Pathology of Peripheral Nerves: An Atlas of Structural and Molecular Pathological Changes
Springer Science & Business Media, 2001 - 380 pagine
This atlas illustrates pathological changes of peripheral nerves covering experimental and human, light and electron microscopic, immunohistochemical, morphometric and moleculargenetic aspects. Basic general pathologic reactions are shown as well as characteristic alterations in a large number of specific diseases affecting the peripheral nervous system (PNS) primarily or secondarily. The 1050 illustrations are of diagnostic significance for those studying peripheral nerves at the miscroscopic or ultrastructural level, and for neurologists, neurosurgeons, neurobiologists, and electrophysiologists trying to understand the underlying structural changes causing the clinical signs and symptoms of a variety of diseases and disorders.
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Epidemiology and Classification of Peripheral Nerve Disorders
General Lesions and Reactions of Peripheral Nerves
Neuropathies Due to Systemic Metabolic Disturbances
Hereditary Motor and Sensory Neuropathies
Hereditary Neuropathies with Predominantly Sensory and Autonomous Disturbances
Further Recessive Disorders Involving Peripheral and Central Neuronal Systems
Hereditary and Sporadic Neuropathies with Special Localization
Inflammatory Neuropathies Neuritis Polyneuritis Vasculitis Perineuritis Sarcoidosis
Angiopathic Neuropathies and Hypoxidosis
Association of Neuropathy with Predominating Diseases of the Central Nervous System
Tumors of the Peripheral Nervous System
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