Practical Neurology DVD Review

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José Biller
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005 - 266 páginas

Featuring 102 video clips of patients with diverse neurologic problems, this text/DVD package is a powerful educational tool for mastering the clinical practice of neurologic diagnosis. Through real-time videos of comprehensive neurologic examinations, the authors demonstrate the techniques and reasoning that lead to accurate diagnosis.

Each case begins with a patient history or vignette and then shows the neurologic examination, the signs and symptoms elicited, and photos from imaging or other studies. Concise text describes the examination, the findings, and the diagnosis. Also included are 250 multiple-choice questions cross-referenced to the videos and to Dr. Biller's Practical Neurology, Second Edition.

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NEUROMUSCULAR
1
Brachial Plexopathy ParsonageTurner Syndrome
8
Myasthenia Gravis
15
Wiii CONTENTS
19
Ischemic Myelopathy Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome
25
BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
31
Wernicke Aphasia Secondary to Left MCA Infarction
38
Alexia without Agraphia
44
Cerebral PalsyDystonia
92
Spinal MyoclonusCarcinoma of the Ovary
94
Palatal Myoclonus due to Medullary Infarction
95
Lacunar Hemichoreoathetosis
97
Paraneoplastic ChoreaSensory Neuronopathy
99
CONTENTS
101
Acute Dystonic Reaction
107
Hereditary Ataxia
113

Dementia Early Alzheimer Disease
51
Vertebrobasilar TIAs Basilar Artery Stenosis
57
Ataxic Hemiparesis due to Pontine Infarction
62
Left Internal Carotid Artery Dissection
64
Wallenberg Syndrome Secondary to Vertebral Artery Dissection
66
Multiple Cerebral Infarctions due to Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome
67
Pseudobulbar Palsy Multiple Strokes
69
Watershed Infarcts
70
Moyamoya Syndrome Associated with Down Syndrome
72
Takayasus Arteritis
74
Recurrent Facial Palsies VZV followed by Cerebral Infarction
76
Multiple Lobar Hemorrhages due to Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy
77
Pure Sensory Stroke due to Thalamic Hemorrhage
80
Superior Sagittal Sinus Thrombosis
82
EXTRAPYRAMIDAL CASE 45 Parkinsonian Tremor
85
Essential Tremor
86
Parkinsonian plus Essential Tremor
88
Parkinsons Disease
89
Torticollis
91
Spastic GaitDysarthria due to Primary Progressive
120
CASE 69 Postoperative Acute Left CN III Palsy
127
Progressive Left CN III Palsy Secondary to Cavernous Sinus
129
Right Homonymous Hemianopia Antiphospholipid Antibody
136
NEUROOTOLOGY
143
NUTRITIONALMETABOLIC
149
CSF Hypotension Syndrome
156
CONTENTS
158
EPILEPSY
165
SLEEP MEDICINE
171
Hemiplegic GaitSpasticity
177
E SECTION 17 NEUROLOGICAL EMERGENCIESURGENCIES
183
CASE96 Conversion Disorder Speech
186
SECTION 19 CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL CORRELATIONS
193
Supranuclear Vertical Gaze Palsy
199
REVIEW QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 205
248
INDEX 259
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