Neurology=Неврологія: Підручник для мед. ун-тів, інст., акад. Затверджено МОН
ISBN: 978-617-505-595-3
Автор: Ірина Анатоліївна Григорова, Лариса Іванівна Соколова, Роман Дмитрович Герасимчук та ін.; за ред. Ірини Анатоліївни Григорової, Лариси Іванівни Соколової
Рік: 2017
Мова: англійська
Сторінок: 624
Обкладинка: тверда
Ціна: 530 грн.

The national textbook presents topical diagnostics of nervous system diseases and the main sections of clinical neurology from the standpoint of classical medicine and current scientific advances. The main topical principles of the structure of the central and peripheral nervous system, symptoms of cranial nerve disorders, issues of neurophysiology and its peculiarities in childhood are discussed in detail. The book outlines the fundamentals of modern diagnostics of nervous diseases and its methods (electrophysiological, ultrasound, computed tomography, biochemical), which make it possible to study the structure and functions of the nervous system, its metabolism, and hemodynamics under conditions of physiology and pathology.
The textbook is intended for students of higher education establishments — medical universities, institutes, and academies, and also interns, neurologists, and family doctors.

Chapter 1. Basic Principles of Structure and Functioning of the Nervous System
General principles of structure of the nervous system
Main stages of development of the nervous system
General Principles of Functioning of the Nervous System
Chapter 2. Sensitive System and Symptoms of its Lesion
Anatomy of the Analyzer of the Superficial Types of Sensitivity
Anatomy of the Analyzer of the Deep Types of Sensitivity (Muscular-Joint, Vibratory and the Tactile Part)
Different Methods of Research of Sensitivity
Kinds and Types of Sensitivity Disorders
Syndromes of the Lesion of Sensitive Pathways at Different Levels
Chapter 3.Tthe System of Motor Activity
The Reflex Activity
The System of Voluntary Movements
The Extrapyramidal System
Statocoordinatory System
Chapter 4. General Anatomic-Physiological Characteristic of the Cranial Nerves
Chapter 5. Integrational Systems of the Brain
The Cerebral Cortex
The White Matter of Cerebral Hemispheres
The Cognitive Functions and Their Disturbance
Chapter 6. Autonomic Nervous System
Anatomofunctsional Features
Regulation of Urination and Its Disorders
Methods of Research of the Autonomic Nervous System
Syndromes of the Lesion of the Autonomic Nervous System
Chapter 7. Features of Research of the Nervous System in Children of Early Age
General Data on the Development of the Nervous System in Children
Features of the Reflex Sphere in Newborns
Development of the Motor Functions
Features of Formation of the Highest Mental Functions
Features of the Neurologic Examination of Children
Semiotics of the Neurologic Disorders at Different Age
Chapter 8. The Cerebrospinal Fluid. Syndromes of of Irritation of the Meninges
Anatomic-Physiological Features of the System of the Cerebrospinal Fluid
Investigation of the Cerebrospinal Fluid
Symptom-Complex of Irritation of the Meninges
Chapter 9. Additional Methods of Investigation
Electrophysiological Methods of Investigation
The Ultrasonic Methods of Investigation
The Methods of Visualization of the Skull, Vertebral Column, Vessels, Brain, and Spinal Cord
The Morphological Methods of Investigation
Other Methods of Investigation
Tests to Part 1 «The General Neurology»
Chapter 10. Vascular Diseases of the Brain and Spinal Cord
The Blood Supply of the Brain
The Vascular Diseases of the Brain
The Blood Supply of the Spinal Cord
The Disorders of the Circulation of the Spinal Cord
Chapter 11. diseases of the peripheral nervous system
Vertebrogenic Lesions of the Peripheral Nervous System
Lesions of the Intervertebral Ganglia and Plexuses
Lesion of the Roots and Nerves of the Spinal Cord
Lesions Of Separate Nerves Of The Spinal Nerves
Neuralgia And Neuropathy Of The Cranial Nerves
Chapter 12. Infectious Diseases of the Central Nervous System
The Cerebral Arachnoiditis
Prion Diseases
Chapter 13. Parasitic and Fungal Diseases of the Nervous System
Chapter 14. Neuroaids
General Characteristic of HIV Infection
The Neurologic Implications of the HIV Infection Caused by Direct Influence of the Virus on the Nervous System
The Treatment
Chapter 15. Neurosyphilis
Chapter 16. Damage of the Nervous System in Tuberculosis
The Tuberculous Meningitis (Meningocephalitis)
The Tuberculous Vasculitis
The Brain Tuberculoma
The Tuberculous Abscess of the Brain
The Tuberculous Myelopathies
The Tuberculous Meningocephalitis In Combination With The Lesion of the Nervous System on the Aids
The Tuberculous Meningocephalitis in Combination With The Fungal Infection of the Nervous System
The Tuberculous Intoxication (Vegetative Dystonia Syndrome Somatogenically Caused by the Tuberculous Intoxication)
Chapter 17. Demyelinating Diseases
The Multiple Sclerosis
The Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis
Chapter 18. He