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Spinal cord injury [electronic resource]

Spinal cord injury [electronic resource]

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Verhaagen, Joost. McDonald, John W.
서명 / 저자사항
Spinal cord injury [electronic resource] / volume editors, Joost Verhaagen and John W. McDonald III.
발행사항
Edinburgh ;   New York :   Elsevier,   2012.  
형태사항
1 online resource (xv, 656 p.) : ill.
총서사항
Handbook of clinical neurology ;vol. 109
ISBN
0444521372 (electronic bk.) 9780444521378 (electronic bk.)
요약
Spinal Cord Injuries, the newest volume in the Handbook of Clinical Neurology series, offers a comprehensive and detailed overview of the rapidly evolving science and treatment of spinal cord injury. Advances in neuroimaging, surgical treatment and application of electrical stimulation are dramatically impacting the treatment and outcome of these injuries. It provides a clear introduction to the core science of spinal cord injury, as well as to exciting research investigating new treatment options. Coverage includes brain-machine interfaces, transcranial stimulation, new pharmacological strategies, use of olfactory ensheathing cells, stem cells and precursor cells, gene therapy and molecular target discovery. This volume is a great resource for neuroscience and clinical neurology research specialists and practicing neurologists seeking a clear reference to the science and treatment of spinal cord injury. Comprehensive coverage of the latest scientific understanding of spinal cord injuries Detailed coverage of current treatment best practices and potential future treatments Connects leading edge research programs to future treatment opportunities.
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Section 1. Developmental and anatomical perspectives -- section 2. Diagnosis and prognosis -- section 3. Acute spinal cord injury : medical, surgical, and rehabilitative management -- section 4. Chronic spinal cord injury : the changing perspective of neurorestorative rehabilitation, activity-based and surgical restoration therapies -- section 5. Preclinical research : bridging the gap between bench and bedside.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
일반주제명
Spinal cord --Wounds and injuries. Spinal Cord Injuries.
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Foreword	p. vii
Preface	p. ix
List of contributors	p. xi
Section 1	Developmental and anatomical perspectives	
1	    Development and maturation of the spinal cord: implications of molecular and genetic defects   G.W.J. Hawryluk and C.A. Ruff and M.G. Fehlings	p. 3
2	    Anatomy and biomechanics of the spinal column and cord   V.J. Miele and M.M. Panjabi and E.C. Benzel	p. 31
Section 2	Diagnosis and prognosis	
3	    Clinical diagnosis and prognosis following spinal cord injury   A.S. Burns and R.J. Marino and A.E. Flanders and H. Flett	p. 47
4	    Clinical neurophysiology in the prognosis and monitoring of traumatic spinal cord injury   A. Curt and P.H. Ellaway	p. 63
5	    Concepts of aging with paralysis: implications for recovery and treatment   M. Wirz and V. Dietz	p. 77
6	    Advanced MRI strategies for assessing spinal cord injury   S.A. Smith and J. J. Pekar and P.C.M. van Zijl	p. 85
Section 3	Acute spinal cord injury: medical, surgical, and rehabilitative management	
7	    Advances in the management of spinal cord and spinal column injuries   A. Taghva and D.J. Hoh and C.L. Lawyssen	p. 105
8	    Spinal cord injuries in children and adolescents   L.C. Vogel and R.R. Betz and M.J. Mulcahey	p. 131
9	    The changing landscape of spinal cord injury   N. Juknis and J.M. Cooper and O. Volshteyn	p. 149
10	    Surgical treatments to restore function control in spinal cord injury   M.W. Keith and A. Peljovich	p. 167
11	    Advances in the rehabilitation management of acute spinal cord injury   J.F. Ditunno and D.D. Cardenas and C. Formal and K. Dalal	p. 181
12	    Spasticity   V. Dietz and T. Sinkjaer	p. 197
13	    Disordered cardiovascular control after spinal cord injury   L.C. Weaver and J.C. Fleming and C.J. Mathias and A.V. Krassioukov	p. 213
14	    New concepts in the prevention of pressure sores   K. Bogie and H.L. Powell and C.H. Ho	p. 235
15	    Functional electrical stimulation for bladder, bowel, and sexual function   G.H. Creasey and M.D. Craggs	p. 247
16	    Evidence-based therapy for recovery of function after spinal cord injury   S. Harkema and A. Behrman and H. Barbeau	p. 259
17	    Functional electrical stimulation: restoration of respiratory function   R.P. Onders	p. 275
18	    Spinal cord stimulation: therapeutic benefits and movement generation after spinal cord injury   C.H Tator and K. Minassian and V.K. Mnshahwar	p. 283
19	    Promoting optimal functioning in spinal cord injury: the role of rehabilitation psychology   S.T. Wegener and L.L. Adams and D. Rohe	p. 297
Section 4	Chronic spinal cord injury - the changing perspective of neurorestorative rehabilitation, activity-based and surgical restoration therapies	
20	    The changing field of rehabilitation: optimizing spontaneous regeneration and functional recovery   J.W. McDonald III and C.L. Sadowsky and A. Stampas	p. 317
21	    The longitudinal spinal cord injury: lessons from intraspinal plexus, cauda equina and medullary conus lesions   T. Carlstedt and L. Havton	p. 337
22	    Post-traumatic syringomyelia: CSF hydrodynamic changes following spinal cord injury are the driving force in the development of PTSM   C.B. Shields and Y.P. Zhang and L.B.E. Shields	p. 355
23	    Post-traumatic deformity: prevention and management   J. Wilson and J.M. Buchowski	p. 369
Section 5	Preclinical research - bridging the gap between bench and bedside	
24	    Spinal cord injury clinical trials: translational process, review of past and proposed acute trials with reference to recommended trial guidelines   J. Sleeves and A. Blight	p. 387
25	    Translating preclinical approaches into human application   V. Dietz and A. Curt	p. 399
26	    Translational spinal cord injury research: preclinical guidelines and challenges   P. J. Reier and M.A. Lane and E.D. Hall and Y.D. Teng and D.R. Howland	p. 411
27	    Brain-machine interfaces and transcranial stimulation: future implications for directing functional movement and improving function after spinal injury in humans   J.M. Carmena and L.G. Cohen	p. 435
28	    Approaches to repairing the damaged spinal cord: overview   D. Becker and J. W. McDonald III	p. 445
29	    Limiting spinal cord injury by pharmacological intervention   J.V. Priestley and A.T. Michael-Titus and W. Tetzlaff	p. 463
30	    Harmful and beneficial effects of inflammation after spinal cord injury: potential therapeutic implications   S. David and R. López-Vales and V.W. Yong	p. 485
31	    Defeating inhibition of regeneration by scar and myelin components   J.W. Fawcett and M.E. Schwab and L. Montani and N. Brazda and H.W. Müller	p. 503
32	    Realizing the maximum potential of Schwann cells to promote recovery from spinal cord injury M.B. Bunge   P. McGhee Wood	p. 523
33	    Repair of central nervous system lesions by transplantation of olfactory ensheathing cells   G. Raisman and S.C. Barnett and A. Ramón-Cueto	p. 541
34	    Cell transplantation: stem cells and precursor cells   Q. Cao and S.R. Whittemore	p. 551
35	    Gene therapy, neurotrophic factors and spinal cord regeneration   A. Blesch and I. Fischer and M.H. Tuszynski	p. 563
36	    Scaffolds to promote spinal cord regeneration   S. Sakiyama-Elbert and P.J. Johnson and S.I. Hodgetts and G.W. Plant and A.R. Harvey	p. 575
37	    Molecular target discovery for neural repair in the functional genomics era   J. Verhaagen and R.E. van Kesteren and K.A.M. Bossers and H.D. MacGillavry and M.R. Mason and A.B. Smit	p. 595
38	    Combination therapies   M. Oudega and E.J. Bradbury and M.S. Ramer	p. 617
Index	p. 637

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