The Behavioral Neurology Of Dementia 2nd Ed.

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Bruce L. Miller, Bradley F. Boeve
Cambridge University Press
Fecha Publicacion
12 nov. 2016
This new edition of The Behavioral Neurology of Dementia provides clinicians and researchers with the latest research findings written by the leading dementia experts. With chaptersranging from cognitive evaluation to imaging, and genetics and pathology to treatment, the detailed clinical descriptions of diseases and symptoms serve not only as an educational tool fortrainees, but also as an opportunity for experienced clinicians to deepen their knowledge and better serve their patients. After years of little progress, the pace of discovery has beenspeeding up in the last decade, and the authors distil the most valuable discoveries into clear, insightful chapters with applicable information. All the chapters from the first edition have beenrefreshed with new text and figures. There are new chapters on autoimmune antibody-associated encephalopathy; chronic traumatic encephalopathy; and sleep issues in dementia. ◾Describes thelatestresearchfindings in thedementiafield - informationis up to date and engagingforhealthcareprofessionals ◾Thenumber of peopleaffectedbydementiaisincreasingrapidly - thisbookprovides a resourceforanyonewhoseespatientswithdementiatoaidaccurate diagnosis and management ◾Thechapterauthors are leaders in theirfield - thequality of theresearch and evaluation of the data in thisbookisunparalleled in thattheauthors are speakingfromfirsthandknowledge of the data and patientsinvolved Table of contents Preface 1. Dementia at the bedside Bradley F. Boeve and Bruce L. Miller 2. Neuropsychiatry of dementia Chiadi U. Onyike and Peter V. Rabins 3. Neuroimaging in dementia Karen Misquitta, Howard Rosen and Maria Carmela Tartaglia 4. Epidemiology and risk-factors for dementia Kristine Yaffe and Adina Zeki Al Hazzouri 5. Genetic approaches to neurodegenerative disease Leonel T. Takada 6. Animal models of dementia Erik D. Roberson and Aimee W. Kao 7. Neuropathology of dementia Eun-Joo Kim, Sarat Vatsavayai and William W. Seeley 8. Alzheimer's disease Brandy R. Matthews 9. Frontotemporal dementia Shirley Y. Pang and Bruce L. Miller 10. Primary progressive aphasia M. Marsel Mesulam 11. The non-fluent/agrammatic variant of primary progressive aphasia Murray Grossman 12. Semantic dementia (semantic variant primary progressive aphasia) John R. Hodges, Sharon Savage and Karalyn E. Patterson 13. Logopenic variant of primary progressive aphasia Peter Pressman and Maria Luisa Gorno-Tempini 14. The cognitive neurology of corticobasal degeneration and progressive supranuclear palsy Carolyn A. Fredericks and Suzee E. Lee 15. Amnestic mild cognitive impairment Christopher Butler and Samrah Ahmed 16. Non-amnestic mild cognitive impairment Julio C. Rojas and Brianne M. Bettcher 17. Early clinical features of the Parkinsonian-related dementias Maya Katz, Peter Pressman and Bradley F. Boeve 18. The Lewy body dementias Richard R. Murphy and James B. Leverenz 19. Cognitive and behavioral abnormalities of vascular cognitive impairment Jee Hyang Jeong, Eun-Joo Kim, Sang Won Seo and Duk L. Na 20. CADASIL: a genetic model of arteriolar degeneration, white matter injury, and dementia in later life Danielle Cabral, Michelle L. Mellion, Stephen P. Salloway, Thea Brennan-Krohn, Stephen Correia and Suzanne delaMonte 21. Jakob–Creutzfeldt disease and other prion diseases Michael D. Geschwind and Serggio Lanata 22. Autoimmune antibody-associated encephalopathy and dementia syndromes Michael D. Geschwind and Carolyn A. Fredericks 23. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy Raquel C. Gardner and David C. Perry 24. Treatment of Alzheimer's disease Po-Heng Tsai and Jeffrey L. Cummings 25. Cognitive disorders of the very old Victor Valcour and Kamal Masaki 26. Delirium masquerading as dementia S. Andrew Josephson 27. Sleep issues in dementia Bradley F. Boeve Index
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