Sleep Disorders: A Case a Week from the Cleveland Clinic (2nd edition)

ISBN : 9780190671099

Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer; Madeleine Grigg-Damberger; Reena Mehra
984 Pages
156 x 235 mm
Pub date
Sep 2019
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The second edition of Sleep Disorders: A Case a Week from Cleveland Clinic continues to offer a practical approach to the introduction of sleep medicine via an easy-to-use and concise volume that uses actual patient cases from the Cleveland Sleep Disorders Clinic. This edition includes new features, such as multiple choice questions, more than 30 enhanced patient and polysomnogram videos, and a wealth of high quality polysomnographic tracings. Printed in 4-color for the first time, this book uses various imaging techniques, like clinically relevant radiography and neuroimaging, in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, serving as a resource for medical students, residents, and experienced clinicians to hone their diagnostic skills. 52 chapters - a case a week - are written to illustrate the signs and symptoms, diagnostic criteria, workup, and routine treatment of unique patient cases presented to the sleep clinic. With updates covering comprehensive discoveries, an extensive focus on comorbidities, and typical and atypical presentations of sleep disorders, this book is a valuable guide to the latest discoveries in sleep medicine.


Table of Contents
Foreward: Kingman P. Strohl
Chapter 1 Introduction to the Sleep Clinic Evaluation
Reena Mehra MD, MS
Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO, MS
Madeleine Grigg-Damberger MD
Chapter 2 Introduction to Sleep Testing
Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO, MS
Madeleine Grigg-Damberger, MD
Reena Mehra, MD, MS
Chapter 3 Introduction to Pediatric Sleep Clinic and Sleep Testing
Madeleine M. Grigg-Damberger, MD and Kathy M. Wolfe, MD
Chapter 4 LA Night Moves
Alon Y. Avidan, MD, MPH
Chapter 5 Is Resistance Futile?
Harneet Walia, MD, FAASM
Chapter 6 More Sleep is a Slam Dunk
Ralph Downey, III, PhD
Chapter 7 Re-writing One Patient's Story of Disrupted Sleep
Samantha Domingo, PsyD
Chapter 8 No Easy Way Down
Frank M. Ralls, MD
Chapter 9 But I Need Marijuana to Function as a Mother
Sasikanth Gorantla, MD
Chapter 10 Too Much of a Good Thing
Charles Bae, MD
Chapter 11 A Journey Through Time and Sleep
Vidya Krishnan, MD, MHS
Chapter 12 Like Clockwork
Silvia Neme-Mercante, MD
Chapter 13 Turn up the Volume
Harneet Walia, MD, FAASM
Chapter 14 CPAP, What's Not to Love?
Edwina Polk, RPSGT, RST
Chapter 15 Figuring Out Fitful Feet
Roxanne Valentino, MD
Chapter 16 To Treat or Not to Treat-That is the Central Question
Saif Mashaqi, MD
Chapter 17 Pregnancy and Health: Let's Sleep on It
Sally Ibrahim, MD
Chapter 18 Whoever Wanted to Catch a Worm, Anyway?
Robert Hiensch, MD
Chapter 19 Stimulation Ultimately Prevails
Alan Kominsky, MD
Chapter 20 Paralysis Lost in a Dream
Carlos L. Rodriguez, MD
Chapter 21, Napping the Day Away
Erin Golden
Chapter 22 Tormented Sunrises
Maha Alattar, MD
Chapter 23 Oh My, Wet Bed and Dry Mouth Lead to Wet Eyes
Jyoti Krishna, MD
Chapter 24 On the Cutting Edge: Breathe on
Todd Coy, DMD
Chapter 25 Mr. Potato Head
Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO, MS
Chapter 26 Wakeup to Reality!
Madeline Grigg-Damberger, MD
Chapter 27 My Husband Tells Me I'm Lazy
Erin Bremer, MSN, NP
Chapter 28 Unwanted Overtures by Night
Muna Irfan
Chapter 29 There Was a Crooked Man Who Could Not Breathe Day or Night
Nattapong Jaimchariyatam, MD
Chapter 30 What A Pain! My Childhood Leg Cramps are Back
Li Ling Lim, MBBS, MRCP (UK)
Chapter 31 The Chicken And/Or the Egg?
Ketan Deoras, MD, FAPA
Chapter 32 A Case of Sleepiness and Turbulent Dreams
Mohammed Alzoubaidi, MBBS, MPH
Chapter 33 Digital in Her DNA!!!
Rasintra Siriwat, MD
Chapter 34 Deep into that darkness peering EL. stood there wondering, fearing
Carlos L. Rodriguez, MD
Chapter 35 Bonnie and Clyde, the Overlap Syndrome
Hugo Paz y Mar, MD
Chapter 36 Seizures, Stimulators and Stimulators, Oh My
Thapanee Somboon, MD
Chapter 37 Help, I Can't Breathe!
Ai Ping Chua, MBBS
Chapter 38 All Fall Down
Fareeha Ashraf, MD
Chapter 39 A Painful Trifecta
Ralph Downey, III, PhD
Chapter 40 Our Baby Can't Eat, Can't Breathe, and Can't Sleep!
Libby Blasberg, MD
Chapter 41 Spikes, Spikes Go Away
Elia M. Pestana-Knight, MD
Chapter 42 Dying to Fall Asleep
Hillor Mehta, MD
Chapter 43 Is the Jury Out or In?
Anna M. May, MD
Chapter 44 Midnight Mystery: The Case of the Midnight Fog and Missing Food
Megan Lavery, PsyD
Chapter 45 Not for the Faint of Heart
Anna M. May, MD
Chapter 46 He Sounds Like a Crow and Leaps from the Bed
Alexa Hoy, BS, BA
Chapter 47 The Curious Incident of the Toddler Who Wakes and Flails in Pain in the Night-time
Carolyn E. Levers-Landis, PhD, CBSM
Chapter 48 Did Cancer Kill My Sleep?
Kathleen Ashton, PhD, ABPP
Chapter 49 Bilevel PAP Transforms this Teen's Life: I can't believe how good I feel
Frederick H. Royce, MD
Chapter 50 She Works Hard for her Sleep
Robon Vanek, APRN
Chapter 51 Terror at Northfield
Frank M. Ralls, MD
Chapter 52 Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
Hugo Paz y Mar, MD
Chapter 53 My Father Went Down the Rabbit Hole
Frank M. Ralls, MD
Chapter 54 Moving Forward When CPAP Fails
Michael Horan, MD
Chapter 55 Sooner than Later if not Right after Stroke
Amy K. Dadisman, MS
Appendix 1 International Classification of Sleep Disorders, 3rd Edition
Appendix 2 Adult and pediatric sleep instruments
Glossary of Terms
Videos List

About the author: 

Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO, MS is Director of the Sleep Disorders Center at Cleveland Clinic and Professor, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University. An active clinician and leading researcher in the area of sleep disorders and epilepsy at the Cleveland Clinic since 1995, she has over 180 publications including original investigations, reviews, editorials and chapters. Madeleine Grigg-Damberger, MD is a Professor of Neurology at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in Albuquerque, New Mexico and is the Medical Director of Pediatric Sleep Medicine Services at the University Hospital Sleep Disorders Center and Associate Director of the University of New Mexico Clinical Neurophysiology Laboratory. She writes peer-reviewed journal invited reviews on a wide range of topics related to sleep medicine and is often invited to organize and lecture at national (and even international) courses in sleep medicine, neurology, child neurology and clinical
neurophysiology. Reena Mehra MD, MS is Professor of Medicine of the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University and serves as the Director of Sleep Disorders Research in the Sleep Center of the Neurologic Institute with joint appointments in the Respiratory Institute, Molecular Cardiology Department of the Lerner Research Institute and the Heart and Vascular Institute. She is involved in media relations to increase awareness of the importance of sleep disorders, has appeared on numerous national news broadcasts and has been an invited lecturer in national and international forums.

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