This volume of Progress in Clinical Neurosciences follows the tradition of selecting topics likely to be of common interest to neurosurgeons, neurophysicians and other neuroscientists. Cutting-edge research and knowledge has been provided on neurogenetics, cognitive neuropsychology for aphasia and magnetoencephalography. The management of diffuse low-grade gliomas and aggressive and recurrent meningiomas has been updated. Reviews on lumbar arthroplasty and asymptomatic tethered cord highlight differing opinions. The chapters on 'Rating scales in neurosciences', 'Cerebral dominance' and 'Neuromuscular disorders in the critical care unit' present cross-disciplinary aspects.Short- and long-acting calcium-channel blockers have not been associated with an increased risk of congenital abnormalities, ... In the first report of the PRIMS study, 254 women with MS were followed during 269 pregnancies and for 12 months ... Similarly, long-term disability due to MS is not altered by pregnancy. Whileanbsp;...
|Title||:||Progress in Clinical Neurosciences|
|Author||:||Deepu Banerji, Apoorva Pauranik|
|Publisher||:||Byword Books Private Limited - 2011-12|