Neurology of aging

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Thieme Stratton , [New York] (381 Park Ave. South, New York 10016)
Geriatric neurology., Nervous system -- A
Statementguest editor, Robert J. Joynt.
SeriesSeminars in neurology ;, v. 1, no. 1
ContributionsJoynt, Robert J., 1925-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC346 .N455
The Physical Object
Pagination60 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3841566M
LC Control Number81157142

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Neurobiology of Aging publishes the results of studies in behavior, biochemistry, cell biology, endocrinology, molecular biology, morphology, neurology, neuropathology, pharmacology, physiology and protein chemistry in which the primary emphasis involves mechanisms of nervous system changes with age or diseases associated with age.

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edited by MARTIN L. ALBERT and JANICE E. KNOEFEL, pp., ill., New York, Oxford University Press, $ This is an extensively revised second edition of a classic text on geriatric neurology.

The first edition of this book was published in The book is divided into six sections: (1) Cited by: 1. This thorough revision of a well-established text presents essential information on the neurobiology of aging. There are new chapters on competency and ethics, problems of daily living, psychopharmacology, and stability and falls.

Written in a accessible style, this book will be invaluable to clinicians and neurologists who treat elderly patients. Geriatric Neurology brings together the wisdom of world-leading experts. They have crafted a new textbook to define this emerging subspecialty from Neurology of aging book science through clinical assessment and medical management to social aspects of patient care.

Geriatric Neurology covers: The aging brain in neurology. SUCCESSFUL AGING is an essential book for the rest of Neurology of aging book life. at ageprofessor of neurology, McGill University, professor of psychology, Montreal Neurological Institute, winner of the Kavli Prize in neuroscience, founder of the field of neuropsychology /5(85).

SUCCESSFUL AGING is an essential book for the rest of your life. at ageprofessor of neurology, McGill University, professor of psychology, Montreal Neurological Institute, winner of the Kavli Prize in neuroscience, founder of the field of neuropsychology.

Clinical Neurology of Aging, Third Edition continues the tradition of the First () and Second () editions with 60 chapters written by the world's elite clinicians from neurology, geriatrics and research on all aspects of geriatric neurology. Aging does not automatically imply decline.

Many older people find joy in their friendships and their willingness to look at the world. This resource features 60 chapters written by the world's elite clinicians from neurology, geriatrics and research on all aspects of geriatric neurology, and the authors have incorporated the geriatric care perspective and a quality-oriented approach to health care throughout, resulting in the definitive reference for all clinicians caring for older people as well as for those who set policies.

The 36 chapters are divided into six parts: scientific basis of geriatric neurology; clinical exam and diagnostic studies; mental status; special senses; motor control and peripheral nerve function; and common neurological conditions.

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Research funding is provided by the Neuroscience and Neuropsychology of Aging (NNA) Program, which is run by the National Institute on Aging. This book offers a comprehensive overview of all topics related to functional impairments which are related to the aging brain and nervous system.

Biologists have measured many of these changes. Table gives estimates of the structural and functional decline that accompanies aging between ages 30 and 80 years.

It appears that all structures and functions share in the aging process. Some persons withstand the onslaught of aging far better than others, and this constitutional resistance to the effects of aging seems to.

Book chapter Full text access Chapter 1 - Geriatric pharmacotherapy: Appraising new drugs for neurologic disorders in older patients Mary V. Seeman, Robert E. Becker, Nigel H. Greig. Chapter 35 provides an overview of spinal disorders in the elderly.

Multiple factors, such as immobilization, medical comorbidities, polypharmacy associated with multiple medical disorders, and skeletal degeneration are discussed, as is that treatment plans should emphasize early mobilization and functional rehabilitation.

Ageing is associated with changes in the nervous system with consequent alterations in some neurological examination findings: understanding what is ‘normal’ at different ages is essential when evaluating patients.

In seminal papers published inDr MacDonald Critchley summarised his observations and the prevailing evidence on the effects of ageing Cited by: 8. Clinical neurology of aging. New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Clinical neurology of aging.

New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Martin L Albert. The Neurology of Aging Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 46(10) October with 9 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Michael Swash.

Aging Wisely: Strategies for Baby Boomers and Seniors is Dr. Robert Levine's book about aging that includes both mind and body in its approach.

Levine is the former chief of neurology at Norwalk Hospital in Connecticut and a retired clinical professor at Yale University. All aspects of neurologic aging are discussed to aid physicians in recognizing, evaluating, treating, and managing neurologic problems. Special sections on the differential diagnosis of neurologic problems in the aged; the biologic aspects of Alzheimer's disease; the rational basis for therapeutic approaches to senile dementia; diagnosis and management of.

Aging affects neurological function leading to neurological disease As society grows older, so do the neurological problems associated with aging. These can be new neurological deficits due to the aging process itself, or the effect of aging on already existing neurological conditions.

Neurologists will spend increasing amounts of time managing patients with age-related. CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per document published in this title.

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Neurobiology of Aging publishes the results of studies in behavior, biochemistry, cell biology, endocrinology, molecular biology, morphology, neurology, neuropathology, pharmacology, physiology and protein chemistry in which the primary emphasis involves mechanisms of nervous system changes with age or diseases associated with age.

Publisher: Oxford University Press Product Type: Book Author/Editor: Albert, Martin; Knoefel, Janice ISBN: Specialty: Geriatrics & Gerontology Neurology Language: English Edition: 1st Pages: Year: Doody's Star Rating®: Score: About the Book.

Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences, Eighth Edition, presents the extraordinary growth of research on aging individuals, populations, and the dynamic culmination of the life course, providing a comprehensive synthesis and review of the latest research findings in the social sciences of aging.Joe Verghese, MB, MS, Director, Center for the Aging Brain.

Dr. Verghese is a world-renowned, board-certified neurologist who has published more than articles in the nation's top medical journals, such as the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA and Montefiore, he serves as Professor of Neurology and Medicine; Chief, Integrated Divisions of Cognitive & .