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Aminoff’s Diagnosis of Neuromuscular Disorders, 4th Edition

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Succinct yet comprehensive, Aminoff’s Diagnosis of Neuromuscular Disorders, 4th Edition, provides expert information and guidance on the clinical, electrodiagnostic, and imaging aspects of neuromuscular disorders. Fully updated, it reflects important advances in the field, including an improved understanding of the molecular and genetic basis of neuromuscular disease, an expanded use of next-generation genetic testing, refinements in electrodiagnosis, and the use of ultrasound imaging techniques to evaluate the peripheral nervous system. In-depth discussions of disease states, as well as the evidence supporting the use of electrodiagnostic and imaging techniques, moves this reference from simply answering the question “How?” to also answering “Why?”
Key Features
  • Describes the range of clinical manifestations of individual neuromuscular diseases; the power and limitations of electrodiagnostic techniques as they relate to neuromuscular disorders; the place of genetic studies in the diagnosis and prognostication of these diseases; and the scope and utility of newer imaging procedures in detecting and localizing the underlying pathologic process.
  • Reviews neuromuscular physiology and the pathology of major diseases.
  • Provides a readable, well-illustrated synthesis of clinical and investigative techniques in diagnosing neuromuscular diseases, with concise guidance on how to conduct clinical, electrodiagnostic, and ultrasound evaluations and the findings in various disease states.
  • Covers a wide variety of electrodiagnostic and ultrasound procedures, including techniques for evaluating different individual nerves.
  • Features video clips of waveforms and of ultrasound images to illustrate key concepts.
  • An ideal resource for neuromuscular specialists, clinical neurologists, physiatrists, rehabilitation specialists, clinical neurophysiologists, and electromyographers, as well as trainees and those preparing for board certification in neurology, PM&R, neuromuscular medicine, clinical neurophysiology, and electrodiagnostic medicine.
  • An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references, with the ability to search, customize your content, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud. Any additional digital ancillary content may publish up to 6 weeks following the publication date.

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Cover image
Title page
Copyright
Dedication
Preface to the Fourth Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Contents
Video Contents
PART I Introduction
1 Diagnosis of Neuromuscular Disorders
DIAGNOSTIC APPROACH
NEUROMUSCULAR SYNDROMES
NEUROMUSCULAR INVESTIGATIONS
REFERENCES
2 Biopsies and Neuromuscular Disease
INTRODUCTION
MUSCLE BIOPSY
PERIPHERAL NERVE BIOPSY
SKIN BIOPSIES
Acknowledgment
REFERENCES
3 Neuromuscular Imaging
PATHOLOGY
COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY AND MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
NEUROMUSCULAR ULTRASOUND
DIAGNOSTIC APPLICATIONS OF ULTRASOUND IN NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASE
REFERENCES
PART II Basic Aspects
4 Genetic Evaluation of Neuromuscular Disorders
THE HUMAN GENOME
MODES OF INHERITANCE
GENETIC VARIANTS
GENETIC TESTING
INTERPRETING GENETIC REPORTS
RESOLUTION OF VARIANTS OF UNCERTAIN SIGNIFICANCE
Acknowledgment
REFERENCES
5 Aspects of Nerve and Muscle Physiology
ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF NERVE AND MUSCLE
OTHER ASPECTS OF NERVE PHYSIOLOGY
OTHER ASPECTS OF MUSCLE PHYSIOLOGY
REFERENCES
6 Properties and Functional Organization of Motor Units
MUSCLE COMPONENT OF MOTOR UNITS
NEURAL INFLUENCE ON THE PROPERTIES OF MUSCLE
NEURONAL COMPONENTS OF MOTOR UNITS
MOTOR UNIT ACTIVITY DURING GRADATION OF MUSCLE CONTRACTION
RECRUITMENT ORDER OF MOTOR UNITS
MOTOR UNITS AND AGING
REFERENCES
7 Electrodiagnostic Apparatus
BASIC ELECTRICAL THEORY
ELECTRODIAGNOSTIC SYSTEMS
RECORDING ELECTRODES
AMPLIFIER AND PREAMPLIFIER
DISPLAY SYSTEMS
NOISE
INTERFERENCE
STIMULATOR AND STIMULATING ELECTRODES
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
REFERENCES
8 General Aspects of Needle Electromyography
ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY RECORDED FROM MUSCLE
PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS
REFERENCES
9 Clinical Aspects of Needle Electromyography
EXAMINATION PROCEDURE
DISORDERS OF MUSCLE
NEUROPATHIC DISORDERS
DISORDERS OF NEUROMUSCULAR TRANSMISSION
THE FLOPPY INFANT
IDENTIFICATION OF MUSCLES FOR CHEMODENERVATION PROCEDURES
NEUROPHYSIOLOGIC INVESTIGATION OF THE PELVIC FLOOR
ELECTROMYOGRAPHY OF THE LARYNX AND UPPER ESOPHAGEAL SPHINCTER
ELECTROMYOGRAPHY OF THE EXTRAOCULAR MUSCLES
ELECTROMYOGRAPHY OF THE DIAPHRAGM
REFERENCES
10 Nerve Conduction Studies: Basic Principles and Pathologic Correlations
PRINCIPLES AND TECHNICAL ASPECTS
ERRORS IN THE PERFORMANCE OF NERVE CONDUCTION STUDIES
PHYSIOLOGIC FACTORS AFFECTING NERVE CONDUCTION STUDIES
LIMITATIONS OF CONVENTIONAL NERVE CONDUCTION STUDIES
CORRELATION OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGIC FINDINGS WITH UNDERLYING PATHOLOGY
CLINICAL ELECTRODIAGNOSIS OFNERVE LESIONS
REPORTING AND INTERPRETATION OF NERVE CONDUCTION STUDIES
REFERENCES
11 Quantitative and Related Techniques of Electromyography and Electroneurography
QUANTITATIVE ASPECTS OF ELECTROMYOGRAPHY
CONDUCTION STUDIES IN DIFFERENT POPULATIONS OF NERVE FIBERS
ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE MYOGRAPHY
REFERENCES
12 Other Neurophysiologic Techniques for the Evaluation of Neuromuscular Disorders
BLINK REFLEX
F RESPONSE
H REFLEX
SOMATOSENSORY EVOKED POTENTIALS
MOTOR EVOKED POTENTIALS
INTRAOPERATIVE MONITORING OF NERVES
TECHNIQUES FOR EVALUATING SMALL NERVE FIBERS
IMPEDANCE ELECTROMYOGRAPHY
REFERENCES
13 Evaluation of the Autonomic Nervous System
ANATOMY OF THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
CLINICAL FEATURES OF DYSAUTONOMIA
STUDIES OF AUTONOMIC FUNCTION
CAUSES OF DYSAUTONOMIA
REFERENCES
PART III Generalized Neuromuscular Disorders
14 Myopathic Disorders and Myalgia
INTRODUCTION
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHIES
CONGENITAL MYOPATHIES
DISTAL MYOPATHIES
MYOTONIC DISORDERS
METABOLIC MYOPATHIES
GLYCOGENOSES
DISORDERS OF LIPID METABOLISM
MITOCHONDRIAL MYOPATHIES
RHABDOMYOLYSIS
ASYMPTOMATIC OR PAUCI-SYMPTOMATIC HyperCKemia
PARASPINAL MYOPATHIES
INFLAMMATORY MYOPATHIES
RIPPLING MUSCLE DISEASE
INFECTIOUS AND PARAINFECTIOUS MYOPATHIES
CRITICAL ILLNESS MYOPATHY
AMYLOID MYOPATHY
ENDOCRINE MYOPATHIES
MYOPATHY SECONDARY TO DRUGS OR ALCOHOL
MYOPATHY AND MALIGNANT DISEASE
REFERENCES
15 Muscle Channelopathies
CHLORIDE CHANNELOPATHIES: MYOTONIC DISORDERS
SODIUM CHANNELOPATHIES: DISORDERS WITH MYOTONIA, PARALYSIS, OR BOTH
OTHER CATION CHANNELOPATHIES: PARALYTIC SYNDROMES WITHOUT MYOTONIA
DIAGNOSIS OF NONDYSTROPHIC MYOTONIAS
DIAGNOSIS OF PERIODIC PARALYSIS
TREATMENT OF MUSCLE CHANNELOPATHIES
REFERENCES
16 Motor Neuron Disorders
DEFINITIONS AND OVERVIEW
AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS
SPINAL MUSCULAR ATROPHY
SPINOBULBAR MUSCULAR ATROPHY (KENNEDY DISEASE)
NONHEREDITARY CAUSES OF MOTOR NEURON DISORDERS
REFERENCES
17 Muscle Fiber and Motor Unit Hyperactivity States
DISORDERS OF MUSCLE
DISORDERS OF PERIPHERAL NERVE
DISORDERS OF THE SPINAL CORD, BRAINSTEM, AND CEREBRAL CORTEX
CRAMPS
REFERENCES
18 Polyneuropathy and Mononeuropathy Multiplex
OVERVIEW
INHERITED NEUROPATHIES
METABOLIC DISORDERS
NEUROPATHIES Associated With INFECTIONS
NEUROPATHIES Associated With INFLAMMATORY PROCESSES
VASCULITIC AND OTHER ISCHEMIC NEUROPATHIES
TOXIC NEUROPATHIES
MALIGNANT DISEASE
NEUROPATHY IN CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS
REFERENCES
19 Root and Plexus Lesions
RADICULOPATHY
POLYRADICULOPATHY
PLEXUS LESIONS
REFERENCES
20 Neuromuscular Transmission and Its Disorders
PHYSIOLOGY OF NEUROMUSCULAR TRANSMISSION
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC EVALUATION OF NEUROMUSCULAR TRANSMISSION
DISORDERS OF NEUROMUSCULAR TRANSMISSION
A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO EVALUATING NEUROMUSCULAR TRANSMISSION
REFERENCES
PART IV Focal Neuropathies
21 Traumatic Neuropathy and Surgical Interventions
MECHANISM OF INJURY
RESPONSES OF NERVE TO INJURY
CLASSIFICATIONS OF NERVE INJURY
PROGNOSIS
AXONAL REGENERATION
ELECTRODIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION
IMAGING ASPECTS OF TRAUMATIC NEUROPATHY
SURGICAL AND OTHER INTERVENTIONS
REFERENCES
22 Median Neuropathies
ANATOMY OF THE MEDIAN NERVE
ANOMALOUS INNERVATION OF THE HAND MUSCLES
CLINICAL ASPECTS OF MEDIAN NEUROPATHIES
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC STUDIES OF THE MEDIAN NERVE
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC ASPECTS OF MEDIAN NEUROPATHIES
SONOGRAPHIC STUDIES OF THE MEDIAN NERVE
REFERENCES
23 Ulnar Neuropathies
ANATOMY OF THE ULNAR NERVE
CLINICAL ASPECTS OF ULNAR NEUROPATHIES
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC STUDIES OF THE ULNAR NERVE
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC ASPECTS OF ULNAR NEUROPATHIES
ULTRASOUND IN ULNAR NEUROPATHY
REFERENCES
24 Radial Neuropathies
ANATOMY OF THE RADIAL NERVE
CLINICAL ASPECTS OF RADIAL NEUROPATHIES
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC STUDIES OF THE RADIAL NERVE
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC ASPECTS OF RADIAL NEUROPATHIES
IMAGING ASPECTS OF RADIAL NEUROPATHIES
DIAGNOSIS OF RADIAL NEUROPATHIES
RADIAL NEUROPATHY CASE VIGNETTE
REFERENCES
25 Disturbances of Other Nerves in the Upper Extremities
MUSCULOCUTANEOUS NERVE
SUPRASCAPULAR NERVE
AXILLARY NERVE
LONG THORACIC NERVE
REFERENCES
26 Fibular (Peroneal) Neuropathies
ANATOMY OF THE FIBULAR (PERONEAL) NERVE
CLINICAL ASPECTS OF FIBULAR NEUROPATHIES
NEUROPHYSIOLOGIC STUDIES OF THE FIBULAR NERVE
NEUROPHYSIOLOGIC ASPECTS OF FIBULAR NEUROPATHIES
REFERENCES
27 Tibial and Sural Neuropathies
ANATOMY OF THE TIBIAL NERVE
CLINICAL ASPECTS OF TIBIAL NEUROPATHIES
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC STUDIES OF THE TIBIAL NERVE
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC ASPECTS OF TIBIAL NEUROPATHIES
IMAGING ASPECTS OF TIBIAL NEUROPATHIES
DIAGNOSIS OF TIBIAL NEUROPATHY
SURAL NERVE
REFERENCES
28 Sciatic Neuropathies
ANATOMY OF THE SCIATIC NERVE
CLINICAL ASPECTS OF SCIATIC NEUROPATHIES
NEUROPHYSIOLOGIC STUDIES OF THE SCIATIC NERVE
NEUROPHYSIOLOGIC ASPECTS OF SCIATIC NEUROPATHIES
REFERENCES
29 Disturbances of Other Nerves in the Lower Extremities
FEMORAL NERVE
SAPHENOUS NERVE
LATERAL FEMORAL CUTANEOUS NERVE
REFERENCES
30 Facial Neuropathies
ANATOMY
CAUSES OF FACIAL NEUROPATHY
EXAMINATION OF THE FACIAL MUSCLES AND NERVE
BELL PALSY
OTHER ISOLATED FACIAL PALSIES
REFERENCES
31 Disturbances of Other Cranial Nerves and the Phrenic Nerve
TRIGEMINAL NERVE
VAGUS NERVE
ACCESSORY NERVE
HYPOGLOSSAL NERVE
PHRENIC NERVE
REFERENCES
PART V Central Nervous System
32 Electrophysiologic Evaluation of Selected Aspects of the Central Nervous System
RECORDING METHODOLOGY
TREMOR AND RELATED PHENOMENA
MYOCLONUS
OTHER TYPES OF ABNORMAL MOVEMENT
UPPER MOTOR NEURON LESIONS
REFERENCES
APPENDIX 1 Glossary of Terms in Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine and Ultrasound
APPENDIX 2 Nerve Reference Values forUltrasonography
APPENDIX 3 Videos
Index