Neuroimaging in Neurogenic Communication Disorders (Original PDF from Publisher)

Neuroimaging in Neurogenic Communication Disorders (Original PDF from Publisher)

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1

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12.2 MB

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Publisher PDF

Language

‎English

Publisher

Elsevier

ISBN-10

9780128238752

ISBN-13

9780128242018

$30.00

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Neuroimaging in Neurogenic Communication Disorders (Original PDF from Publisher)

1.1.Description

“Neuroimaging in Neurogenic Communication Disorders”  offers a comprehensive exploration of cases employing neuroimaging to understand and address neurogenic communication disorders.

The book covers essential neuroanatomy and medical conditions associated with speech and language disorders resulting from damage to the central or peripheral nervous system, such as Parkinson’s disease, stroke, dementia, traumatic brain injury, and brain tumors.

Targeting medical students, practitioners, and researchers in neuroscience and speech-language pathology, each case study provides insights into neuroanatomy, case presentation, neuroimaging, differential diagnosis, and final diagnosis.

The focus is on acquired neurogenic communication disorders, including apraxia, dysarthria, and aphasia, with cases organized by anatomical entities involved in lesions.

This resource serves as a valuable guide for those seeking a deeper understanding of the intricate relationship between neuroimaging and neurogenic communication disorders.

 

 

Neuroimaging in Neurogenic Communication Disorders

Neuroimaging in Neurogenic Communication Disorders

 

Summary

“Neuroimaging in Neurogenic Communication Disorders” is a comprehensive resource that explores the application of neuroimaging in cases of neurogenic communication disorders.

Tailored for medical students, practitioners, and researchers in neuroscience and speech-language pathology, the book integrates essential neuroanatomy and medical knowledge related to speech and language disorders.

Each case study within the book includes a thorough examination of neuroanatomy, presenting symptoms, neuroimaging findings, differential diagnosis, and the ultimate diagnosis.

Focused on acquired neurogenic communication disorders such as apraxia, dysarthria, and aphasia resulting from conditions like Parkinson’s disease, stroke, dementia, traumatic brain injury, and brain tumors, the book is a valuable guide for understanding the intricate relationships between neuroanatomy and pathology in the realm of speech and language disorders.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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