The first of two volumes on the topic, this volume brings together 13 articles on neuropsychiatric syndromes that lie between the fields of neurology and psychiatry, such as minor hemisphere syndromes; body representation disorders; misoplegia; pali and echo phenomena; pathological yawning, laughing, and crying; catastrophe reaction and emotionalism; non-drug addictive and obsessive-compulsive symptoms after focal brain lesions; hypersexuality in neurological disorders; the KlEver-Bucy syndrome; Diogenes syndrome; segmental craniocervical
dystonia; REM sleep behavior disorder; and Charles Bonnet syndrome and other hallucinatory phenomena.
Pediatric patients with achondroplasia: CT evaluation of the craniocervical
junction instability, Occipitocervical fusion.
artery dissection (CCAD) corresponds to a hematoma in the wall of the internal carotid or vertebral artery, and is a major cause of stroke in young and middle aged adults (1).
arterial dissections as sequelae of chiropractic manipulation: patterns of injury and management.
Lie the patient in a prone position, and bend the head forward to fully extend the craniocervical
The condition can lead to craniocervical
instability, where the skull is unstable in relation to the neck, often described as being like a pumpkin on a toothpick.
There are usually coexisting injuries to the skull base or craniocervical
ligaments, most commonly the tectorial membrane.
dissections are a major cause of stroke, particularly among young adults.
Analise da postura craniocervical
de criancas respiradoras bucais apos tratamento postural em bola suica.
Botulinum-A toxin in the treatment of craniocervical
muscle spasms: short- and long-term, local and systemic effects.
This sophisticated scanner was used in one seminal study which linked craniocervical
trauma and resulting pathology in multiple sclerosis patients to dynamically visualized abnormalities in CSF hydrodynamics, which is hypothesized by the authors of the study as to play an "important etiologie role in the genesis of Multiple Sclerosis.