Volpe's Neurology of the Newborn , 6th Edition
- Provides comprehensive coverage of neonatal neurology, solely written by the field's founding expert, Dr. Joseph Volpe - for a masterful, cohesive source of answers to any question that arises in your practice.
- Focuses on clinical evaluation and management, while also examining the many scientific and technological advances that are revolutionizing neonatal neurology.
- Organizes disease-focused chapters by affected body region for ease of reference.
A clear, engaging writing style, hundreds of full-color images, and new information throughout make Volpe's Neurology of the Newborn, 6th Edition, an indispensable resource for those who provide care for neonates with neurological conditions. World authority Dr. Joseph Volpe, along with Dr. Terrie E. Inder and other distinguished editors, continue the unparalleled clarity and guidance you've come to expect from the leading reference in the field - keeping you up to date with today's latest advances in diagnosis and management, as well as the many scientific and technological advances that are revolutionizing neonatal neurology.
|Author Information||By Joseph J. Volpe, MD, Bronson Crothers Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Neurologist-in-Chief, Children's Hospital, Boston, MA; Terrie E Inder, MB, ChB, MD, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Department of Pediatric Newborn Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts; Basil T. Darras, Children's Hospital, Boston, MA, USA; Linda S. de Vries, MD, Professor of Neonatal Neurology, Department of Neonatology, UMC Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands; Adre J du Plessis, MB, ChB, The Fetal Medicine Institute, Children's National Health System, Washington, Distric of Columbia; Jeffrey Neil, MD, Boston Children's Hospital, Department of Neurology, Boston, Massachusetts and Jeffrey M Perlman, MBChB, Chief, Division of Newborn Medicine, Professor of Pediatrics, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, New York|
"sets 'biblical standards' as the pinnacle of current medical knowledge on the neurology of the newborn"
"A highly recommendable book for now and for foreseeable future"
"This edition reaffirms the preeminent place is holds as the gold standard in this field. The addition of new editors and authors has broadened the scope and brought even greater credibility to the opinions expressed in areas that are controversial. This is a "must have" for every neonatal care provider and will probably find its way into many courtrooms where the etiology of perinatal brain injury is being adjudicated." Reviewed by Jay P. Goldsmith, MD (Tulane University School of Medicine) Doody's Score: 97, 5 Stars!
|Table of Content||Unit I: Human Brain Development
1. Neural Tube Development and Defects
2. Prosencephalic Development and Defects
3. Congenital Hydrocephalus
4. Cerebellar Development and Defects
5. Neuronal Proliferative Events and Defects
6. Neuronal Migrational Events and Defects
7. Organizational Events and Defects
8. Myelination Events and Defects
Unit II: Neurological Evaluation
9. Neurological Examination: Normal and Abnormal Features
10. Specialized Neurological Studies
11. Neurodevelopmental Followup
Unit III: Neonatal Seizures
12. Neonatal Seizures
Unit IV: Hypoxic-ischemic and Related Disorders
13. Pathophysiology General Principles
14. Encephalopathy of the Preterm - Neuropathology
15. Encephalopathy of the Preterm - Pathophysiology
16. Encephalopathy of the Preterm - Clinical - Neurological Features, Diagnosis, Imaging, Prognosis, Therapy
17. Intrauterine, Intrapartum Assessments in the Term Infant
18. Hypoxic Ischemic Injury in the Term Infant - Neuropathology
19. Hypoxic Ischemic Injury in the Term Infant - Pathophysiology
20. Hypoxic Ischemic Injury in the Term Infant - Clinical - Neurological Features, Diagnosis, Imaging, Prognosis, Therapy
21. Stroke in the Newborn
Unit V: Intracranial Hemorrhage
22. Intracranial/Hemorrhage - Supratentorial (Subdural, Subarachnoid, Intraventricular (Term Infant), Miscellaneous
23. Intracranial Hemorrhage Infratentorial/Cerebellar
24. Preterm IVH/Posthemorrhagic Hydrocephalus
Unit VI: Metabolic Encephalopathies
27. Amino acids
28. Organic acids
Unit VII: Degenerative Disorders
29. Degenerative Disorders of the Newborn
Unit VIII: Neuromuscular Disorders
30. Evaluation, Specialized Studies
31. Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita
32. Levels Above Lower Motor Neuron to Neuromuscular Junction
33. Muscle Involvement and Restricted Disorders
Unit IX: Intracranial Infections
34. Viral, Protozoan and Related Intracranial Infections
35. Bacterial and Fungal Intracranial Infections
Unit X: Perinatal Trauma
36. Injuries of Extracranial, Cranial, Intracranial, Spinal Cord and Peripheral Nervous System Structures
Unit XI: Intracranial Mass Lesions
37. Brain Tumors and Vein of Galen Malformations
Unit XII: Drugs and the Developing Nervous System
38. Passive Addiction and Teratogenic Effects
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