Handbook of Neurological Sports Medicine (inbunden)
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Handbook of Neurological Sports Medicine (ed.)
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41 illustrations, 129 photos
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Handbook of Neurological Sports Medicine (inbunden)

Handbook of Neurological Sports Medicine

Concussion and Other Nervous System Injuries in the Athlete

Inbunden Engelska, 2014-08-28
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Reference for professionals who may encounter neurological injuries in their athletes or patients, including athletic trainers, physical therapists, emergency medical technicians, and physicians, as well as students studying in these fields.
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Anthony L. Petraglia, MD, graduated from the University of Chicago in 2002 with a BA in neuroscience and earned his medical degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in 2007. He completed his residency in neurological surgery at the University of Rochester Medical Center in 2014. Petraglia was the first neurosurgery resident to complete a neurological sports medicine fellowship, and is currently an attending neurosurgeon at Unity Health System in Rochester, New York, where he is also the director of the concussion program. Petraglia has presented nationally and internationally on neurological sports medicine, has published numerous manuscripts and book chapters on various aspects of neurological surgery, and performs editorial duties for several medical journals. His membership in professional organizations includes the Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) and the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS), and he has served as an assistant to the Sports Medicine Section of the AANS/CNS. He has worked as a physician with several collegiate and high school football teams, as a neurosurgical consultant for the Webster Youth Sports Council, and as a medical director for cyclocross racing. Julian E. Bailes, Jr., MD, earned a BS from from Louisiana State University in 1978, and his MD from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans in 1982. He completed a general surgery internship at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in 1983 and a neurological surgery residency at Northwestern University in Chicago in 1987, as well as a fellowship in cerebrovascular surgery at the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix. Bailes was director of cerebrovascular surgery at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh from 1988 until 1997 and later at Celebration Health Hospital in Orlando, where he also was the director of emergency medical services at both the city and county levels. In 2000, Bailes assumed the position of professor and chair in the department of neurosurgery at West Virginia University School of Medicine in Morgantown. He most recently assumed the position of chair of the department of neurosurgery at NorthShore University Health System in Chicago and is co-director of the Neurological Institute. Bailes is a past chair of the Sports Medicine Section for the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. He has more than 100 publications concerning various aspects of neurological surgery, including three books on neurological sports medicine, and performs editorial duties for numerous medical journals. He is an internationally recognized expert on neurological athletic injuries and has been a team physician at either the National Football League (NFL) or collegiate level for more than 20 years. Since 1992, he has been the neurological consultant to the NFL Players' Association (NFLPA), which has sponsored his research on the effects of head injuries on professional athletes. He is the director of the NFLPA's Second Opinion Network. He is the medical director of the Center for Study of Retired Athletes, which is affiliated with the NFLPA and the University of North Carolina, and is the medical director of Pop Warner Football, the nation's largest youth football association. Arthur L. Day, MD, graduated from Louisiana State University Medical School in 1972. He completed his surgical internship iin Birmingham, Alabama, and subsequently completed his residency in neurological surgery and fellowship in brain tumor immunology at the University of Florida College of Medicine in Gainesville,


Part 1: General Concepts Chapter 1. Athletes and Neurological Injuries: A View From 10,000 Feet A Stroll Through History The Present Spectrum of Neurological Injury in Sports Concluding Thoughts References Chapter 2. Medicolegal Considerations in Neurological Sports Medicine With Increased Awareness Comes Increased Scrutiny The King of Concussions Negligence Duty and Breach Violation of a Statutory Duty Standard of Care Defined by Experts Standard of Care Established Through Literature, Rules, Protocols and Textbooks Good Samaritan Laws Proximate Cause Assumption of the Risk Theories of Negligence Cases of Interest NFL and NCAA Concussion Litigation Concluding Thoughts References Chapter 3. Having a Game Plan Developing an Emergency Action Plan Caring for Athletic Injuries Responsibilities of Host and Visiting Medical Staff Concluding Thoughts References Part 2: Sport-Related Head Injuries Chapter 4. Biomechanics, Pathophysiology, and Classification of Concussion Biomechanics and Basic Concepts Lessons Learned From Football Lessons Learned From Other Sports Pathophysiology of Concussion Classification of Concussion and Grading Systems Concluding Thoughts References Chapter 5. In the Trenches: Acute Evaluation and Management of Concussion Presentation Acute Evaluation Concluding Thoughts References Chapter 6. Neuroimaging and Neurophysiological Studies in the Head-Injured Athlete Standard Neuroimaging Advanced Structural Techniques Advanced Functional Techniques Neurophysiological Techniques Concluding Thoughts References Chapter 7. Neuropsychological Assessment in Concussion Use of Symptom Checklists Value of Neuropsychological Assessment of Concussion Issues With Computerized Assessments Other Considerations Other Issues Addressed by Neuropsychologists in the Assessment of Concussed Patients Concluding Thoughts References Chapter 8. Role of Balance Testing and Other Adjunct Measures in Concussion Balance Assessment in Concussion Emerging Technology and Future Directions for Adjunct Measures of Assessment in Concussion Concluding Thoughts References Chapter 9. Postconcussion Syndrome What's in a Definition Scope of the Problem A Neuroanatomical Substrate for Prolonged Symptoms Psychogenesis of PCS and PPCS A Modern Conceptual Framework for PCS and PPCS Concluding Thoughts References Chapter 10. Neuropathology of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Definition of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Posttraumatic Encephalopathy Versus Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Gross Morphology and Histomorphology of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Concluding Thoughts References Chapter 11. The Emerging Role of Subconcussion A Working Definition Laboratory Evidence of Subconcussive Effects Clinical Evidence of Subconcussion Concluding Thoughts References Chapter 12. Severe Head Injury and Second Impact Syndrome Cerebral Contusions and Intraparenchymal Hemorrhage Traumatic Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Subdural