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Title Handbook of the cerebellum and cerebellar disorders / Mario Manto [and others], editors
Published New York : Springer, [2013]
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Description 1 online resource (4 volumes (2423 pages)) : illustrations (some color)
Series Springer reference
Springer reference.
Contents Adaptive Filter Models / Paul Dean, Henrik Jörntell and John Porrill -- Analysis of Gene Networks in Cerebellar Development / John Oberdick -- Animal Models: An Overview / Noriyuki Koibuchi -- Approach to the Differential Diagnosis of Cerebellar Ataxias / Francesc Palau and Carmen Espinós -- Ataxic Hemiparesis / Akiyuki Hiraga -- Ataxic Syrian Hamster / Kenji Akita -- Autism Spectrum Disorders and Ataxia / S. Hossein Fatemi and Timothy D. Folsom -- Autosomal Dominant Spinocerebellar Ataxias and Episodic Ataxias / Franco Taroni, Luisa Chiapparini and Caterina Mariotti -- Autosomal Recessive Cerebellar Ataxias / Anne Noreau, Nicolas Dupré, Jean-Pierre Bouchard, Patrick A. Dion and Guy A. Rouleau -- Axonal Trajectories of Single Climbing and Mossy Fiber Neurons in the Cerebellar Cortex and Nucleus / Yoshikazu Shinoda and Izumi Sugihara -- Cannabinoids and Synaptic Transmission in the Cerebellum / Michael H. Myoga and Wade G. Regehr -- Cerebellar Agenesis / Romina Romaniello and Renato Borgatti
Cerebellar Cognitive Affective Syndrome and the Neuropsychiatry of the Cerebellum / Jeremy D. Schmahmann -- Cerebellar Connections with Limbic Circuits: Anatomy and Functional Implications / Gene J. Blatt, Adrian L. Oblak and Jeremy D. Schmahmann -- Cerebellar Control of Eye Movements / Pablo M. Blázquez and Angel M. Pastor -- Cerebellar Control of Posture / M.E. Ioffe -- Cerebellar Control of Speech and Song / Daniel E. Callan and Mario Manto -- Cerebellar Development and Neurogenesis in Zebrafish / Jan Kaslin and Michael Brand -- Cerebellar Granule Cell / Egidio D'Angelo -- Cerebellar Influences on Descending Spinal Motor Systems / Tom J.H. Ruigrok -- Cerebellar Malformations / Ozlem Alkan, Osman Kizilkilic and Tulin Yildirim -- Cerebellar Motor Disorders / Giuliana Grimaldi -- Cerebellar Mutism / Peter Mariën, Hyo Jung De Smet, Philippe Paquier, Peter P. De Deyn and Jo Verhoeven -- Cerebellar Nuclei and Cerebellar Learning / Dieter Jaeger
Cerebellar Nuclei and the Inferior Olivary Nuclei: Organization and Connections / Jan Voogd, Yoshikazu Shinoda, Tom J.H. Ruigrok and Izumi Sugihara -- Cerebellar Outputs in Non-human Primates: An Anatomical Perspective Using Transsynaptic Tracers / Andreea C. Bostan and Peter L. Strick -- Cerebellar Sequencing for Cognitive Processing / Marco Molinari and Maria G. Leggio -- Cerebellar Stroke / Keun-Hwa Jung and Jae-Kyu Roh -- Cerebellar Thalamic and Thalamocortical Projections / Sharleen T. Sakai -- Cerebellotoxic Agents / Mario Manto -- Cerebellum and Cognition / Maja Steinlin and Kevin Wingeier -- Cerebellum and Eyeblink Conditioning / Derick H. Lindquist, Joseph E. Steinmetz and Richard F. Thompson -- Cerebellum and Gravity: Altered Earth's Gravity Perception Under Pathological Conditions and Response to Altered Gravity in Space / Elizabeth M. Sajdel-Sulkowska -- Cerebellum and Human Evolution: A Comparative and Information Theory Perspective / C. Huang and Robert E. Ricklefs
Cerebellum and Internal Models / Timothy J. Ebner -- Cerebellum and Schizophrenia -- The Cerebellum Volume Reduction Theory of Schizophrenia / Gaku Okugawa -- Cerebellum and Timing / Rebecca M.C. Spencer and Richard B. Ivry -- Cerebellum-Like Structures / Nathaniel B. Sawtell and Curtis C. Bell -- Cerebro-Cerebellar Connections / Richard Apps and Thomas C. Watson -- Chiari Malformations / Mario Manto and Herweh Christian -- Clinical Scales of Cerebellar Ataxias / Katrin Bürk -- Computational Structure of the Cerebellar Molecular Layer / James M. Bower -- Consequences for Cerebellar Development of Very Premature Birth / Matthew Allin -- Dandy-Walker Malformations / George A. Alexiou and Neofytos Prodromou -- Deficits of Grasping in Cerebellar Disorders / Dennis A. Nowak, Dagmar Timmann and Joachim Hermsdörfer -- Delineation of Cerebrocerebellar Networks with MRI Measures of Functional and Structural Connectivity / Christophe Habas, William R. Shirer and Michael D. Greicius
Development of Cerebellar Nuclei / Gina E. Elsen, Gordana Juric-Sekhar, Ray A.M. Daza and Robert F. Hevner -- Development of Glutamatergic and GABAergic Synapses / Marco Sassoè-Pognetto and Annarita Patrizi -- Diagnosis of Neoplastic and Paraneoplastic Cerebellar Ataxia / Geneviève Demarquay and Jérôme Honnorat -- Dynamics of the Inferior Olive Oscillator and Cerebellar Function / Alexandre Mathy and Beverley A. Clark -- Endocrine Disorders / Mario Manto -- Essential Tremor / Elan D. Louis -- Feedback Control in the Olivo-Cerebellar Loop / Fredrik Bengtsson and Germund Hesslow -- Functional Topography of the Human Cerebellum Revealed by Functional Neuroimaging Studies / Catherine J. Stoodley, John E. Desmond and Jeremy D. Schmahmann -- GABA and Synaptic Transmission in the Cerebellum / Tomoo Hirano -- General Management of Cerebellar Disorders: An Overview / Winfried Ilg and Dagmar Timmann -- Genes and Cell Type Specification in Cerebellar Development / Matt Larouche and Daniel Goldowitz
Glutamate Receptor Auxiliary Subunits and Interacting Protein Partners in the Cerebellum / Ian D. Coombs and Stuart G. Cull-Candy -- Golgi Neurons / Katarzyna Pietrajtis and Stéphane Dieudonné -- Granule Cell Migration and Differentiation / Yutaro Komuro, Jennifer K. Fahrion, Kathryn D. Foote, Kathleen B. Fenner and Tatsuro Kumada, et al. -- Hemicerebellectomy / Marco Molinari, Maria Teresa Viscomi and Maria G. Leggio -- Hormones and Cerebellar Development / Noriyuki Koibuchi and Yayoi Ikeda -- Human Cerebellum in Motivation and Emotion / Dennis J.L.G. Schutter -- Idiopathic Late Onset Cerebellar Ataxia (ILOCA), and Cerebellar plus Syndrome / Shoji Tsuji -- Imaging Vascular Anatomy and Pathology of The Posterior Fossa / Zeshan A. Chaudhry, Ronil V. Chandra, R. Gilberto González and Albert J. Yoo -- Immune Diseases / Marios Hadjivassiliou -- Infectious Diseases of the Posterior Fossa / Mario Manto and Patrice Jissendi -- Inferior Olive: All Ins and Outs / J.R. De Gruijl, L.W.J. Bosman, Chris I. De Zeeuw and M.T.G. De Jeu
Lesion-Symptom Mapping of the Human Cerebellum / Dagmar Timmann, Michael Küper, Elke R. Gizewski, Beate Schoch and Opher Donchin -- Lurcher Mouse / Jan Cendelín and František Vožeh -- Mitochondrial Disorders / Stefano Di Donato, Daniele Marmolino and Franco Taroni -- Modulatory Role of Neuropeptides in the Cerebellum / Georgia A. Bishop and James S. King -- MR Spectroscopy in Health and Disease / Gülin Öz -- Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) / Gregor K. Wenning, Florian Krismer and Sid Gilman -- Neurons of the Deep Cerebellar Nuclei / Marylka Yoe Uusisaari and Thomas Knöpfel -- Neuropathology of Ataxias / Mitsunori Yamada -- Neurosteroids and Synaptic Formation in the Cerebellum / Kazuyoshi Tsutsui -- Norepinephrine and Synaptic Transmission in the Cerebellum / Daniel J. Chandler, Shevon E. Nicholson, Gerard Zitnik and Barry D. Waterhouse -- Novel Therapeutic Challenges in Cerebellar Diseases / Antoni Matilla-Dueñas, Carme Serrano, Yerko Ivánovic, Ramiro Alvarez and Pilar Latorre, et al
Posterior Fossa Trauma / Matthias Maschke, Maria Mörsdorf, Dagmar Timmann and Uwe Dietrich -- Progressive Myoclonic Epilepsies / Benjamin Legros and Mary L. Zupanc -- Proneural Genes and Cerebellar Neurogenesis in the Ventricular Zone and Upper Rhombic Lip / G. Giacomo Consalez, Marta Florio, Luca Massimino and Laura Croci -- Purinergic Signaling in the Cerebellum / Mark J. Wall and Boris P. Klyuch -- Purkinje Cell Migration and Differentiation / Constantino Sotelo and Ferdinando Rossi -- Purkinje Neurons: Synaptic Plasticy / Hervé Daniel and F. Crepel -- Radiographic Features of Cerebellar Disease: Imaging Approach to Differential Diagnosis / O. Rapalino, Robert Chen and R.G. Gonzalez -- Recursive Genome Function of the Cerebellum: Geometric Unification of Neuroscience and Genomics / Andras J. Pellionisz, Roy Graham, Peter A. Pellionisz and Jean-Claude Perez -- Robotic Mouse / Emmanuelle Bitoun, Peter L. Oliver and Kay E. Davies -- Rolling Nagoya Mouse / Jaap J. Plomp and Arn M.J.M. van den Maagdenberg -- Roof Plate in Cerebellar Neurogenesis / Victor V. Chizhikov -- Serotonin and Synaptic Transmission in the Cerebellum / Fumihito Saitow, Moritoshi Hirono and Hidenori Suzuki
Specification and Development of GABAergic Interneurons / Karl Schilling -- Specification of Cerebellar and Precerebellar Neurons / Mikio Hoshino, Yusuke Seto and Mayumi Yamada -- Specification of Granule Cells and Purkinje Cells / Thomas Butts, Leigh Wilson and Richard J.T. Wingate -- Specification of the Cerebellar Territory / Marion Wassef -- State Estimation and the Cerebellum / Robert M. Hardwick, Maria Dagioglou and R. Chris Miall -- Stellate Cells: Synaptic Processing and Plasticity / Siqiong June Liu -- Synaptic Remodeling and Neosynaptogenesis / Ann M. Lohof, Mathieu Letellier, Jean Mariani and Rachel M. Sherrard -- Synaptogenesis and Synapse Elimination / Masanobu Kano and Masahiko Watanabe -- Teleost Fish / Takanori Ikenaga -- Tottering Mouse / Timothy J. Ebner and Gang Chen -- Vascular Supply and Territories of the Cerebellum / Louis Caplan -- Vestibulocerebellar Connections / Neal H. Barmack and Vadim Yakhnitsa -- Visual Circuits from Cerebral Cortex to Cerebellum; The Link Through Pons / Mitchell Glickstein -- X-Linked Ataxias / Josef Finsterer -- Zones and Stripes: Development of Cerebellar Topography / Roy V. Sillitoe and Richard Hawkes
sec. 1. Cerebellar development -- sec. 2. Anatomy, connections and neuroimaging of the cerebellum -- sec. 3. Neurotransmission, neuromodulation, physiology -- sec. 4. Computational models of cerebellar function -- sec. 5. Animal models to study cerebellar function -- sec. 6. Symptoms of cerebellar disorders in humans -- sec. 7. Cerebellar disorders
Summary Our knowledge of cerebellar functions and cerebellar disorders, called ataxias, is increasing considerably. Studies of the cerebellum are now a central focus in neuroscience. During the last four decades, many laboratories worldwide have dedicated their research activities to understanding the roles of the cerebellum in motor control, cognitive processes and biology of mental processes, behavioral symptoms, and emotion. It is now accepted that the cerebellum acts as a cognitive operator in learning, perception, and attention. Moreover, major improvements in our assessment of in vivo cerebellar architecture using imaging techniques have occurred. A typical example is the accurate description of cerebellar anatomy during fetal development with MRI, a progress which has direct impacts on patient care. These advances have been associated with discoveries of new clinical disorders, in particular in the field of genetic ataxias. More than 20 new genes have been identified these last 10 years. Only for dominant ataxias, more than 30 diseases have now been unravelled. The number of ataxic disorders will increase with aging, the cerebellum being the structure of the brain with the most important loss of neurons with age. More than 300 different cerebellar disorders are encountered during daily practice, but we are missing a single source of information explaining their pathogenesis. Despite the immense amount of knowledge acquired about the cerebellar circuitry these last years, a large book covering the neuroscience of the cerebellum is missing. The goal of this endeavour is to bring up to date information relevant for basic science and also for clinical activities. To reach this goal, the most renowned authors are gathered in a unique and in-depth book with a format of a handbook. We emphasize the connections between molecular findings, imaging features, behavioural/neuropsychological aspects, and clinical implications
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes With 545 figures and 69 tables
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Subject Cerebellum -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Cerebellum -- Diseases -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Cerebellum.
Cerebellar Diseases.
Genre/Form Handbooks and manuals.
Handbooks and manuals.
Form Electronic book
Author Manto, Mario.
ISBN 9789400713338 (electronic bk.)
9400713339 (electronic bk.)