Movement Disorder Emergencies

Diagnosis and Treatment

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ISBN: 978-1-60761-834-8 (Print) 978-1-60761-835-5 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xviii

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    Pages 1-7

    A Brief Introduction to Movement Disorders

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    Pages 9-28

    Acute Parkinsonism

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    Pages 29-41

    Parkinsonism-Hyperpyrexia Syndrome in Parkinson’s Disease

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    Pages 43-57

    Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

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    Pages 59-74

    Malignant Catatonia

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    Pages 75-92

    Psychosis and Parkinson’s Disease

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    Pages 93-103

    Abductor Paresis in Shy–Drager Disease

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    Pages 105-123

    Movement Disorder Emergencies of the Upper Aerodigestive Tract

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    Pages 125-135

    Dystonic Storm

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    Pages 137-141

    Pseudodystonic Emergencies

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    Pages 143-149

    Tardive and Neuroleptic-Induced Emergencies

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    Pages 151-161

    Hemiballism–Hemichorea

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    Pages 163-177

    Sydenham’s Chorea, PANDAS, and Other Post-streptococcal Neurological Disorders

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    Pages 179-188

    Emergencies in Huntington’s Disease

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    Pages 189-198

    Acute Spinal Rigidity

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    Pages 199-209

    Tic Emergencies

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    Pages 211-216

    Malignant Phonic Tics

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    Pages 217-239

    Serotonin Syndrome

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    Pages 241-248

    Risks and Dangers from Hyperekplexia and Other Startle Disorders

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    Pages 249-267

    Perioperative Emergencies Associated with Deep Brain Stimulation

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