The ever-improving emergency care of those who have suffered serious cerebrovascular disease has shifted the treatment objective towards helping sufferers regain independence - meaning that there is an increased need to understand, manage and treat the residual deficits. The Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology of Stroke focuses on the diagnosis and management of behavioral and cognitive problems in patients with cerebrovascular disease. Written to be practical for clinical use, the book contains diagnosis and management strategies for all disorders observed in stroke patients, including acute and later problems, and aiming to minimize long-term disability. All important information related to each disorder is summarized in key-point tables. Fully updated throughout and containing five new chapters, this new edition brings the book up to date with the major advances of the last five years. This book will be of value to all clinicians caring for stroke patients, neuroscientists, neuropsychologists, neurorehabilitationists and a wide range of therapists.
Preface; Part I. Vascular Cognitive Impairment: 1. Introduction: what is vascular cognitive impairment? José G. Merino and Vladimir Hachinski; 2. Vascular cognitive impairment in the memory clinic Paige Moorhouse and Kenneth Rockwood; 3. Vascular cognitive impairment in the stroke unit and after the acute stage Olivier Godefroy, Claire Leclercq and Martine Roussel; Part II. Analytic Approach: The Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology of Stroke: 4. Cognitive and behavioral disorders according to stroke site and side Isabel P. Martins, Lara Caeiro and José M. Ferro; Section 1. Motor and Gestural Disorders: 5. Movement and gestural disorders: abnormal movement and motor behavior Luc Defebvre and Pierre Krystkowiak; 6. Limb apraxia: a disorder of gesturing and object use Tim Vanbellingen and Stephan Bohlhalter; Section 2. Aphasic, Arthric, Calculation, and Auditory Disorders: 7. Vascular aphasias Alexandre Croquelois and Olivier Godefroy; 8. Dysarthria Pascal Auzou; 9. Alexia and agraphia in acute chronic stroke Argye E. Hillis; 10. Acalculia Laurent Cohen and Stanislas Dehaene; 11. Auditory disorders related to strokes Bernard Lechevalier, Jany Lambert, Sylvain Moreau, Hervé Platel and Fausto Viader; Section 3. Hemineglect, Anton-Babinski, and Right Hemisphere Syndromes: 12. Hemispatial neglect Patrik Vuilleumier and Arnaud Saj; 13. Anosognosia and denial after right hemisphere stroke Phillippe Azouvi and Anne Peskine; 14. Asomatognosia: disorders of the bodily self Sebastian Dieguez and Jean-Marie Annoni; 15. Disorders of visuoconstructive ability Diane Dupuy and Olivier Godefroy; 16. Topographical disorientation Bertille Périn and Olivier Godefroy; Section 4. Visual Agnosia and Balint's Syndrome: 17. Cortical blindness Alain Vighetto and Pierre Krolak-Salmon; 18. Balint's syndrome Alain Vighetto and Pierre Krolak-Salmon; 19. Prosopagnosia Thomas Busigny, Eugene Mayer and Bruno Rossion; 20. Object and color agnosia Georg Goldenberg; Section 5. Executive and Memory Disorders: 21. Dysexecutive syndromes Olivier Godefroy and Donald T. Stuss; 22. Disorders of episodic memory Michael P. Alexander and Chun Lim; 23. Working memory dysfunction in stroke patients Abid Qureshi and Argye E. Hillis; Section 6. Behavoral and Mood Disorders: 24. Alterations of level of consciousness related to stroke Marc D. Reichart; 25. Akinetic mutism and related disorders Didier Leys and Hilde Hénon; 26. Delirium and confusional state in stroke patients Hilde Hénon and Didier Leys; 27. Delusion, mania and personality changes Pierre Thomas; 28. Depression after stroke and cerebrovascular disease Maree Hackett; 29. Fatigue after stroke Mansur A. Kutlubaev and Gillian E. Mead; Part III. Dementia and Management of Vascular Cognitive Impairment: 30. Vascular dementia Hugues Chabriat and Olivier Godefroy; 31. Cognitive and behavioral assessment of vascular cognitive impairment Sandra Black and David Nyenhuis; 32. Treatment of patients with post-stroke dementia Marie-Anne Mackowiak and Florence Pasquier; Index.