Parkinson's Disease: Pathogenesis and Clinical Aspects
by Thomas B. Stoker, et al.
Publisher: Codon Publications 2018
Number of pages: 194
Parkinson's disease is an increasingly common neurodegenerative condition, which causes not only dysfunction of movement but also a broad range of nonmotor features, including mood disturbance, sleep dysfunction, autonomic dysfunction, cognitive deficits, dementia, and neuropsychiatric symptoms.
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by Rand S. Swenson - Dartmouth Medical School
Modules: Atlas of Gross Brain Topography; Atlas of the Brain Stem in Cross Section; Atlas of the Brain in Axial Slices; Atlas of the Brain in Coronal Slices; Atlas of the Head in Axial Slices; Axial T1-weighted MRI; Coronal T2 MRI; etc.
by David H. Hubel - W. H. Freeman
Hubel, a Nobel Prize winner, begins by explaining the structure and function of the retina and visual areas of the brain, then proceeds to more complex phenomena, such as how the brain and eyes together produce stereoscopic and color vision.
by J. Ashburner, K. Friston, W. Penny - Academic Press
Imaging neuroscience - theory and analysis: Computational neuroanatomy (Rigid body registration, Spatial normalization, High-dimensional image warping, Image segmentation, Morphometry); Modeling; Inference; Functional integration.
- Royal College of Physicians
This guideline aims to define the pathways for the initial assessment of TLoC patients, and so to derive the correct underlying diagnosis quickly, efficiently, and cost-effectively, and tailor the management plan to suit their true diagnosis.