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Myoclonus

Author: Stanley Fahn; C David Marsden; Melvin H Van Woert
Publisher: New York : Raven Press, ©1986.
Series: Advances in neurology, v. 43.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
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Myoclonus.
New York : Raven Press, ©1986
(OCoLC)567725898
Online version:
Myoclonus.
New York : Raven Press, ©1986
(OCoLC)610496746
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stanley Fahn; C David Marsden; Melvin H Van Woert
ISBN: 0881671223 9780881671223
OCLC Number: 20525697
Description: xviii, 730 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Definition and classification of myoclonus --
Myoclonic epilepsies of infancy and childhood --
Action myoclonus, Ramsay Hunt syndrome, and other cerebellar myoclonic syndromes --
Baltic myoclonus --
Myoclonus in neuronal storage and lafora diseases --
Action myoclonus-renal failure syndrome: a previously unrecognized neurological disorder unmasked by advances in nephrology --
Myoclonus and mitochondrial myopathy --
Biotin-responsive encephalopathy with myoclonus, ataxia, and seizures --
Myoclonic encephalopathy of infants --
Asterixis: one type of negative myoclonus --
Posthypoxic action myoclonus: literature review update --
Biochemistry and therapeutics of posthypoxic muoclonus --
Treatment of posthypoxic action myoclonus: implications for the pathophysiology of the disorder --
Lisuride in the treatment of myoclonus --
New drugs for posthypoxic action myoclonus: oberservations from a well-studied case --
Postmortem studies on posthypoxic and post-methyl bromide intoxication: case reports --
Pathological findings in a case of hypoxic myoclonus treated with 5-hydroxytryptophan and a decarboxylase inhibitor --
Toxic myoclonus --
Neuromuscular effects of monoamine oxidase inhibitors --
Drug-induced myoclonus --
palatal myoclonus --
Rhythmic myoclonias including spinal myoclonus --
Essential myoclonus --
Nocturnal myoclonus and restless legs syndrome --
Dominantly inherited restless legs with myoclonus and periodic movements of sleep: a syndrome related to the endogenous opiates? --
Excessive startle syndromes: startle disease, jumping, and startle epilepsy --
Evolving ideas on the neurophysiology of myoclonus --
Electroencephalographic correlates of myoclonus --
Somatosensory evoked potentials in myoclonus. Electrophysiology of somatosensory reflex myoclonus --
Myoclonus in Alzheimer's disease and minipolymyoclonus --
Primate serotonergic system: a review of human and animal studies and a report on Macaca fascicularis --
Biochemical pharmacology of the serotonin system --
Motor activity and the brain serotonin system --
Reengineering the brain serotonin system: localized application of specific neurotoxins and fetal serotonergic neurons into the adult central nervous system --
L-5-HTP-induced myoclonic jumping behavior in guinea pigs: an update --
Serotonin models of myoclonus in the guinea pig and rat --
5-HT-mediated myoclonus in the guinea pig as a model of brainstem 5-HT and tryptamine receptor action --
New animal model for action myoclonus --
Urea-induced stimulus-sensitive myoclonus in the rat --
Urea myoclonus: possible involvement of glycine --
DDT myoclonus: site of "myoclonus center" in the brain --
p, p'-DDT-induced myoclonus in the rat and its application as an animal model of 5-HT-sensitive action myoclonus --
Animal models of myoclonus using 1,2-dihydroxybenzene (catechol) and chloralose --
Myoclonus induced by intermittent light stimulation in the baboon: neurophysiological and neuropharmacological approaches --
Mechanism of action of clonazepam in myoclonus in relation to effects on GABA and 5-HT --
Clonazepam-induced up-regulation of serotonin1 and serotonin2 binding sites in rat frontal cortex --
Possible mechanisms of action of valproic acid in myoclonus --
Valoroate and myoclonus --
Piracetam: physiological disposition and mechanism of action --
Drugs acting on amino acid neurotransmitters --
concluding remarks.
Series Title: Advances in neurology, v. 43.
Responsibility: editors, Stanley Fahn, C. David Marsden, Melvin H. Van Woert.

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