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The Neurologic Examination: Scientific Basis for Clinical Diagnosis

ISBN : 9780190240974

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著者: 
Hiroshi Shibasaki; Mark Hallett
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320 ページ
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Hardcover
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216 x 279 mm
刊行日
2016年09月

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本書は、京都大学医学部臨床神経学講座の柴﨑浩名誉教授と NIH-NINDS (米 国立衛生研究所傘下の国立疾患・脳卒中研究所) のマーク・ハレット博士が共同執筆した神経診察法の教科書です。両著者はこれまでに数多くの神経疾患の症例を経験し、また神経内科領域の多くの世界的権威から影響を受けてきました。本書にはそうした知見を集大成し文献も2016年前半まで更新するなど、できる限り最新の情報を網羅しています。
 
従来の同種の著書と異なり、以下を特徴として挙げることができます。 

   ① 神経系の形態ではなくて機能に焦点を当て、実際の診察の順に記載
   ② 神経解剖・病理・生理・生化学・薬理学などの基礎科学から臨床症候への橋渡しを目的とする
   ③ 詳細な病歴聴取と診察所見に基づいて病変部位、病因および臨床診断を十分に考察した上で、初めて神経生理や画像診断などの検査を計画することの重要性を強調
 
主な読者層として神経内科研修医を想定していますが、神経内科医、脳神経外科医、小児神経科医、精神科医、理学療法士、神経生理検査技師、脳画像検査技師、および医学生にとっても、わかり易いよう執筆されています。
 
Whereas most books about neurologic examinations are disease and anatomy oriented, The Neurologic Examination: Scientific Basis for Clinical Diagnosis focuses on a pathophysiological approach to the nervous system. The authors emphasize that the scientific interpretation of symptoms obtained from carefully taking the patient's history and noting signs found during physical examination are essential in the diagnosis of neurologic diseases, even if laboratory testing, such as electrophysiology and neuroimaging, are being more widely used. This book aims to provide a bridge from the basic sciences such as anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and molecular biology to the neurologic symptoms. Neurologic examinations provide the foundation for the diagnosis, and only after a thorough and expertly executed examination can one begin to incorporate laboratory testing and treatment.
 
The Neurologic Examination: Scientific Basis for Clinical Diagnosis, based on the widely successful Japanese book Diagnosis of Neurological Diseases (Igakushoin, Japan, second edition 2013) by Dr. Shibasaki, hopes to revitalize the use of neurologic examinations before jumping straight into laboratory testing. Doing so can help cut down on time, patient and physician anxiety, and unnecessary testing expenses. This book is a must-read for all practicing neurologists, residents, and medical students. Key Features Include · The chapters are arranged in order of the actual steps in a neurologic examination; · Highly illustrated with figures and tables indicative of the neurologic signs and symptoms that may appear during the given step; and · 99 discussion boxes are inserted throughout to provide a more in-depth look at particular topics without interrupting the reading flow of the text.
 
Key Features Include: 
· The chapters are arranged in order of the actual steps in a neurologic examination; 
· Highly illustrated with figures and tables indicative of the neurologic signs and symptoms that may appear during the given step; and
· 99 discussion boxes are inserted throughout to provide a more in-depth look at particular topics without interrupting the reading flow of the text.

目次: 

Table of Boxes
Preface
Explanatory Notes
Chapter 1 Diagnosis of Neurological Diseases (General Principle)
Chapter 2 History Taking
Chapter 3 Physical Examination
Chapter 4 Evaluation of Consciousness
Chapter 5 Brainstem and Cranial Nerve Territories
Chapter 6 Olfactory Sensation
Chapter 7 Visual Functions
Chapter 8 Pupils and Accommodation
Chapter 9 Extraocular Muscles, Gaze, and Eye Movements
Chapter 10 Trigeminal Nerve
Chapter 11 Facial Nerve
Chapter 12 Auditory Function
Chapter 13 Sense of Equilibrium
Chapter 14 Swallowing, Phonation, and Articulation
Chapter 15 Neck and Trunk
Chapter 16 Motor Functions
Chapter 17 Tendon Reflexes and Pathologic Reflexes
Chapter 18 Involuntary Movements
Chapter 19 Somatosensory Function
Chapter 20 Autonomic Nervous System
Chapter 21 Posture and Gait
Chapter 22 Mental and Cognitive Functions
Chapter 23 Aphasia, Apraxia, and Agnosia
Chapter 24 Paroxysmal and Functional Disorders
Chapter 25 Ion Channel Disorders
Chapter 26 Psychogenic Neurological Diseases
Chapter 27 Thalamus
Chapter 28 Hypothalamus and Neuroendocrinology
Chapter 29 Neurological Emergency
Chapter 30 Disability, Functional Recovery, and Prognosis
Chapter 31 How to Plan Laboratory Tests
Afterword: For Those Who Wish to Study Neurology

著者について: 

Dr. Hiroshi Shibasaki MD, PhD graduated from Kyushu University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan in 1969. He was a resident of Neurology at University of Minnesota Hospital, USA (1969-1971), a visiting scientist at Institute of Neurology, Queen Square, London, UK (1978-1979). Dr. Shibasaki became the Director of Human Brain Research Center (1990-2003) and Chairman of Neurology (1999-2003) at Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan. He was also a Fogarty Scholar at NINDS, NIH, USA (2003-2005) and the President of International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology (2007-2010). He is currently an emeritus professor at Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine.
 
Dr. Mark Hallett, MD attended Harvard Medical School (1969), did his residency in Neurology at the Massachusetts General Hospital (1972-1975), and a fellowship in motor control in London (1975-1976). He was at Harvard Medical School from 1976-1984, and since then he has been Chief, Human Motor Control Section, NINDS, NIH. He has been President of the Movement Disorder Society and is currently President of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology.

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