Cerebral Palsy: Science and Clinical Practice – (Chapter 9) – Pathways Involving Hypoxia–Ischaemia

Cerebral Palsy – Chapter 9: Pathways Involving Hypoxia–Ischaemia (ebook)

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Series: Clinics in Developmental Medicine

Edition: 1st

Publication date: November 2014

Page count: 22

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Chapter 9 of the book – Pathways Involving Hypoxia–Ischaemia

Janet M Rennie and Nicola J Robertson

In this chapter, we aim to provide a comprehensive review of perinatal hypoxia–ischaemia as a cause of cerebral palsy (CP), including information about the underlying mechanisms. Although hypoxia–ischaemia can cause permanent neurological injury leading to CP in the postnatal period – for example after sudden unexpected collapse or in association with severe illness causing shock – this is less common and space does not allow us to discuss these topics.

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This landmark title considers all aspects of cerebral palsy from the causes to clinical problems and their implications for individuals. An international team of experts provides clinicians and researchers with key information on the mechanisms underlying impairments in movement, development, cognition, communication, vision, feeding, behaviour, sexuality, and musculoskeletal deformities.  They present a wide range of person-centred assessment approaches, including clinical evaluation, measurement scales, neuroimaging and gait analysis. The principles of multi-disciplinary management are presented, in terms of therapist intervention, medication and surgery. The perspective of the book spans the lifelong course of cerebral palsy, taking into account worldwide differences in socio-economic and cultural factors. Many chapters are illustrated with clinical vignettes enabling direct translation into practice. Full integrated colour, with extensive cross-referencing make this a highly attractive and useful reference.

Readership: Paediatric neurologists, developmental paediatricians, rehabilitation doctors, orthopaedic surgeons, child psychiatrists, physiotherapists speech and language therapists psychologists, occupational therapists and other health and educational professionals.

Clinics in Developmental Medicine Series.

 

 

Janet M Rennie and Nicola J Robertson (Authors) Bernard Dan (Editor)

Bernard Dan is Professor of Neuropaediatrics at the  Department of Neurology, Hôpital Universitaire des Enfants Reine Fabiola, Brussels, Belgium.

Margaret Mayston (Editor)

Dr Margaret Mayston is  Senior Teaching Fellow in research at the Division of Biosciences , Institute of Child Health, University College London, UK.

Nigel Paneth (Editor)

Nigel Paneth is Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and Pediatrics in the  College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University, Michigan, USA.

Lewis Rosenbloom (Editor)

Lewis Rosenbloom is a paediatric neurologist  affiliated to the Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool, UK

  • Full book contents:
  • AUTHORS’ APPOINTMENTS ix
  • FOREWORD xiii
  • PREFACE xiv
  • TERMINOLOGY xvi
  • SECTION ONE CONCEPTS, NATURAL HISTORY, AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES 1
  • 1. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 3
  • John Mantovani and David Scrutton
  • 2. DEFINITION AND CLINICAL CLASSIFICATION 17
  • Peter Rosenbaum
  • 3. PARENTING A CHILD WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: FAMILY AND SOCIAL ISSUES 27
  • Lucyna M Lach, Peter Rosenbaum, Sacha Bailey, Aline Bogossian, and Radha MacCulloch
  • 4. PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES: LIVING WITH CEREBRAL PALSY 43
  • Jamie Beddard, Lydia Ngwana, and Karen Weinstein
  • 5. CEREBRAL PALSY IN ADULTHOOD 49
  • Laura Tosi and Lewis Rosenbloom
  • 6. A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE 63
  • Maureen S Durkin
  • SECTION TWO PATHWAYS TO CEREBRAL PALSY 73
  • 7. REGIONAL STRUCTURAL BRAIN MALFORMATIONS AND MOTOR IMPAIRMENT 75
  • Floyd H Gilles and Marvin D Nelson Jr
  • 8. PERINATAL STROKE 91
  • Adam Kirton
  • 9. PATHWAYS INVOLVING HYPOXIA–ISCHAEMIA 109
  • Janet M Rennie and Nicola J Robertson
  • 10. PATHWAYS INVOLVING BILIRUBIN AND OTHER BRAIN-INJURING AGENTS 131
  • Dora Brites and Vinod K Bhutani
  • 11. MATERNAL–FETAL INFECTION 151
  • Ruby H N Nguyen, Olaf Dammann, Pierre Gressens, and Mark R Schleiss
  • 12. ENDOCRINE PATHWAYS 171
  • Edmund F La Gamma, Steven J Korzeniewski, Praveen Ballabh, and Nigel Paneth
  • 13. NON-INFLAMMATORY AND NON-ENDOCRINE PATHWAYS FROM PRETERM BIRTH TO
  • CEREBRAL PALSY 185
  • Steven J Korzeniewski and Athina Pappas
  • SECTION THREE DIAGNOSIS AND PRINCIPLES OF INTERVENTION 197
  • 14. NEURAL BASIS OF MOTOR CONTROL 199
  • Hans Forssberg
  • 15. CLINICAL PRESENTATION 225
  • Lucinda J Carr
  • 16. NEUROIMAGING 241
  • Izlem Izbudak, Andrea Poretti, Thierry A G M Huisman, and Maarten H Lequin
  • 17. CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY 279
  • Martin Smith, Lesley Notghi, and Bernard Dan
  • 18. ORTHOPAEDIC ASSESSMENT 287
  • Pam Thomason, Jill Rodda, Kate Willoughby, and H Kerr Graham
  • 19. MOTION ANALYSIS 313
  • Richard Baker
  • 20. INTERVENTION PLANNING, IMPLEMENTATION, AND EVALUATION 329
  • Margaret Mayston
  • 21. ENHANCING ACTIVITY AND PARTICIPATION WITH ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY 361
  • Claire Davies
  • 22. RESOURCES FOR PEOPLE WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND THEIR FAMILIES 371
  • Peter Rosenbaum and Christopher Morris
  • SECTION FOUR OPTIMIZING ACTIVITY AND PARTICIPATION 379
  • 23. MUSCLE TONE, STRENGTH, AND MOVEMENT DISORDERS 381
  • Edward A Hurvitz, Mark Peterson, and Eileen Fowler
  • 24. POSTURAL CONTROL 407
  • Mijna Hadders-Algra and Eva Brogren Carlberg
  • 25. OROMOTOR FUNCTION 431
  • Cristina Mei, Angela Morgan, and Sheena Reilly
  • 26. HAND FUNCTION 443
  • Ann-Christin Eliasson and Patricia Burtner
  • 27. LOWER LIMB FUNCTION 461
  • Pam Thomason, Jill Rodda, Kate Willoughby, and H Kerr Graham
  • 28. COGNITION 489
  • Paola Brovedani and Giovanni Cioni
  • 29. VISUAL FUNCTION 507
  • Gordon N Dutton, Richard Bowman, and Elisa Fazzi
  • 30. HEARING AND VESTIBULAR FUNCTION 529
  • Anne O’Hare, Ruth Henderson, and Dawn Lamerton
  • 31. COMMUNICATION 543
  • Mary Jo Cooley Hidecker and Marilyn Seif Workinger
  • 32. BEHAVIOUR AND MENTAL HEALTH 565
  • Gregory O’Brien† and Paul White
  • 33. SLEEP 579
  • Yona Cloonan and Bernard Dan
  • 34. EPILEPSY 587
  • Samantha Chan and J Helen Cross
  • 35. FEEDING AND NUTRITION 601
  • Valentina Intagliata and Richard Stevenson
  • 36. RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS 617
  • Rob Ross Russell
  • 37. URINARY FUNCTION 627
  • Erik Van Laecke and Tryggve Nevéus
  • 38. SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT, SEXUAL HEALTH, NEEDS, AND LIVED EXPERIENCES 637
  • Diana Wiegerink, Jan Willem Gorter, and Marij Roebroeck
  • APPENDICES 649
  • INDEX 677

'Cerebral Palsy: Science and Clinical Practice is a critically needed reference for interdisciplinary health professionals. It's major value is to emphasize both what is known and the challenges of using both our science and care to enhance function and participation across the life course.' Michael E Msall, Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 2015

'Overall, the volume is a comprehensive resource and can be recommended to all professionals working in the field of CP.' Eugen Boltshauser, Neuropaediatrics 2015

'The authors of this book are from a variety of clinical disciplines... making it an essential resource for readers across these specialist disciplines.' Annie Rangecroft, Jemma Sudlow and Olivia Smith, ACPC Journal, 2015.