Dystonia: Etiology, Clinical Features, and Treatment is a comprehensive and up-to-date resource on all forms of generalized and focal dystonias. Its 19 chapters cover classification, genetics and genetic counseling, and electrophysiology, and provide detailed descriptions of the clinical features and treatment of these disorders. Therapeutic choices, which include botulinum toxin injections, intrathecal medications, oral pharmacotherapy, and surgery, are covered in detail. Chapters have been authored by internationally recognized experts in these disorders, and have been written with the practicing clinician in mind. This book is produced by WE MOVE (www.mdvu.org).Etiology, Clinical Features, and Treatment Mitchell F. Brin, Cynthia Comella, Joseph Jankovic ... In some patients with dystonia and ulnar neuropathy, improvement in the dystonia paralleled that of the ulnar nerve symptoms. ... however, it may be considered when there is abrupt onset, rapid progression to fixed posture, prominent pain, other psychogenic neurologic signs, and multiple somatizations.
|Author||:||Mitchell F. Brin, Cynthia Comella, Joseph Jankovic|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2004|