in the Brain
    • Section 10.4— Stem Cells in PD Treatment
    • Chapter 11— Deep Brain Stimulation for PD
    • Chapter 12— Complementary and Alternative Medicine for PD
    • Chapter 13— Nutrition and PD
    • Section 13.1— Eating Right If You Have PD
    • Section 13.2— Swallowing Problems Sometimes Associated with PD
    • Chapter 14— Exercise and Physical Activity for Parkinson Disease
    • Chapter 15— Driving and PD
    • Chapter 16— Employment with PD
    • Chapter 17— Caring for PD Patients
    • Part III: Other Hypokinetic Movement Disorders: Slowed or Absent Movements
    • Chapter 18— Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
    • Chapter 19— Cerebellar or Spinocerebellar Degeneration
    • Section 19.1— Ataxia-Telangiectasia (AT)
    • Section 19.2— Friedreich Ataxia
    • Section 19.3— Machado-Joseph Disease
    • Chapter 20— Cerebral Palsy
    • Chapter 21— Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease
    • Chapter 22— Muscular Dystrophy
    • Chapter 23— Multiple Sclerosis
    • Chapter 24—Myasthenia
    • Section 24.1— Myasthenia Gravis
    • Section 24.2— Congenital Myasthenia Syndrome (CMS)
    • Chapter 25— Myoclonus
    • Chapter 26— Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) .
    • Chapter 27— Rett Syndrome
    • Chapter 28— Spina Bifida
    • Chapter 29— Spinal Cord Injury and Disease
    • Chapter 30— Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA)
    • Chapter 31— Other Types of Hypokinetic Movement Disorders
    • Section 31.1— Corticobasal Degeneration
    • Section 31.2— Multiple System Atrophy
    • Section 31.3— Postpolio Syndrome
    • Section 31.4— Stiff Person Syndrome (SPS)
    • Part IV: Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders: Excessive or Unwanted Movements
    • Chapter 32—Dystonia
    • Section 32.1— Facts about Dystonias
    • Section 32.2—Blepharospasm
    • Section 32.3— Cervical Dystonia
    • Section 32.4— Hemifacial Spasm
    • Section 32.5— Laryngeal Spasm
    • Section 32.6—Myoclonus-Dystonia
    • Chapter 33— Tremor Disorders
    • Section 33.1— Facts about Tremors
    • Section 33.2— Essential Tremor: The Most Common Form of Tremor
    • Section 33.3— Fragile X Syndrome Causes Tremors
    • Chapter 34— Choreatic Disorders
    • Section 34.1— What Is Chorea?
    • Section 34.2— Sydenham Chorea
    • Section 34.3—Paroxysmal Choreoathetosis Disease
    • Section 34.4— Tardive Dyskinesia
    • Chapter 35— Huntington Disease (HD)
    • Section 35.1— All about Huntington Disease
    • Section 35.2— First Drug Treatment Approved for HD
    • Chapter 36— Neuroacanthocytosis and Neurodegeneration
    • Section 36.1—Neuroacanthocytosis
    • Section 36.2— Neurodegeneration with Brain Iron Accumulation
    • Chapter 37— Movement Disorders during Sleep
    • Section 37.1— Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)
    • Section 37.2— Periodic Limb Movement Disorder
    • Chapter 38— Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia (HSP)
    • Chapter 39— Tourette Syndrome (TS)
    • Chapter 40— Other Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders
    • Section 40.1— Angelman Syndrome
    • Section 40.2— Wilson Disease
    • Part V: Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Disorders
    • Chapter 41— Neurological Tests and Procedures Used to Diagnose Movement Disorders
    • Chapter 42— Working with Your Doctor
    • Chapter 43— Managing Spasticity
    • Chapter 44— Treating Spasticity in Children and Adolescents
    • Section 44.1— Surgical and Nonsurgical Treatment Options for Spasticity
    • Section 44.2— Assistive Technology for Managing Spasticity
    • Chapter 45— Treating Tremor
    • Chapter 46— Dystonia Treatments
    • Chapter 47— Plasmapheresis May Be Used to Treat Movement Disorders .
    • Chapter 48— Physical Strategies for Improving Movement Disorder Symptoms
    • Section 48.1— Why Exercise Helps People with Movement Disorders
    • Section 48.2— Battling Parkinson with Yoga
    • Chapter 49— Vocal Fold Paralysis and Its Treatment
    • Chapter 50— Stem Cell Research for Neurological and Movement Disorders
    • Part VI: Living with Movement Disorders
    • Chapter 51— Long-Term Care .
    • Chapter 52— Prevention of Falls
    • Chapter 53— Dressing with Ease, Style, and Comfort
    • Chapter 54— Assistive Technology Can Help People with Movement Disorders Live More Independently
    • Chapter 55— Rehabilitation Engineering for Physical Functions
    • Chapter 56— Coping with Chronic Illness and Depression
    • Chapter 57— Parenting a Child with a Movement Disorder: Special Concerns
    • Section 57.1— Caring for a Child with Special Needs
    • Section 57.2— Bullying and Disability
    • Chapter 58— Caring for Someone with Disabilities
    • Chapter 59— Social Security Benefits for People with Disabilities .
    • Chapter 60— Legal Issues in Planning for Incapacity
    • Part VII: Clinical Trials and Research on Movement Disorders
    • Chapter 61— Introduction to Clinical Research
    • Chapter 62— Clinical Trials on Parkinson Disease
    • Section 62.1— Neural Correlates of Cognition in Parkinson Disease
    • Section 62.2— Motivational Interviewing and Physical Activity Change in Parkinson Disease
    • Section 62.3— Effect on Parkinson Disease after Therapeutic Induction of Craniosacral Integrated Therapy
    • Chapter 63— Daily and Weekly Rehabilitation Delivery for Young Children with Cerebral Palsy (DRIVE)
    • Chapter 64— Growth and Development of the Striatum in Huntington Disease (Kids-HD)
    • Chapter 65— Physical Telerehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis
    • Chapter 66— The Study of Skeletal Muscle Blood Flow in Becker Muscular Dystrophy
    • Chapter 67— Exploring the Brain's Relationship to Habits
    • Chapter 68— Space Technologies in the Rehabilitation of Movement Disorders
    • Part VIII: Additional Help and Information
    • Glossary of Terms Related to Movement Disorders
    • Chapter 70— Directory of Agencies That Provide Information about Movement