paediatric neurological disorders with cerebellar involvement ; diagnosis and management

This book provides an update on paediatric neurological disorders with cerebellar involvement. The opening section of the volume is dedicated to the structure and function of cerebellum: the specific development of this organ, unlike other structures of the central nervous system, begins at a...
Auteur :
Riva
Editeur :
JOHN LIBBEY
Date de parution :
28 août 2014
ISBN 13 :
9782742008353
Nombre de pages :
240
Descriptif détaillé : paediatric neurological disorders with cerebellar involvement ; diagnosis and management
Of particular interest are chapters that focus on cerebellar disorders which may occur in isolation, or elle as part of more complex malformations of the posterior fossa or in association with other supratentorial anomalies. Such conditions may be encountered both as part of 'static' congénital encephalopathies as well as in the frame of neurodegenerative or neurometabolic disorders. Besides, the recent advances in neuroimaging and genetics allow to becter characterize and define the genetic basis of an increasing number of such conditions. The last part of the volume is dedicated to care and rehabilitation in cerebellar diseases: their correct diagnosis is pivotai in order to address patients to the appropriate genetic testing, plan clinical management and therapeutic strategies, and provide adequate counselling.
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