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Author Moore, David P.

Title Textbook of Clinical Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience 3E
Edition 3rd ed
Published London : CRC Press, 2012
©2012
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Contents Front Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- PART I: NEUROSCIENCE FUNDAMENTALS -- 1 Neuroscience fundamentals -- 1.1 Functional neuroanatomy -- 1.2 Functional neuroimaging -- 1.3 Neuropsychology -- 1.4 Neurophysiology -- 1.5 Molecular genetics -- 1.6 Psychoneuroendocrinology -- 1.7 Immunology -- PART II: DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT -- 2 Diagnostic assessment -- 2.1 Diagnostic interview -- 2.2 Mental status examination -- 2.3 Neurologic examination -- 2.4 Clinical neuroimaging -- 2.5 Electroencephalography -- 2.6 Lumbar puncture -- PART III: SIGNS, SYMPTOMS, AND SYNDROMES -- 3 'Cortical' signs and symptoms -- 3.1 Aphasia -- 3.2 Alexia -- 3.3 Agraphia -- 3.4 Acalculia -- 3.5 Gerstmann's syndrome -- 3.6 Hypergraphia -- 3.7 Aprosodia -- 3.8 Apraxia -- 3.9 Agnosias -- 3.10 Neglect -- 4 Abnormal movements -- 4.1 Tremor -- 4.2 Myoclonus -- 4.3 Motor tics -- 4.4 Chorea -- 4.5 Athetosis -- 4.6 Ballism -- 4.7 Dystonia -- 4.8 Parkinsonism -- 4.9 Pure akinesia -- 4.10 Akathisia -- 4.11 Catatonia -- 4.12 Asterixis -- 4.13 Mirror movements -- 4.14 Pathologic startle -- 5 Other signs and symptoms -- 5.1 Mutism -- 5.2 Akinetic mutism -- 5.3 Stuttering -- 5.4 Palilalia -- 5.5 Perseveration -- 5.6 Primitive reflexes -- 5.7 Pseudobulbar palsy and pathological laughter and crying -- 5.8 Emotional facial palsy -- 5.9 Le fou rire prodromique -- 5.10 Abulia -- 5.11 Environmental dependency syndrome -- 5.12 Kluver-Bucy syndrome -- 5.13 Alien hand sign -- 5.14 Balint's syndrome -- 5.15 Phantom and supernumerary limbs -- 5.16 Depersonalization -- 5.17 Obsessions and compulsions -- 5.18 Reduplicative paramnesia -- 5.19 Confabulation -- 5.20 Amusia -- 5.21 Foreign accent syndrome -- 5.22 Cataplexy -- 5.23 Sympathetic storm -- 5.24 Catastrophic reaction -- 5.25 Flattened affect -- 5.26 Inappropriate affect -- 5.27 Mannerisms -- 5.28 Stereotypies -- 5.29 Echolalia and echopraxia
10 Congenital, developmental, and other childhood-onset disorders -- 10.1 Sturge-weber syndrome -- 10.2 Tuberous sclerosis -- 10.3 Von recklinghausen's disease (neurofibromatosis type 1) -- 10.4 Down's syndrome -- 10.5 Klinefelter's syndrome -- 10.6 Fragile x syndrome -- 10.7 Velocardiofacial syndrome -- 10.8 Lesch-nyhan disease -- 10.9 Bardet-biedl syndrome -- 10.10 Prader-willi syndrome -- 10.11 Fetal alcohol syndrome -- 10.12 Rett's syndrome -- 10.13 Autism -- 10.14 Attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder -- 10.15 Developmental dysphasia -- 10.16 Developmental dyslexia -- 10.17 Developmental dysgraphia -- 10.18 Developmental dyscalculia -- 10.19 Developmental stuttering -- 11 Vascular disorders -- 11.1 Multi-infarct dementia -- 11.2 Lacunar dementia -- 11.3 Vascular parkinsonism -- 11.4 Binswanger's disease -- 11.5 Cranial arteritis -- 11.6 Cerebral amyloid angiopathy -- 11.7 Cadasil -- 11.8 Granulomatous angiitis of the central nervous system -- 11.9 Polyarteritis nodosa -- 11.10 Wegener's granulomatosis -- 11.11 Behçet's disease -- 11.12 Hypertensive encephalopathy -- 11.13 Reversible posterior leukoencephalopathy syndrome -- 11.14 Melas -- 11.15 Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura -- 11.16 Fat embolism syndrome -- 11.17 Multiple cholesterol emboli syndrome -- 11.18 Transient global amnesia -- 12 Trauma -- 12.1 Subdural hematoma -- 12.2 Diffuse axonal injury -- 12.3 Dementia pugilistica -- 12.4 Postconcussion syndrome -- 12.5 Radiation encephalopathy -- 13 Hypoxic-ischemic disorders -- 13.1 Posthypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy -- 13.2 Delayed postanoxic leukoencephalopathy -- 13.3 Carbon monoxide poisoning -- 14 Nutritional, toxic, and metabolic disorders -- 14.1 Vitamin B12 deficiency -- 14.2 Folic acid deficiency -- 14.3 Pellagra -- 14.4 Wernicke's encephalopathy -- 14.5 Korsakoff 's syndrome -- 14.6 Manganism -- 14.7 Thallium intoxicaton
14.8 Arsenic intoxication -- 14.9 Bismuth intoxication -- 14.10 Tin intoxication -- 14.11 Lead encephalopathy -- 14.12 Mercury intoxication -- 14.13 Dialysis encephalopathy -- 14.14 Dialysis disequilibrium syndrome -- 14.15 Hypoglycemia -- 14.16 Hyperviscosity syndrome -- 14.17 Central pontine myelinolysis -- 14.18 Uremic encephalopathy -- 14.19 Hepatic encephalopathy -- 14.20 Acquired hepatocerebral degeneration -- 14.21 Hepatic porphyria -- 14.22 Fahr's syndrome -- 15 Infectious and related disorders -- 15.1 Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) -- 15.2 Cytomegalovirus encephalitis -- 15.3 Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy -- 15.4 Arbovirus meningoencephalitis -- 15.5 Herpes simplex encephalitis -- 15.6 Encephalitis lethargica -- 15.7 Infectious mononucleosis -- 15.8 Mumps -- 15.9 Varicella-zoster -- 15.10 Rabies -- 15.11 Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis -- 15.12 Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis -- 15.13 Subacute measles encephalitis -- 15.14 Neurosyphilis -- 15.15 Lyme disease -- 15.16 Tuberculosis -- 15.17 Whipple's disease -- 15.18 Rocky mountain spotted fever -- 15.19 Malaria -- 15.20 Toxoplasmosis -- 15.21 Fungal infections -- 16 Prion diseases -- 16.1 Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease -- 16.2 New-variant creutzfeldt-jakob disease -- 16.3 Gerstmann-sträussler-scheinker disease -- 16.4 Fatal familial insomnia -- 16.5 Kuru -- 17 Endocrinologic disorders -- 17.1 Cushing's syndrome -- 17.2 Adrenocortical insufficiency -- 17.3 Hyperthyroidism -- 17.4 Hypothyroidism -- 18 Myalgic encephalomyelitis, fibromyalgia, and multiple chemical sensitivity -- 18.1 Myalgic encephalomyelitis -- 18.2 Fibromyalgia -- 18.3 Multiple chemical sensitivity -- 19 Immune-related disorders -- 19.1 Multiple sclerosis -- 19.2 Neuromyelitis optica -- 19.3 Systemic lupus erythematosus -- 19.4 Sjögren's syndrome -- 19.5 Sneddon's syndrome
19.6 Primary antiphospholipid syndrome -- 19.7 Susac's syndrome -- 19.8 Limbic encephalitis -- 19.9 Sarcoidosis -- 19.10 Hashimoto's encephalopathy -- 19.11 Sydenham's chorea -- 19.12 Chorea gravidarum -- 20 Sleep disorders -- 20.1 Somnambulism -- 20.2 REM sleep behavior disorder -- 20.3 Nightmare disorder -- 20.4 Sleep terrors -- 20.5 Nocturnal head banging -- 20.6 Enuresis -- 20.7 Narcolepsy -- 20.8 Sleep apnea -- 20.9 Pickwickian syndrome (obesity-hypoventilation syndrome) -- 20.10 Kleine-levin syndrome -- 20.11 Restless legs syndrome -- 20.12 Periodic limb movements in sleep -- 20.13 Painful legs and moving toes -- 20.14 Circadian rhythm sleep disorder -- 20.15 Primary insomnia -- 20.16 Primary hypersomnia -- 21 Brain tumors and hydrocephalus -- 21.1 Brain tumors -- 21.2 Hydrocephalus -- 21.3 Normal-pressure hydrocephalus -- 22 Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders -- 22.1 Schizophrenia -- 22.2 Schizoaffective disorder -- 22.3 Delusional disorder -- 22.4 Postpartum psychosis -- 23 Mood disorders -- 23.1 Bipolar disorder -- 23.2 Cyclothymia -- 23.3 Major depressive disorder -- 23.4 Dysthymia -- 23.5 Premenstrual dysphoric disorder -- 23.6 Postpartum depression -- 23.7 Postpartum blues -- 24 Anxiety disorders -- 24.1 Panic disorder -- 24.2 Agoraphobia -- 24.3 Specific (simple) phobia -- 24.4 Social phobia -- 24.5 Obsessive-compulsive disorder -- 24.6 Post-traumatic stress disorder -- 24.7 Generalized anxiety disorder -- 25 Dissociative disorders -- 25.1 Dissociative Amnesia -- 25.2 Dissociative Fugue -- 25.3 Dissociative identity disorder -- 25.4 Depersonalization Disorder -- 26 Personality disorders -- 26.1 Paranoid Personality Disorder -- 26.2 Schizoid Personality Disorder -- 26.3 Schizotypal personality disorder -- 26.4 Antisocial personality disorder -- 26.5 Borderline personality disorder -- 26.6 Histrionic personality disorder
5.30 Hallucinations and delusions -- 5.31 Schneiderian first-rank symptoms -- 6 Syndromes of disturbances of consciousness and cognition -- 6.1 Stupor and coma -- 6.2 Persistent vegetative state and the minimally conscious state -- 6.3 Dementia -- 6.4 Mild cognitive impairment -- 6.5 Delirium -- 6.6 Amnesia -- 6.7 Mental retardation -- 7 Syndromes of disturbances of mood and affect -- 7.1 Depression -- 7.2 Apathy -- 7.3 Mania -- 7.4 Agitation -- 7.5 Anxiety -- 8 Other major syndromes -- 8.1 Psychosis -- 8.2 Personality change -- 8.3 Seizures and epilepsy -- 8.4 Stroke -- 8.5 Traumatic brain injury -- 8.6 Meningitis -- 8.7 Cerebral abscess -- 8.8 Acute encephalitis -- 8.9 Pain -- 8.10 Somatoform disorders -- 8.11 Malingering and factitious illness -- PART IV: SPECIFIC DISORDERS -- 9 Neurodegenerative and movement disorders -- 9.1 Alzheimer's disease -- 9.2 Pick's disease -- 9.3 Frontotemporal lobar degeneration -- 9.4 Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis -- 9.5 Parkinson's disease -- 9.6 Dementia with lewy bodies -- 9.7 Progressive supranuclear palsy -- 9.8 Corticobasal ganglionic degeneration -- 9.9 Multiple system atrophy -- 9.10 Huntington's disease -- 9.11 Choreoacanthocytosis -- 9.12 Fxtas -- 9.13 Senile chorea -- 9.14 Benign hereditary chorea -- 9.15 Dentatorubropallidoluysian atrophy -- 9.16 Wilson's disease -- 9.17 Spinocerebellar ataxia -- 9.18 Pantothenate kinase-associated neurodegeneration -- 9.19 Dopa-responsive dystonia -- 9.20 Primary torsion dystonia -- 9.21 Primary cervical dystonia -- 9.22 Task-specific dystonia -- 9.23 Meige's syndrome -- 9.24 Spasmodic dysphonia -- 9.25 Tourette's syndrome -- 9.26 Myotonic muscular dystrophy -- 9.27 Cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis -- 9.28 Metachromatic leukodystrophy -- 9.29 Adrenoleukodystrophy -- 9.30 Kufs' disease -- 9.31 Essential tremor -- 9.32 Hyperekplexia
Summary "This new edition is not a mere reprint and includes an entirely new chapter devoted to additional clinical topics and an impressive update to the references, citing the latest studies. The authors' mastery in neuroscience and teaching is seen in every chapter of this exceptional work. … In summary, the exceptional content of the Textbook of Clinical Neuropsychiatry and Behavioural Neuroscience makes the reader willing to explore further in the field; it is quite accessible for a broad public (student, teachers, practitioners) and overwhelmingly useful for experienced clinicians who will benefit from a detailed, clever and refreshing volume."-Dr. Cristina Nombela, Ph.D., Journal of Psychological Medicine, Vol. 43, 2013Praise for the Previous Edition:" … a remarkable and epic piece of work that is both comprehensive and up to date. This textbook is now my first port of reference when faced with any clinical question and should become a standard reference text for anyone working or studying in the fields of neurology or psychiatry, paediatric or adult."-Cognitive Neuropsychiatry"Comprehensive and up to date … a reliable text dealing with common and rare neuropsychiatric disorders … well organized … clear and easy to read."-The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry"Eminently readable, well organized and thorough … a very comprehensive coverage of neuropsychiatry … in very clear and concise terms, Moore brings neuropsychiatry alive."-American Journal of Psychiatry" … impressive … likely to become essential reading and an invaluable source of reference for neuropsychiatrists."-Brain"Very comprehensive … up to date … serves not only as a textbook of neuropsychiatry, but also an excellent reference book."-Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica"A valuable coverage of different neuropsychiatric disorders. The style is elegant and the text is clearly written. Over 4,000
Notes 26.7 Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
references are included."-Acta Neurologica Scandinavica"A very comprehensive textbook … the complete range of neuropsychiatric conditions is described in a consistent, easy-to-read format."-Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry"The authors' mastery in neuroscience and teaching is seen in every chapter of this exceptional work."-Psychological Medicine
Notes Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources
Subject Neuropsychiatry.
Neurosciences.
Neuropsychiatry.
Neurosciences.
Form Electronic book
Author Puri, Basant K.
ISBN 1444164945
9781444164947