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Uncommon Causes of Stroke

Uncommon Causes of Stroke

Publisher Cambridge University Press
Year 05/07/2018
Edition Third
Pages 644
Version hardback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
ISBN 9781107147447
Categories Neurology & clinical neurophysiology
Replaces 9780521874373
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Now in its third edition, this essential and detailed guide provides wide-ranging support for those diagnosing, treating and assessing complex types of cerebrovascular diseases, in a high pressure, time-constrained environment. Authored by leading clinicians in the field of neurology, and supported by advanced in brain-mapping technologies, this cutting-edge manual provides physicians, neurologists and emergency practitioners at all levels with a vital commentary on those relatively uncommon types of cerebrovascular disease that can lead to patients suffering a stroke. This new edition offers chapter-by-chapter imaging findings, evaluation and management advice, alongside insights into new topics such as CARASIL, sickle cell disease, radiation-induced cerebrovascular disease and blue rubber bleb syndrome. Updated and thorough, the guide provides a clear presentation on the nature, diagnosis, and treatment of everyday symptoms, through to more specialised cases. Building upon existing experience, practitioners can confidently assess patient needs, and correctly diagnose symptoms first time.

Uncommon Causes of Stroke

Table of contents

Part I. Infectious Conditions: 1. Neurosyphilis and stroke; 2. Vasculitis and stroke due to tuberculosis; 3. Stroke due to fungal infections; 4. Stroke and vasculitis in patients with cysticercosis; 5. Stroke in patients with bacterial meningitis with a focus on pneumococcus and Lyme disease; 6. Cerebrovascular and neurologic complications of Kawasaki disease; 7. Cerebrovascular problems in Chagas' disease; 8. Stroke in persons infected with HIV; 9. Infective endocarditis; 10. Varicella zoster and other virus-related cerebral vasculopathy; Part II. Inflammatory Conditions: 11. Primary angiitis of the CNS; 12. Temporal arteritis; 13. Takayasu disease; 14. Behcet's disease; 15. Stroke and neurosarcoidosis; Part III. Hereditary and Genetic Conditions and Malformations: 16. Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations; 17. Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (OWR disease); 18. CADASIL; 19. CARASIL; 20. Sickle-cell disease and other hemoglobinopathies; 21. Cerebrovascular complications of Fabry's disease; 22. Marfan syndrome; 23. Pseudoxanthoma elasticum; 24. Ehlers-Danlos syndrome; 25. Progeria; 26. MELAS and other mitochondrial disorders; 27. Sturge-Weber syndrome; 28. Von Hippel-Lindau disease; 29. Familial aneurysms; 30. Cerebral cavernous malformations and developmental venous anomalies; 31. Cerebrovascular manifestations of the neurofibromatosis; 32. Menkes' disease; 33. Wyburn-Mason syndrome; 34. Divry-van Bogaert disease; 35. Blue rubber bleb syndrome; Part IV. Vascular Conditions of the Eyes, Ear and Brain: 36. Eales retinopathy; 37. Acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy; 38. Microangiopathy of the retina, inner ear and brain: Susac's syndrome; 39. Hereditary endotheliopathy with retinopathy, nephropathy and stroke; 40. Cogan's syndrome; Part V. Disorders Involving Abnormal Coagulation: 41. Antiphospholipid syndrome; 42. Disseminated intravascular disease; 43. Bleeding disorders; 44. Thrombophilia; 45. Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura; 46. Cerebrovascular complications of Henoch-Schonlein purpura; Part VI. Systemic Disorders that Also Involve the Cerebrovascular System: 47. Microscopic polyangiitis and polyarteritis nodosa; 48. Churg-Strauss syndrome; 49. Systemic lupus erythematosus and cerebrovascular disease; 50. Rheumatoid arthritis and cerebrovascular disease; 51. Hyperviscosity and stroke; 52. Calcium, hypercalcemia, magnesium and brain ischemia; 53. Stroke and substance abuse; 54. Cancer and paraneoplastic stroke; 55. Degos' disease (malignant atrophic papulosis); 56. Stroke in patients who have inflammatory bowel diseases; 57. Sweet syndrome; 58. Nephrotic syndrome and other renal diseases and stroke; 59. Epidermal nevus syndrome; 60. Sneddon's syndrome; 61. Bone disorders and cerebrovascular diseases; 62. Scleroderma; 63. Hypereosonophilic syndrome; 64. Radiation-induced vascular disease; 65. Lymphomatoid granulomatosis; Part VII. Non-Inflammatory Disorders of the Arterial Wall: 66. Cervico-cephalic arterial dissections; 67. Cerebral amyloid angiopathies; 68. Moyamoya disease and syndrome; 69. Dilatative arteriopathy (Dolichoectasia); 70. Paradoxical embolism and stroke; 71. Fibromuscular dysplasia; 72. Aortic dissection; Part VIII. Venous Occlusive Conditions: 73. Cerebral venous sinus occlusions; Part IX. Vasospastic Conditions and other Miscellaneous Vasculopathies: 74. Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndromes; 75. Eclampsia and stroke during pregnancy and the puerperium; 76. Migraine and migraine-like conditions; 77. Intravascular lymphoma.

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