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Video Protocols and Techniques for Movement Disorders

ISBN : 9780199948512

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¥16,170
著者: 
Brandon R. Barton; Deborah A. Hall
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32 ページ
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Hardcover
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144 x 189 mm
刊行日
2016年01月
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Video Protocols and Techniques for Movement Disorders presents this visually-based subspecialty through a truly unique product, illustrating how to establish a start-of-the-art videotaping workspace as well as how to instruct patients on how to participate in videotaped examination. The authors cover various technical issues-space, lighting, equipment-as well as medical protocols related to filming movement disorders, accounting for patient variability and abilities. This essential guide teaches the reader how to capture the key features of a given patient's disorder, detailing the ideal interactions between the videographer and patient. Issues of video storage and editing are addressed in practical terms. Your purchase of Video Protocols and Techniques for Movement Disorders provides you personal access to this online-only product as part of Oxford Medicine Online (www.oxfordmedicine.com http://www.oxfordmedicine.com). At the time of this printing, Oxford Medicine Online allows you to print, save, cite, email, and share content; download high-resolution figures as PowerPoint(R) slides; save often-used books, chapters, or searches; annotate; and quickly jump to other chapters or related material on a mobile-optimized platform. Oxford Medicine Online's applicable Privacy Policy and Legal Notice (available at www.oxfordmedicine.com) shall govern your use of the site. Technical Requirements In order to access Video Protocols and Techniques for Movement Disorders as part of the Oxford Medicine Online website, you need a standard web browser such as: Internet Explorer 9; Mozilla Firefox 9; Safari 5; Google Chrome 17 or 18. You will also need an internet connection, HTML and JavaScript support. Your operating system should be one of the following: Windows XP; Windows Vista; Windows 7; MAC OSX+. You will also need MS Office installed on your computer to be able to open images in PowerPoint files. The Oxford Medicine Online products are best viewed with a screen resolution of 1024x768, although they will also work at higher and lower resolutions. Please note that some tables are wide and so require 1024x768 screen resolution.

目次: 

Acknowledgments

IIntroduction

Why is videotaping important?

Why should videotaping be standardized?

Part 1: Basics of Videotaping in the Clinic

Chapter 1: Technical Aspects of Videotaping

A. Hardware considerations

B. Software considerations

C. Long-term storage

Chapter 2: Environment for Taping

A. Videotaping Environment

B. Equipment and Props

Chapter 3: Consent Issues for Videotaping

A. Clinical use, including minors and intellectually disabled

B. Research use

C. Educational use

Chapter 4: Instructions for the Videographer

Chapter 5: Editing Videos for Publication

Part 2: Video Protocols and Examples

Chapter 6: General

A. Introduction

B. Videos

C. Protocols

Chapter 7: Parkinson Disease

A. Introduction

B. Videos

C. Protocols

Chapter 8: Atypical Parkinsonian Disorders

A. Apraxia

B. Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

C. Multiple system atrophy

A. Introduction

B. Videos

C. Protocols

Chapter 9: Deep Brain Stimulator Surgery Evaluation

A. Introduction

B. Videos

C. Protocols

Chapter 10: Dyskinesia

A. Introduction

B. Videos

C. Protocols

Chapter 11: Tremor

A. Introduction

B. Videos

C. Protocols

Chapter 12: Dystonia

A. Introduction

B. Videos

C. Dystonia Protocol

D. Video Protocol Based on TWSTRS

E. References

Chapter 13: Ataxia

A. Introduction

B. Videos

C. Protocols

Chapter 14: Tics and Tourette Syndrome

A. Introduction

B. Videos

C. Protocols

Chapter 15: Chorea

A. Introduction

B. Videos

C. Protocols

Chapter 16: Myoclonus

A. Introduction

B. Videos

C. Protocols

Chapter 17: Functional Movement Disorders

A. Introduction

B. Videos

C. Protocols

Chapter 17: Functional Movement Disorders

著者について: 

Brandon R. Barton, MD, MS is Assistant Professor of Neurological Sciences at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL and affiliated with the Department of Neurology at the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center, also in Chicago, IL; Deborah A. Hall, MD, PhD is Associate Professor of Neurological Sciences at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL

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