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Neuroimaging of Movement Disorders

Series: Current Clinical Neurology, Vol. 44

Nahab, Fatta B., Hattori, Noriaki (Eds.)

2013, XVIII, 290 p. 85 illus., 53 illus. in color.

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  • First comprehensive, multidisciplinary review of all aspects of imaging modalities in movement disorders
  • Compilation of work from an internationally recognized group of experts
  • Provides a clear explanation of the methods and a summary of the research findings in each area of movement disorders

In the diagnosis and treatment of movement disorders, the use of neuroimaging has expanded widely and has been an exciting, important modality for unlocking the causes of abnormal motor control.  With ever improving machinery, data collection techniques and analysis methods, researchers are now being presented with an exponentially increasing amount of data that they must wade through and interpret in the context of existing knowledge about movement disorders.

In Neuroimaging of Movement Disorders, the editors have produced a gold-standard resource that brings together an impressive international group of authorities in their respective fields to outline the current state of knowledge.  Controversies, such as conflicting findings and methodological limitations,  are covered and provide the reader with a comprehensive yet pragmatic understanding of the state of science.  The chapters offer both comprehensive reviews of various neuroimaging methods and also more in-depth summaries of the contributions made by neuroimaging in individual movement disorders.  Although many of the neuroimaging methods that are discussed have not been routinely used in clinical practice, the authors skillfully provide the reader with adequate detail to understand the requirements for using these methods and in some cases even the starting knowledge to begin local implementation.  Neuroimaging of Movement Disorders is an indispensable reference that will be of value to all physicians and researchers involved in the care of patients with movement disorders.

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Related subjects » Neurology - Radiology

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