This question-and-answer formatted book provides a complete yet focused review of clinical neurophysiology. It contains 534 questions and detailed answers with page references to larger reference books and textbooks of interest. Emphasis is on key concepts that every neurologist/neurophysiologist must master to take qualification boards or to practice this discipline. Coverage includes basic physics and electronics with their direct practical implications, electroencephalography, evoked potentials, nerve conduction studies, electromyography, sleep medicine, autonomic testing and central neurophysiology, and neurophysiological intraoperative monitoring. A companion Website will present all of the questions and answers in the book in electronic format.(C): The tracing in Figure 14.2 shows ulnar RNS without a significant decrement in the CMAP. ... 310) 30. (C): Midbrain lesion will not affect the blink reflex while pontine and medullary lesions will affect the afferent and the efferent arms of blinkanbsp;...
|Title||:||Focus on Clinical Neurophysiology|
|Author||:||Nabil J. Azar, Amir M. Arain|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2012-03-28|