Pediatric Clinical Neurophysiology introduces clinical neurophysiology and its applications to the paediatric neurologist. It does not aim at being a textbook of either clinical neurophysiology or paediatric neurology, but to bridge these entities, as a handbook for the clinician. The focus is on the methods applied in the setting of a clinical neurophysiological laboratory. It will stimulate readers’ interest in paediatric clinical neurophysiology in their daily clinical work with children.
International Review of Child Neurology Series No. 8
1 METHODS IN CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY AND NEUROPAEDIATRIC ASPECTS.
2 MYELINATION, MATURATION AND REFERENCE VALUES.
3 NERVE CONDUCTION STUDIES IN CHILDREN.
4 INFLAMMATORY DEMYELINATING POLYNEUROPATHIES IN CHILDHOOD.
5 THE MOTOR UNIT AND ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC METHODS.
6 ELECTROMYOGRAPHY IN CHILDREN.
7 INVESTIGATING SPHINCTER DISORDERS.
8 EVOKED POTENTIALS IN CHILDREN.
9 EVALUATION OF THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM.
10 THE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM IN NORMAL NEONATES AND CHILDREN.
11 ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC PATTERNS IN EPILEPSY.
12 DIPOLE SOURCE MODELLING: SOURCE LOCALIZATION WITH ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY.
13 ENCEPHALITIS AND ENCEPHALOPATHY.
14 TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION