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Handbook of Clinical Neurology, Vol.109

- Spinal Cord Injury

’˜ŽÒ : J.Verhaagen & J.W.McDonald,III
o”ÅŽÐ : ACADEMIC PRESS, INC.
ISBN : 978-0-444-52137-8
ƒy[ƒW” : 656pp.
o”Å”N : 2012”N

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Table of Contents
SECTION 1: Developmental and Anatomical Perspectives

Development and maturation of the spinal cord: implications of molecular and genetic defects / Anatomy and biomechanics of the spinal column and cord
SECTION 2: Diagnosis and Prognosis
Clinical diagnosis and prognosis following spinal cord injury / Clinical neurophysiology in the prognosis and monitoring of traumatic spinal cord injury / Concepts of aging with paralysis: implications for recovery and treatment / Advanced MRI strategies for assessing spinal cord injury
SECTION 3: Acute Spinal Cord Injury: Medical, Surgical and Rehabilitative Management
Advances in the management of spinal cord and spinal column injuries / Spinal cord injuries in children and adolescents / The changing landscape of spinal cord injury / Surgical treatments to restore function control in spinal cord injury / Advances in the rehabilitation management of acute spinal cord injury / Spasticity / Disordered cardiovascular control after spinal cord injury / New concepts in the prevention of pressure sores / Functional electrical stimulation for bladder, bowel and sexual function; 16. Evidence based therapy for recovery of function after spinal cord injury / Functional electrical stimulation: restoration of respiratory function / Spinal cord stimulation: therapeutic benefits and movement generation after spinal cord Injury / Promoting optimal functioning in spinal cord injury: the role of rehabilitation psychology
SECTION 4: Chronic Spinal Cord Injury - The Changing Perspective of Neurorestorative Rehabilitation, Activity-Based and Surgical Restoration Therapies
The changing field of rehabilitation: optimizing spontaneous regeneration and functional recovery / The longitudinal spinal cord injury: lessons from intra spinal plexus, cauda equina and medullary conus lesions / Post-traumatic syringomyelia / Post-traumatic deformity: prevention and management
SECTION 5: Preclinical Research - Bridging the Gap Between Bench and Bedside
Spinal cord injury clinical trials: translational process, review of past and proposed acute trials with reference to recommended trial guidelines / Translating preclinical approaches into human application / Translational spinal cord injury research: preclinical guidelines and challenges / Brain-machine interfaces and transcranial stimulation: future implications for directing functional movement and improving function after spinal injury in humans / Approaches to repairing the damaged spinal cord: overview / Limiting spinal cord injury by pharmacological intervention / Harmful and beneficial effects of inflammation after spinal cord injury: potential therapeutic implications / Defeating inhibition of regeneration by scar and myelin components...etc.