Clinical Neurophysiology, EEG, Paediatric Neurophysiology, Special Techniques and Applications, Volume 2

Clinical Neurophysiology

EEG, Paediatric Neurophysiology, Special Techniques and Applications, Volume 2

Edited by Colin D. Binnie, MD, FRCP, Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, Guy's, King's and St. Thomas' School of Medicine, King's College Hospital, London, UK; Ray Cooper, BSc, PhD, Former Scientific Director, Burden Neurological Institute, Bristol, UK; F. Mauguiere, MD, Department of Functional Neurology and Epileptology, Hôpital Neurologique Pierre Wertheimer, Lyon, France; John Osselton, BSc, Formerly Senior Lecturer, Electoencephalography, University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK; P. F. Prior, MD, FRCP, Consultant Clinical Neurophysiologist, St. Bartholomew's and the Royal London Hospitals, West Smithfield, London, UK; and B. M. Tedman, Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, The Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Liverpool, UK


Part 4. Electroencephalography.

4.1 Historical introduction (R. Cooper, B.B. MacGillivray). 4.2 EEG technology (R. Cooper, C.D. Binnie, J.W. Osselton, P.F. Prior, T. Wisman). 4.3 EEG phenomenology (C.D. Binnie, W. van Emde Boas, P.F. Prior, J.C. Shaw). 4.4 Activation procedures (C.D. Binnie). 4.5 General philosophy of clinical EEG investigation and interpretation (C.D. Binnie). 4.6 The EEG and cerebral pathology (A.C. van Huffelen). 4.7 The EEG in epilepsy (C.D. Binnie, H. Stefan). 4.8 Effects of drugs on the EEG (C.D. Binnie). 4.9 The EEG in systemic disorders: the encephalopathies (B.B. MacGillivray). 4.10 Head injury (P.F. Prior). 4.11 EEG and psychiatry (H.W. McConnell, H.B. Andrews, C.D. Binnie, T.D. Rogers). 4.12 EEG analysis (R. Cooper, C.D. Binnie, J.C. Shaw).

Part 5. Neonatal and paediatric neurophysiology.

5.1 General introduction (D. Scheffner, R. Pressler). 5.2 Neurophysiology of the neonatal period (R. Pressler, B. Bady+, C.D. Binnie, G.B. Boylan, J.A. Connell, J. Lütschg, R.C. Oozeer, P.F. Prior, A. Suppiej, B.M. Tedman). 5.3 Paediatric neurophysiology (R. Pressler, B. Bady+, C.D. Binnie, J. Lütschg, N.A. Fletcher, D. Scheffner, A. Suppiej, B.M. Tedman). 5.4 Combined references for Part 5.

Part 6. Special techniques and applications.

6.1 Investigation of wakefulness, drowsiness and sleep (M. Billiard). 6.2 Epilepsy monitoring (C.D. Binnie, W. Burr, H. Stefan). 6.3 Assessment of epilepsy for surgery (F. Brunnhuber, C.D. Binnie, A.J. Fowle). 6.4 Neurophysiological investigations in the intensive care unit (P.F. Prior, L. Garcia-Larrea, K. Nagendran, N.J. Smith). 6.5 Neurophysiological monitoring during surgical operations (N.J. Smith, P.F. Prior). 6.6 Neurophysiological evaluation of drugs (A. Wauquier, C.D. Binnie). 6.7 Magnetoencephalography and evoked magnetic fields (C.N. Guy, C.D. Binnie). 6.8 Specific medico-legal use of neurophysiological investigations (P.C.B. Fenwick, C.D. Binnie, P.F. Prior, B.M. Tedman).

Part 7. Setting up and running a department of clinical neurophysiology.

7.1 Introduction (C.D. Binnie, C.J. Fowler, F. Mauguière, P.F. Prior). 7.2 Siting and accommodation (C.D. Binnie, C.J. Fowler, F. Mauguière, R.C. Pottinger, P.F. Prior). 7.3 Staffing and training (C.D. Binnie, C.J. Fowler, P.F. Prior). 7.4 Equipment and servicing (C.D. Binnie, R. Cooper, C.J. Fowler, F. Mauguière, R.C. Pottinger, P.F. Prior). 7.5 Referrals and appointments (C.D. Binnie, C.J. Fowler, F. Mauguière, P.F. Prior). 7.6 Storage of records and reports (C.D. Binnie, C.J. Fowler, F. Mauguière, P.F. Prior). 7.7 Medico-legal considerations (P.C.B. Fenwick, C.D. Binnie, P.F. Prior, B.M. Tedman). 7.8 The integrated digital neurophysiology laboratory (E. Stålberg). 7.9 Combined references for Part 7.