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Functional Rehabilitation in Neurosurgery and Neurotraumatology

Series: Acta Neurochirurgica Supplement, Supplement volume 79

Wild, K.R.H. von, Lipovsek, M., Mendelow, A.D., Truelle, J.-L. (Eds.)

2002, X, 150 p.

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Rehabilitation in Neurosurgery is not a new task but on Neurosurgical Rehabilitation in Munster, offering rather an indispensable part of neurological surgery the opportunity to visit various types of neurosurgical from the beginning, intended to avoid or to improve rehabilitation facilities. During this conference it be­ diagnosable or impending damage to the CNS, and came apparent that neurorehabilitation had been ne­ to prevent secondary and tertiary complications by glected by most of the neurosurgeons around the world adequate therapeutic measures. Rehabilitation should during the second half of the last century and it was agreed to improve on this situation by publishing the start right at the onset and site of the acute impact to the brain, spinal cord or peripheral nerves. Thanks results of their work as a special volume. to the tremendous progress in modern neurosurgery Selected papers from another two meetings (the regarding microsurgical techniques, instruments, so­ 5th Annual Meeting of the Euroacademy of Multi­ disciplinary Neurotraumatology, organised in con­ phisticated technologies, multidisciplinary team ap­ junction with the Meeting of the European Brain proaches, neuro-imaging, neuropharmacology, anti­ Injury Society and France Traumatism Cranien, Paris, biotics, neuroanaesthesiology, and intensive care organized by the Congress President Jean Luc Truelle, treatment, more and more patients frequently survive on September 20-23, 2000; Workshop on Early Re­ even life threatening lesions to the brain and spinal habilitation, Maribor, Chair Matej Lipovsek, March cord, however, at the expense of severe sensory, motor

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Nervous System - Neurorehabilitation - neorology - neurosurgery - rehabilitation

Related subjects » Neurology - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation - Surgery

Table of contents 

I: Neurosurgical Rehabilitation, Current Concepts, Strategies, and Outcome.- Neuro-Rehabilitation - a Challenge for Neurosurgeons in the 21st Century. Concepts and Visions of the WFNS Committee on Neurosurgical Rehabilitation.- Standards of Neurologic-Neurosurgical Early Rehabilitation.- Early Rehabilitative Concepts in Therapy of the Comatose Brain Injured Patients.- Incidence and Management of Complications During Posttraumatic Early Rehabilitation.- Early Functional Outcome in Isolated (TBI) and Combined Traumatic (CTBI) Brain Injury.- Neurological and Social Long-Term Outcome after Early Rehabilitation Following Traumatic Brain Injury, 5 Year-Report on 240 TBI Patients.- Requirements ofTeam Effectiveness in Neurosurgical Rehabilitation.- Merging Pathways: Music Therapy in Neurosurgical Rehabilitation.- The Impact of Treatment on Survival Roles of a Person with a Traumatic Brain Injury.- A Computerized Version of EBIS Evaluation Chart and its Opportunities in the Rehabilitation Program of TBI Patients.- Satisfaction of Life and Late Psycho-Social Outcome after Severe Brain Injury: A Nine-Year Follow up Study in Aquitaine.- Clin ical Efficacy of Stimulation Programs Aimed at Reversing Coma or Vegetative State Following Traumatic Brain Injury.- What is a Good Re-Entry Programme? What are the Key Questions? -J. Douglas Miller Memorial Lecture 59.- Health Management Technology for Complex Medical Conditions.- II: Functional Neurosurgery and Neuromodulation.- The Important Role of Pain in Neurorehabilitation. The Neurosurgeon’s Approach.- Combined Intrathecal Baclofen and Morphine Infusion for the Treatment of Spasticity Related Pain and Central Deafferentiation Pain.- The Punctuate Midline Myelotomy Concept for Visceral Cancer Pain Control Case Report and Review of the Literature.- Deep Brain Stimulation Therapy for a Persi stent Vegetative State.- Deep Brain Stimulation of the Globus Pallidus Internus (GPI) for Torsion Dystonia A Report of two Cases.- Control of Post-Stroke Movement Disorders Using Chornic Motor Cortex Stimulation.- Vagus Nerve Stimulation for Epilepsy, Clini cal Efficacy or Programmed and Magnet Stimulation.- Computer Added Locomotion by Implanted Electrical Stimulation in Paraplegic Patients (SUAW).- Application of a Dual Channel Peroneal Nerve Stimul ation in a Patient with a “Central” Drop Foot.- Rehabil itation of Hearing and Communication Function in Neurofibromatosis Type 2.- Electrical Stimulation of the Sural Nerve Partially Compensate s Effects of Central Fatigue.- Management of Upper and Lower Limb Spacticity in Neuro-Rehabilitation.- Botulinum Toxin (DYSPORT) in Tension Type Headaches.- III: Extended Abstracts.- Does Intensive Rehabilitation Improve the Functional Outcome of Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)? Cognitive Function Result of a Randomised Controlled Trial..- Post Traumatic Vegetative States: Cost of Care.- Psychotherapeutic Aspects on Early Neurorehabilitation in ICU.- Neuropsychological View on Early Neurorehabilitation - View from Denmark.- Neurorehabi1itation the Danish Concept.- Early Neurorehabi1itation - Neurosurgical View.- The TORNEO Project for Professional Reintegration of People with Acquired Brain Injury.- B.N.I., a New Tool for Rapid Evaluation of Higher Cerebral Functions of Traumatic Brain Injured Patients.- Z. S.de Boisgeheneuc.- Thoughts on Early Neuro Rehabilitation (ENR) in Germany and Own Experience.- Combating Brain Attack: Therapeutic Strategies for Patients with Subarachnoid or Intracerebral Haemorrhage of Grave Prognosis.- Neuropsychological Evaluation of the Patients with Unruptured Cerebral Aneurysms Combined with Asymptomatic Cerebral Infarction before and after Surgery.- Neurological Outcome after Decompressive Craniectomy (DC) in 39 Patients Suffering from Middle Cerebral Artery (MCA) Infarction.- Sequelae of Damage to Extra-Intracranial Arteries Following Head Injury.- Dorsal Column Stimulation for Arousal of Coma.- Patients with Prolonged Consciousness Disturbances and Brain Electrical Stimulation Therapy.- Vigilance Enhancing Effect of Botulinum Toxin A (BtxA) after Local Application in Vegetative Patients with Severe Spacticity Following Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).- Post Traumatic Epilepsy and Two-Year MRI Follow-up of Head Trauma: A Prospective Study.- Characteristics of Emotional Personality Disturbances in Adolescents with Chronic Post-Traumatic Headaches (CPTH) after Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI).- Longterm Neuropsychological Outcome after Childhood Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): Effects of Age at Injury.- Suicide Following Traumatic Brain Injury: A Population Study.- Attentional Complaints of Professionals are More Accurate than Patients’ and Relatives’ Complaints Following Severe Traumatic Brain Injury.- Divided Attention after Severe Diffuse Traumatic Brain Injury.- An Ecological Approach of a Dysexecutive Syndrome.- Quality of Life 2 to 6 Years after Severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).- Author Index.- Index of Keywords.

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