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Cerebral Ischemia in Young Adults: Pathogenic and Clinical Perspectives $295.00
Editors: Alessandro Pezzini and Alessandro Padovani ( Brescia University Medical School, Brescia Italy)
Book Description:
The literature concerning cerebral circulation, its control, its relation to the metabolism of the brain and its disorders, including cerebral ischemia, is very large and reflects an interest which goes back to Greek and Arabian medicine and which has greatly intensified, particularly over the past decades. Data of the literature remain, however, too sparse to propose a pragmatic approach to cerebral ischemia when affecting people at young age. The first purpose of this monograph has been therefore to bring together from such a literature a coherent account of how present concepts and approaches have developed. In this, the authors have been guided by what seems to be the important lines of investigation. Secondly, the evidence from studies which form the basis of the present understanding has been reviewed critically and, where possible, an attempt has been made to pose present controversies in terms which would be helpful in everyday clinical practice.

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Table of Contents:
Preface

List of contributors

1. Epidemiology of ischemic stroke in young adults
(Didier Leys and Stéphanie Debette)pp.1-24

2. Conventional risk factors
(Maurizio Castellano)pp.25-40

3. Migraine and ischemic stroke
(Alessandro Pezzini, Elisabetta Del Zotto, Alessia Giossi, et al.)pp.41-70

4. Oral contraceptives and the risk of stroke: epidemiology, pathophysiologic mechanisms, and risk reduction
(Jeffrey M. Craig and Cheryl D. Bushnell)pp.71-114

5. Drug abuse and stroke
(Sean D Treadwell and Bhomraj Thanvi)pp.115-148

6. The relationship between alcohol consumption and cerebrovascular risk: from epidemiological evidence to biological plausibility
(Simona Costanzo, Augusto Di Castelnuovo, Maria Benedetta Donati, et al.)pp.149-166

7. Infections and ischemic stroke in young adults
(Armin J. Grau and Frederik Palm)pp.167-196

8. HIV infection and ischemic stroke
(Gustavo A. Ortiz and Alejandro A. Rabinstein)pp.197-220

9. Ischemic stroke in pregnancy and puerperium
(Elisabetta Del Zotto, Alessandro Pezzini, Alessia Giossi, et al.)pp.221-252

10. Cervical Artery Dissection
(Caspar Grond-Ginsbach, Christoph Lichy, and Tobias Brandt)pp.253-276

11. Vasculitis
(Marta Altieri, Roberta Priori, Alessio Mercurio, et al.)pp.277-322

12. Moyamoya disease in young adults
(Satoshi Kuroda and Kiyohiro Houkin)pp.323-354

13. PFO/ASA and ischemic stroke in young patients
(Gian Paolo Anzola, Maria Paola Piras, Brunilda Alushi, et al.)pp.355-392

14. Other causes of cardioembolism in young adults
(Riccardo Raddino, Giorgio Caretta, and Enrico Vizzardi)pp.393-422

15. Thrombophilic disorders
(Francesco Guercini, Stefano Radicchia, Maurizio Paciaroni, et al.)pp.423-446

16. Ischaemic stroke in young people and antiphospholipid syndrome
(Pietro Offelli and Vittorio Pengo)pp.447-472

17 Other hematologic causes
(Bianca Maria Ricerca, Giulio Giordano, and Sergio Storti)pp.473-508

18. Venous infarcts in young adults
(José M Ferro and Patrícia Canhão)pp.509-524

19. Cerebral Autosomal Dominant Arteriopathy with Subcortical Infarcts and Leucoencephalopathy (CADASIL): clinical and pathogenetic aspects of a form of genetic vascular dementia
(Antonio Federico, Silvia Bianchi, and Maria Teresa Dotti)pp.525-540

20. Fabry disease and stroke
(Christoph Lichy and Pilar Peredo)pp.541-554

21. Other monogenic causes of ischemic stroke
(Alessandro Pezzini, Elisabetta Del Zotto, Alessia Giossi, et al.)pp.555-570

22. Polygenic ischemic stroke
(Anna Bersano) pp.571-616

23. Mitochondrial diseases
(Massimiliano Filosto and Michelangelo Mancuso)pp.617-652

24. Prognosis after cerebral infarction among young adults
(Halvor Naess)pp.653-678

25. Stroke rehabilitation in young ischemic stroke survivors
(Stefano Paolucci, Francesca Romana Fusco, Luca Pratesi, et al.)pp.679-692

Index pp.693-740

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   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2009
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