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Hyperkinetic movement disorders

William J. Weiner

Hyperkinetic movement disorders

by William J. Weiner

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Published by Elsevier in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementvolume editors, William J. Weiner and Eduardo Tolosa
SeriesHandbook of clinical neurology -- 3rd ser., v. 100, Handbook of clinical neurology -- 3rd ser., v. 100.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC376.5 .H97 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24538940M
LC Control Number2010025275

The movement disorders that are the subject of study in this book are part of the extrapyramidal motor control system. This system consists largely of the basal ganglia and their connections. The basal ganglia, sometimes called basal nuclei, are located in the base of the forebrain, interconnected with the cerebral cortex, thalamus, and.   Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders is a state-of-the-art resource devoted to disorders characterized by excessive movement. Organized according to specific disorders or syndromes, each chapter is written by a group of internationally recognized : Humana Press.

The hyperkinetic disorders are a diverse group characterized by excessive involuntary movement, often coupled with a deficiency of voluntary movement such as bradykinesia. Theodore H. Tulchinsky MD, MPH, Elena A. Varavikova MD, MPH, PhD, in The New Public Health (Third Edition), Hyperkinetic disorders include inattention, overactivity.   The book includes all of the generally accepted hyperkinetic movement disorders as separate chapters. The ten chapters are easy to read, succinct and give a good overview. this book can serve as a comprehensive guide to the non-movement disorder specialist and neurologist, to residents and also to allied health care field such as.

Hyperkinetic movement disorders comprise a range of diseases characterized by unwanted and uncontrollable, or poorly controllable, involuntary movements. The phenomenology of these disorders is quite variable encompassing chorea, tremor, dystonia, . Get this from a library! Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders E-Book: Handbook of Clinical Neurology vol (Series Editors: Aminoff, Boller, Swaab) E-Book.. [William J Weiner; Eduardo Tolosa] -- A volume in the Handbook of Clinical Neurology series, which has an unparalleled reputation as the world's most comprehensive source of information in neurology.


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Following background information about how to approach hyperkinetic movement disorders and the neural circuitry underlying them, there are individual chapters that cover tremor, dystonia, Huntington's disease (and other choreas, athetosis, ballism), Tourette's syndrome (and other tic disorders), habits, mannerisms, compulsions, stereotypies, myoclonus, drug-induced disorders, Wilson's disease, hyperkinetic movement disorders Cited by: 1.

Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders, with Desktop Edition: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment 1st Edition by Alberto Albanese (Editor), Joseph Jankovic (Editor)Format: Hardcover. Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders (Current Clinical Neurology): Medicine & Health Science Books @ The Handbook of Clinical Neurology Vol Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders discusses hyperkinetic disorders related mainly to basal ganglia dysfunction and pathology.

It contains 13 sections and 51 chapters written by authoritative and experienced investigators and clinicians in this extremely broad and diverse group of diseases and cturer: Elsevier. About this book. Hyperkinetic movement disorders comprise a range of diseases characterized by unwanted and uncontrollable, or poorly controllable, involuntary movements.

The phenomenology of these disorders is quite variable encompassing chorea, tremor, dystonia, myoclonus, tics, other dyskinesias, jerks and shakes. The Handbook of Clinical Neurology Vol Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders discusses hyperkinetic disorders related mainly to basal ganglia dysfunction and pathology.

It contains 13 sections and 51 chapters written by authoritative and experienced investigators and clinicians in this extremely broad and diverse group of diseases and : Hardcover. About this book Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders  is a state-of-the-art resource devoted to disorders characterized by excessive movement.

Organized according to specific disorders or syndromes, each chapter is written by a group of internationally recognized : Humana Press. The Handbook of Clinical Neurology Vol Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders discusses hyperkinetic disorders related mainly to basal ganglia dysfunction and pathology.

It contains 13. Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders the latest edition to the Contemporary Neurology Series, will cover the signs, the pathophysiology, the genetics (where applicable), and the treatment options of each form of hyperkinetic movement disorder.

the book expands on other hyperkinetic movement disorders where substantial progress has been made in. Neurology - by Andrew Tarulli November Book chapter Full text access Chapter 1 - Huntington's disease – clinical signs, symptoms, presymptomatic diagnosis, and diagnosis.

various movement disorders, and it is vital not to miss these lookalikes A systematic approach is recommended when clinicians see patients who present with one or more types of movement disorder corresponds broadly to akinetic–rigid disorders, the second to hyperkinetic disorders.

the hyperkinetic. The International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS) is a professional society of more than 8, clinicians, scientists and other healthcare professionals dedicated to improving the care of patients with movement disorders through education and research.

Hyperkinetic movement disorders comprise a range of diseases characterized by unwanted and uncontrollable, or poorly controllable, involuntary movements.

The phenomenology of these disorders is quite variable encompassing chorea, tremor, dystonia, myoclonus, tics, other dyskinesias, jerks and shakes. Discerning the underlying condition can be very difficult given the range and variability of.

Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders is a state-of-the-art resource devoted to disorders characterized by excessive movement. Organized according to specific disorders or syndromes, each chapter is written by a group of internationally recognized experts.

"This resource covers the signs, the pathophysiology, the genetics (where applicable), and the treatment options of each form of hyperkinetic movement disorder. There is a presentation of clinically-focused information regarding the full spectrum of neurological and psychiatric conditions characterized by involuntary movements.

The Handbook of Clinical Neurology Vol Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders discusses hyperkinetic disorders related mainly to basal ganglia dysfunction and pathology. It contains 13 sections and 51 chapters written by authoritative and experienced investigators and clinicians in this extremely broad and diverse group of diseases and : Hyperkinetic movement disorders (HMDs) are characterized by excessive abnormal involuntary movements.

Hyperkinesias that frequently present in practice include athetosis, ballism, chorea, dystonia, myoclonus, restless leg syndrome, (RLS) steropathy, tics and tremor.

This online resource covers the signs, the pathophysiology, the genetics (where applicable), and the treatment options of each form of hyperkinetic movement disorder. There is a presentation of clinically-focused information regarding the full spectrum of neurological and psychiatric conditions characterized by involuntary movements.

The Handbook of Clinical Neurology Vol Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders discusses hyperkinetic disorders related mainly to basal ganglia dysfunction and pathology.

It contains 13 sections and 51 chapters written by authoritative and experienced investigators and clinicians in this extremely broad and diverse group of diseases and : Elsevier Science.

The major hyperkinetic movement disorders are associated with excessive or increased involuntary movements and include the dyskinesia, tremor, dystonias, choreas, ballismus, myoclonus, stereotypies, and tic disorders.

Select Chapter 2 - Modeling Disorders of Movement Book chapter Full text access Chapter 2 - Modeling Disorders of Movement.

Hyperkinetic movement disorders comprise a range of diseases characterized by unwanted and uncontrollable, or poorly controllable, involuntary movements. The phenomenology of these disorders is quite variable encompassing chorea, tremor, dystonia, myoclonus, tics, other dyskinesias, jerks and Brand: Alberto Albanese.Hyperkinetic movement disorders are characterized by involuntary movements unaccompanied by weakness (Table ).This term is somewhat arbitrary and potentially misleading as hypokinetic disorders such as Parkinson’s disease (PD) are often accompanied by tremor which is a hyperkinetic feature, and hyperkinetic disorders such as dystonia may manifest slow movements because of the .