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Neurocutaneous diseases

John A. Aita

Neurocutaneous diseases

by John A. Aita

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Published by C.C. Thomas in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Skin -- Diseases.,
  • Nervous system -- Diseases.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 55-85.

    Statementby John A. Aita.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRL701 .A4
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 85 p.
    Number of Pages85
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5952517M
    LC Control Number65025732
    OCLC/WorldCa4348494

    A. Neurocutaneous Disorders 1. Formerly called phakomatoses 2. Group of diseases with characteristic cutaneous and. neurologic findings and most with familial tendencies 3. Often have dysplasia of other organ systems. B. Overview of Selected Neurocutaneous Disorders (Table ) A. Neurofibromatosis 1. Most common neurocutaneous disorder 2. Purpose: The book is written for neurologists, dermatologists, geneticists, and pediatricians to review and in particular to update the biochemical and genetic basis of these diseases. It covers all of the neurocutaneous disorders and thus meets the authors' objective of providing readily accessible source of information about the clinical Price: $

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Neurocutaneous diseases. Boston: Butterworths, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. For assistance, please contact: AAN Members () or () (International) Non-AAN Member subscribers () or () option 3, select 1 (international).

    Neurocutaneous diseases are a wide group of conditions that affect the nervous system but appear as lesions of the skin. Some of the more common entities have variable forms of expression that can.   This book is a superb international accomplishment, and a significant asset for clinicians worldwide With this encyclopaedic text in hand, one feels a refreshing sense of confidence in assessing patients with neurocutaneous disorders." Robert Schwartz, The Lancet Neurology, Vol 8 April From the PublisherPrice: $


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Neurocutaneous Diseases is a systematic presentation limited to diseases that affect both of the nervous system and skin of humans. Neurologists and dermatologist will find knowledge of these diseases of real clinical value. Many of the diseases described in these pages do not affect the skin and nervous system simultaneously.

Many of these diseases, mostly not well understood, may. Neurocutaneous Diseases is a systematic presentation limited to diseases that affect both of the nervous system and skin of humans. Neurologists and dermatologist will find knowledge of these diseases of real clinical value.

Many of the diseases described in these pages do not affect the skin and nervous system simultaneously. Neurocutaneous Diseases is a systematic presentation limited to diseases that affect both of the nervous system and skin of humans.

Neurologists and dermatologist will find knowledge of these diseases of real clinical value. Many of the diseases described in these pages do not affect the skin and nervous system Edition: 1.

Neurocutaneous Diseases is a systematic presentation limited to diseases that affect both of the nervous system and skin of humans. Neurologists and dermatologist will find knowledge of these diseases of real clinical value.

Many of the diseases described in these pages do not affect the Neurocutaneous diseases book and nervous system : Elsevier Science.

Neurocutaneous Diseases is a systematic presentation limited to diseases that affect both of the nervous system and skin of humans. Neurologists and dermatologist will find knowledge of these diseases of real clinical value. Many of the diseases described in these pages do not affect the skin and nervous system : Elsevier Science.

Neurocutaneous syndromes are disorders that affect the brain, spinal cord, organs, skin, and bones. The diseases are lifelong conditions that can cause tumors to grow in these areas. They can also cause other problems such as hearing loss, seizures, and developmental problems.

Neurocutaneous diseases are a wide group of conditions that affect the nervous system but appear as lesions of the skin. Some of the more common entities have variable forms of expression that can confuse the diagnosis; for the rare conditions it is difficult to find descriptions in the literature.

Purchase Neurocutaneous Disorders - 2nd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN  Neurocutaneous syndromes are disorders that affect the brain, spinal cord, organs, skin, and bones. The diseases are lifelong conditions that can cause tumors to grow in these areas.

They can also cause other problems such as hearing loss, seizures, and developmental problems. The skin contains different types of nerve fiber endings, each with a different function. These nerve fibers are the axons from projecting neurons whose cell bodies are located in the dorsal root ganglia (DRG) or trigeminal ganglia (TG) and can be classified according to both diameter and myelination ().Large fibers (Aβ) are thickly myelinated and carry light touch and mechanical information.

Neurocutaneous syndrome is a broad term for a group of rare neurological (brain, spine, and peripheral nerve) disorders.

These diseases are lifelong conditions that can cause tumors to grow inside the brain, spinal cord, organs, skin, and skeletal bones.

The most common disorders found in. He originally used the phrase to describe two diseases: neurofibromatosis and tuberous sclerosis. The first documented cases of phakomatoses are said to date back to It has since become a spectrum of diseases, with other neurocutaneous diseases being incorporated under the umbrella term.

Neurocutaneous Diseases is a systematic presentation limited to diseases that affect both of the nervous system and skin of humans.

Neurologists and dermatologist will find knowledge of these diseases of real clinical value. Many of the diseases described in these pages do not affect the skin and nervous system simultaneously.1/5(1).

Neurocutaneous melanosis (NCM) is a rare, non-inherited condition of the central nervous is characterized by melanocytic nevi in both the skin and the brain. Two-thirds of people with NCM have giant congenital melanocytic nevi, and the remaining one-third have numerous lesions but no giant lesions.

The typical cutaneous lesions are present at birth. Section 5: Multi-focal neurological disease and its management e.g. meningitis, myelitis, poliomyelitis, AIDS, demyelination diseases, neurocutaneous disease, and more. This book will be very useful for medical students and residents in Internal Medicine or Neurology.

10/ this book from others in the field. Succinctly given, patient-focused information makes Aicardi’s Diseases of Nervous System in Childhood a comprehensive yet readable resource for busy clinicians in paediatric neurology, general paediatrics, neurodisability and all the related medical disciplines.

• Covers large areas of paediatric neurology. The neurocutaneous disorders (NCDs) embrace an extensive group of developmental disorders associated with involvement of the skin, central nervous system (CNS), and/or the peripheral nervous system (PNS).

The neurocutaneous manifestations relate to the common ectodermal origin of these organs. This review intended for the practicing clinical neurologist focuses on selected aspects. Neurocutaneous Disorders - edited by E.

Steve Roach January Introduction. The Coffin–Siris syndrome (CSS) is a multiple congenital anomalies/mental retardation syndrome (MCA/MR) of hitherto unknown etiology (Coffin & Siris, ).

Genre/Form: Bibliographies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aita, John A. (John Andrew), Neurocutaneous diseases. Springfield, Ill., C.C. Thomas []. 'The reader is most definitely in for a treat provides the essential clinical and genetic data which points the way to the future.'From the foreword by Roger N.

RosenbergThe neurocutaneous disorders comprise a group of neurological disorders featuring skin lesions and often eye lesions, central and peripheral nervous system tumors, brain malformations, mental retardation, and psychiatric Format: Hardcover.

Congenital ectodennoses (neurocutaneous syndromes) in epileptic Neurol Psychiatr – Thomas GH, Howell ed screening tests for genetic metabolic disease. Year Book Medical Publishers Inc. Chicago,   NEUROCUTANEOUS SYNDROME 1. Lindau Disease • PHACE Syndrome • Ataxia Telangiectasia • linear Nevus Syndrome • Hypomelanosis of Ito • Incontinentia Pigmenti REFERENCE • Nelson text book of pediatrics • OP Ghai text book of pediatrics • Google images group of diseases termed neurocutaneous syndromes, with considerable overlap of neurologic and dermatologic manifesta-tions.

This review discusses the clinical.