Clinical Neurophysiology of Sleep Disorders
Elsevier Health Sciences, 1 січ. 2005 р. - 363 стор.
This volume in the Handbook of Clinical Neurophysiology series defines the role of clinical neurophysiology in the study of disorders of sleep.
It includes the physiology of sleep, and the role of clinical neurophysiology in assessing sleep with common and less common methods of testing. The epidemiology of sleep disorders and the wide range of neurophysiologic abnormalities associated with them are described, including disorders associated with other neurologic diseases.
The ultimate reference source for clinical neurophysiologists on disorders of sleep.Volume in a prestigious series published in association with the International Federation of clinical Neurophysiology.International contributor list drawn from around the world.Discusses physiology, techniques used in clinical neurophysiology, and disorders of sleep.
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The physiology of sleep
An overview of polysomnography
Multiple sleep latency test
The maintenance of wakefulness test
The Oxford sleep resistance test
The cyclic alternating pattern CAP in human sleep
Sleep and neuromuscular disorders
REM sleep behavior disorder
Sleep in dementia
focus on Parkinsons disease
Restless legs syndrome and periodic limb movements in sleep
Sleep and epilepsy
historical background technical considerations and clinical indications
Scalp topography and cortical generators of the spectral components of the cyclic alternating
Quantitative analysis of the sleep electroencephalogram
utility and functional signiﬁcance
Epidemiology of sleep disorders in the general population
The syndromes of excessive daytime somnolence excluding narcolepsy and sleeprelated
Obstructive sleep apnea syndromes
Central sleep apnea