Chapter 1: Movement Disorders: Approach, Definitions and differential Diagnosis.
Martin Cloutier, Anthony E. Lang.
Chapter 2: Rating Scales for Movement Disorders.
Wonodi I, Hong EH, Avila MT, Gunvant Thaker.
Chapter 3: Spontaneous movement disorders in psychiatric patients.
Irene Richard, Christopher O’Brien, Roger Kurlan.
Section 2: Antipsychotics.
Chapter 4: Pharmacology of typical and atypical agents.
Gary Remington, Shitij Kapur.
Chapter 5: Acute Drug-induced Dystonia.
Michael F. Mazurek, Patricia I. Rosebush.
Chapter 6: Drug-Induced Parkinsonism.
Joseph H. Friedman, Martha E. Trieschmann, Hubert H. Fernandez.
Chapter 7: Acute Akathisia.
Author: Lenard A. Adler, John Rotrosen, Burt Angrist.
Chapter 8: Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome.
Stewart A. Factor.
Chapter 9: Classical Tardive Dyskinesia.
Thomas M. Hyde, MD, Jose A. Apud, Whitney C. Fisher, Michael F. Egan.
Chapter 10: Tardive dyskinesia Variants.
Skidmore F, Weiner W, Burke R.
Chapter 11: Movement Disorders caused by atypical antipsychotics.
Karen E. Anderson.
Chapter 12: Commentary: Is Tardive dyskinesia disappearing?James Lohr, MD.
Section 3: Dopaminomimetic Drugs.
Chapter 13: Dyskinesia induced by levodopa and dopamine agonists in Parkinson’s disease.
John G. Nutt, Matthew Brodsky.
Chapter 14: Stimulant Drugs.
Anthony E. Munson, Juan Sanchez-Ramos, William J Weiner.
Section 5: Other Drugs.
Chapter 15: Antidepressants.
Marie L. Moro-de-Casillas, David E. Riley.
Chapter 16: Anticonvulsants.
John C. Morgan, Madeline Harrison.
Chapter 17: Miscellaneous Drugs.
"In conclusion, this comprehensive review of drug-induced movement disorders will be extremely useful to every clinician, particularly those interested in the fields of neurology and psychiatry."
Christian Wider, European Neurology, December 5th 2005
- this second edition updates and provides current state of the art clinical approaches to this subject.
- includes information on drug-induced movement disorders
- edited by pioneers in the field
- a valuable addition to the library of any neurologist