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てんかんの治療 (第3版) The Treatment of Epilepsy, 3rd edition

てんかんの治療 (第3版) The Treatment of Epilepsy, 3rd edition
てんかんの治療 (第3版)
The Treatment of Epilepsy, 3rd edition

Simon D. Shorvon, Institute of Neurology, University College London; Emilio Perucca, University of Pavia, Italy and Jerome Engel Jr., University of California at Los Angeles, USA
出版: 2009年8月 ページ数(約): 1,116
ISBN13: 978-1-4051-8383-3 価格: US$280.00




Section 1 -- Introduction
1. Definitions and Classification of Epilepsy
2. Epidemiology and Prognosis of Epilepsy
3. Aetiology of Epilepsy
4. Differential Diagnosis of Epilepsy
5. Mechanisms of Epileptogenesis
6. Antiepileptic Drug Discovery
7. Mechanisms of Antiepileptic Drug Action
8. Mechanisms of Tolerance and Drug Resistance

Section 2 -- Principles of Medical Management
9. General Principles of Medical Management
10. Management of Newly Diagnosed Epilepsy
11. Management of Chronic Active Epilepsy in Adults
12. Management of Epilepsy in Remission
13. Management of Epilepsy in Infants
14. Management of Childhood Epilepsy Syndromes
15. Management of Epilepsies Associated with Specific Diseases in Children
16. Management of Epilepsy in the Elderly
17. Management of Epilepsy in People with Learning Disabilities
18. Emergency Treatment of Seizures and Status Epilepticus
19. Traumatic Brain Injury and Other Risks
20. Management of Medical Co-morbidity Associated with Epilepsy
21. Psychiatric Features of Epilepsy and their Management
22. Management of Side-effects of Antiepileptic Drugs
23. Ketogenic Diets
24. Non-pharmacological, Complementary and Alternative Treatments for Epilepsy
25. Reproductive Aspects of Epilepsy Treatment
26. Epilepsy Counselling
27. Genetic Counselling in Epilepsy
28. Drug Interactions
29. Medical Treatment of Epilepsy in Situations with Limited Resources

Section 3 -- Antiepileptic Drugs
30. Introduction to the Choice of Antiepileptic Drugs
31. Acetazolamide
32. Adrenocorticotropic Hormone and Corticosteroids
33. Benzodiazepines used Primarily for Chronic Treatment (Clobazam, Clonazepam, Clorazepate and Nitrazepam)
34. Benzodiazepines used Primarily for Emergency Treatment (Diazepam, Lorazepam and Midazolam)
35. Brivaracetam
36. Carisbamate
37. Carbamazepine
38. Eslicarbazepine Acetate
39. Ethosuximide
40. Felbamate
41. Gabapentin
42. Lacosamide
43. Lamotrigine
44. Levetiracetam
45. Oxcarbazepine
46. Phenobarbital, Primidone and Other Barbiturates
47. Phenytoin
48. Piracetam
49. Pregabalin
50. Retigabine
51. Rufinamide
52. Stiripentol
53. Tiagabine
54. Topiramate
55. Valproate
56. Vigabatrin
57. Zoni-samide
58. Other Drugs Rarely Used
59. Antiepileptic Drugs in Early Clinical Development

Section 4 -- Presurgical Assessment and Epilepsy Surgery
60. Overview of Surgical Treatment for Epilepsy
61. Scalp EEG in the Epilepsy Surgery Evaluation
62. Invasive EEG in Presurgical Evaluation of Epilepsy
63. MEG in Presurgical Evaluation of Epilepsy
64. MRI in the Presurgical Evaluation
65. PET and SPECT in Presurgical Evaluation of Epilepsy
66. Experimental Neurophysiological Techniques
67. Neuropsychological Testing in Presurgical Evaluation
68. Presurgical Psychiatric Evaluation
69. Mesial Temporal Lobe Surgery and Other Lobar Resections
70. Resective Surgery of Neoplasms
71. Resective Surgery of Vascular and Infective Lesions for Epilepsy
72. Surgery of Developmental Anomalies Causing Epilepsy
73. Hemispherectomy for Epilepsy
74. Corpus Callosotomy
75. Hypothalamic Hamartoma and Multiple Subpial Transection
76. Awake Surgery for Epilepsy
77. Epilepsy Surgery in Children
78. Stereotactic Surgery for Epilepsy
79. Complications of Epilepsy Surgery
80. Anaesthesia for Epilepsy Surgery
81. Vagal Nerve Stimulation
82. Brain Stimulation
83. Stereotactic Radiosurgery for Medically Intractable Epilepsy
84. Future Focal Treatment Ap-proaches to Epilepsy
85. Epilepsy Surgery in Countries with Limited Resources