Clinical Neurophysiology, Fifth Edition

Contemporary Neurology Series

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9780190067854

Publication date:

04/02/2022

Hardback

1128 pages

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ISBN:

9780190067854

Publication date:

04/02/2022

Hardback

1128 pages

Devon I. Rubin

Clinical neurophysiologic testing plays a critical role as a complement to the clinical assessment in patients who are being evaluated for a variety of neurologic symptoms.

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Devon I. Rubin

Description

Clinical neurophysiologic testing plays a critical role as a complement to the clinical assessment in patients who are being evaluated for a variety of neurologic symptoms. Many different techniques and methods of assessment can be used to evaluate the function of the nervous system, including electroencephalography, electromyography, evoked potentials, movement disorder studies, and sleep studies. An accurate understanding of the role of these tests and reliable technical performance and interpretation of these studies is critical in clinical practice. This new edition in the Contemporary Neurology Series remains an essential resource for physicians and technologists learning or utilizing clinical neurophysiology in their training or practice.

This fifth edition updates the basic concepts underlying each of the techniques used in clinical neurophysiology and provides detailed descriptions of the methods, findings, studies, and value of the wide range of electrophysiologic testing available for patients with epilepsy and spells, neuromuscular diseases, movement disorders, demyelinating diseases, sleep disorders, autonomic disorders, and those undergoing orthopaedic and neurosurgical procedures in the operative setting. The role of each type of study, the interpretation of findings, and the application of the studies to different types of clinical problems are detailed throughout the text. It is a practical textbook for neurologists, physiatrists and clinical neurophysiologists in clinical or research practice or in training.

About the author:

Devon I. Rubin, is Professor of Neurology, Director, EMG Laboratory
Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Florida

Devon I. Rubin

Table of contents

BASIC NEUROPHYSIOLOGY

Chapter 1. Basics of Neurophysiology (Potentials, synaptic transmission, muscle physiology)
Chapter 2. Electrophysiologic Generators in Clinical Neurophysiology
Chapter 3. Waveforms and Artifacts

CLINICAL ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY

Adult EEG
Chapter 4. Adult EEG - Normal and Benign Variants
Chapter 5. Adult EEG - Artifacts
Chapter 6. Adult EEG - Epileptiform Activity
Chapter 7. Adult EEG - Abnormal Non-epileptiform Activity and Brain Death

Pediatric EEG
Chapter 8. Pediatric EEG - Normal Maturational Changes
Chapter 9. Pediatric EEG - Epileptiform Activity

EEG - Special Studies and Surgical Monitoring
Chapter 10. Long Term, Computer Assisted Ambulatory EEG Recording
Chapter 11. Long Term Video EEG Recording in Epilepsy Monitoring Unit
Chapter 12. EEG Trend Analysis in the ICU
Chapter 13. Intracranial Monitoring and Electrocorticography (Nasopharyngeal, Sphenoidal. Depth, Subdural electrodes)
Chapter 14. Quantitative EEG Analysis, EEG Mapping, and Magnetoencephalography

Applications
Chapter 15. Assessment of Spells and Seizure in the Outpatient Setting
Chapter 16. Epilepsy Surgery Evaluation

CLINICAL ELECTROMYOGRAPHY

Nerve Conduction Studies
Chapter 17. Motor Nerve Conduction Studies
Chapter 18. Sensory Nerve Conduction Studies
Chapter 19. Late Responses: F waves and H reflexes
Chapter 20. Repetitive Nerve Stimulation Studies
Chapter 21. Cranial Nerve Studies
Chapter 22. Quantitative Motor Unit Number Estimates
Chapter 23. Technical Issues and Potential Complications of Nerve Conduction Studies

Needle Electromyography
Chapter 24. Needle Electromyography
Chapter 25. Quantitative Electromyography
Chapter 26. Single Fiber Electromyography
Chapter 27. Pitfalls and Potential Complications of Needle EMG

Applications of Electromyography
Chapter 28. Assessment of Mononeuropathies
Chapter 29. Assessment of Radiculopathies
Chapter 30. Assessment of Plexopathies
Chapter 31. Assessment of Polyneuropathies
Chapter 32. Assessment of Motor Neuron Diseases
Chapter 33. Assessment of Neuromuscular Junction Diseases
Chapter 34. Assessment of Myopathies
Chapter 35. Neuromuscular ICU Testing
Chapter 36. Neuromuscular Ultrasound in the EMG Lab

EVOKED POTENTIALS

Chapter 37. Somatosensory Evoked Potentials
Chapter 38. Visual Evoked Potentials
Chapter 39. Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potentials
Chapter 40. Motor Evoked Potentials

ASSESSMENT OF AUTONOMIC FUNCTION

Chapter 41. Autonomic Physiology
Chapter 42. Quantitative Sudomotor Axon Reflex and Related Tests
Chapter 43. Evaluation of Adrenergic Function
Chapter 44. Thermoregulatory Sweat Test
Chapter 45. Cardiovagal Reflexes

CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF MOVEMENT DISORDERS

Chapter 46. Movement-Related Potentials and Event-Related Potentials
Chapter 47. Long Latency Reflexes and the Silent Period
Chapter 48. Electrophysiology of Movement Disorders

ASSESSMENT OF SLEEP

Chapter 49. Assessment of Sleep and Sleep Disorders: Polysomnography and Other Tests
Chapter 50. Pediatric Sleep Assessment
Chapter 51. Abnormal Sleep and Sleep Disorders

INTRAOPERATIVE MONITORING

Chapter 52. Cerebral Function Monitoring and Cortical Mapping for Non-epilepsy surgery
Chapter 53. Brain Stem and Cranial Nerve Monitoring
Chapter 54. Spinal Cord Monitoring
Chapter 55. Peripheral Nervous System Monitoring

ELECTRICAL CONCEPTS AND SAFETY

Chapter 56. Electricity and Instrumentation in Clinical Neurophysiology (including electrodes, amplifiers, stimulators)
Chapter 57. Volume Conduction
Chapter 58. Digital Signal Processing
Chapter 59. Electrical Safety in the Neurophysiology Laboratory

Devon I. Rubin

Devon I. Rubin

Devon I. Rubin

Description

Clinical neurophysiologic testing plays a critical role as a complement to the clinical assessment in patients who are being evaluated for a variety of neurologic symptoms. Many different techniques and methods of assessment can be used to evaluate the function of the nervous system, including electroencephalography, electromyography, evoked potentials, movement disorder studies, and sleep studies. An accurate understanding of the role of these tests and reliable technical performance and interpretation of these studies is critical in clinical practice. This new edition in the Contemporary Neurology Series remains an essential resource for physicians and technologists learning or utilizing clinical neurophysiology in their training or practice.

This fifth edition updates the basic concepts underlying each of the techniques used in clinical neurophysiology and provides detailed descriptions of the methods, findings, studies, and value of the wide range of electrophysiologic testing available for patients with epilepsy and spells, neuromuscular diseases, movement disorders, demyelinating diseases, sleep disorders, autonomic disorders, and those undergoing orthopaedic and neurosurgical procedures in the operative setting. The role of each type of study, the interpretation of findings, and the application of the studies to different types of clinical problems are detailed throughout the text. It is a practical textbook for neurologists, physiatrists and clinical neurophysiologists in clinical or research practice or in training.

About the author:

Devon I. Rubin, is Professor of Neurology, Director, EMG Laboratory
Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Florida

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Table of contents

BASIC NEUROPHYSIOLOGY

Chapter 1. Basics of Neurophysiology (Potentials, synaptic transmission, muscle physiology)
Chapter 2. Electrophysiologic Generators in Clinical Neurophysiology
Chapter 3. Waveforms and Artifacts

CLINICAL ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY

Adult EEG
Chapter 4. Adult EEG - Normal and Benign Variants
Chapter 5. Adult EEG - Artifacts
Chapter 6. Adult EEG - Epileptiform Activity
Chapter 7. Adult EEG - Abnormal Non-epileptiform Activity and Brain Death

Pediatric EEG
Chapter 8. Pediatric EEG - Normal Maturational Changes
Chapter 9. Pediatric EEG - Epileptiform Activity

EEG - Special Studies and Surgical Monitoring
Chapter 10. Long Term, Computer Assisted Ambulatory EEG Recording
Chapter 11. Long Term Video EEG Recording in Epilepsy Monitoring Unit
Chapter 12. EEG Trend Analysis in the ICU
Chapter 13. Intracranial Monitoring and Electrocorticography (Nasopharyngeal, Sphenoidal. Depth, Subdural electrodes)
Chapter 14. Quantitative EEG Analysis, EEG Mapping, and Magnetoencephalography

Applications
Chapter 15. Assessment of Spells and Seizure in the Outpatient Setting
Chapter 16. Epilepsy Surgery Evaluation

CLINICAL ELECTROMYOGRAPHY

Nerve Conduction Studies
Chapter 17. Motor Nerve Conduction Studies
Chapter 18. Sensory Nerve Conduction Studies
Chapter 19. Late Responses: F waves and H reflexes
Chapter 20. Repetitive Nerve Stimulation Studies
Chapter 21. Cranial Nerve Studies
Chapter 22. Quantitative Motor Unit Number Estimates
Chapter 23. Technical Issues and Potential Complications of Nerve Conduction Studies

Needle Electromyography
Chapter 24. Needle Electromyography
Chapter 25. Quantitative Electromyography
Chapter 26. Single Fiber Electromyography
Chapter 27. Pitfalls and Potential Complications of Needle EMG

Applications of Electromyography
Chapter 28. Assessment of Mononeuropathies
Chapter 29. Assessment of Radiculopathies
Chapter 30. Assessment of Plexopathies
Chapter 31. Assessment of Polyneuropathies
Chapter 32. Assessment of Motor Neuron Diseases
Chapter 33. Assessment of Neuromuscular Junction Diseases
Chapter 34. Assessment of Myopathies
Chapter 35. Neuromuscular ICU Testing
Chapter 36. Neuromuscular Ultrasound in the EMG Lab

EVOKED POTENTIALS

Chapter 37. Somatosensory Evoked Potentials
Chapter 38. Visual Evoked Potentials
Chapter 39. Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potentials
Chapter 40. Motor Evoked Potentials

ASSESSMENT OF AUTONOMIC FUNCTION

Chapter 41. Autonomic Physiology
Chapter 42. Quantitative Sudomotor Axon Reflex and Related Tests
Chapter 43. Evaluation of Adrenergic Function
Chapter 44. Thermoregulatory Sweat Test
Chapter 45. Cardiovagal Reflexes

CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF MOVEMENT DISORDERS

Chapter 46. Movement-Related Potentials and Event-Related Potentials
Chapter 47. Long Latency Reflexes and the Silent Period
Chapter 48. Electrophysiology of Movement Disorders

ASSESSMENT OF SLEEP

Chapter 49. Assessment of Sleep and Sleep Disorders: Polysomnography and Other Tests
Chapter 50. Pediatric Sleep Assessment
Chapter 51. Abnormal Sleep and Sleep Disorders

INTRAOPERATIVE MONITORING

Chapter 52. Cerebral Function Monitoring and Cortical Mapping for Non-epilepsy surgery
Chapter 53. Brain Stem and Cranial Nerve Monitoring
Chapter 54. Spinal Cord Monitoring
Chapter 55. Peripheral Nervous System Monitoring

ELECTRICAL CONCEPTS AND SAFETY

Chapter 56. Electricity and Instrumentation in Clinical Neurophysiology (including electrodes, amplifiers, stimulators)
Chapter 57. Volume Conduction
Chapter 58. Digital Signal Processing
Chapter 59. Electrical Safety in the Neurophysiology Laboratory

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