Operative Neuromodulation: Volume 2: Neural Networks Surgery (Google eBook)
Neuromodulation is a rapidly evolving multidisciplinary biomedical and biotechnological field. The two volumes present the state-of-the-art in established and emerging applications for pain, spasticity, movement disorders, bladder and bowel dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, epilepsy, psychiatric illness, impairment of hearing and vision, and computational neuromodulation. Experts describe the neural networks involved and the appropriate surgical approaches, provide clinical guidelines, technical descriptions of implanted devices, proposals for refinements and personal views on future prospects of the field. The immense therapeutic potential is highlighted which arises from the close collaboration of biomedical scientists and biotechnological engineers in this area and signifies the transition from the conventional 'resective' surgery to functional neuroprosthetic surgery (Vol. I) and neural networks surgery (Vol. II) which uses neuro-engineering to improve impaired neural function. Vol. 2 describes the techniques and procedures applied by direct a) contact with the central nervous system or cranial nerves, in order to modulate the function of neural networks as in the case of motor cortext stimulation for pain or vagus nerve stimulation for epilepsy, or b) in deeply located structures inside the nervous system, in order to alter the function on specific networks as in the case of deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease.
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cerebral neuromodulatory and neuroablative approaches
Extradural cortical stimulation for central pain
Motor cortex stimulation for neuropathic pain
current state and future prospects
Stimulation of primary motor cortex for intractable deafferentation pain
Cathodal anodal or bifocal stimulation of the motor cortex in the management of chronic pain?
Somatosensory cortex stimulation for deafferentation pain
Localization of precentral gyrus in imageguided surgery for motor cortex stimulation
Neurosurgical aspects of temporal deep brain stimulation for epilepsy
the centromedian thalamic target
Anterior thalamic nucleus stimulation for epilepsy
Cerebellar and thalamic stimulation treatment for epilepsy
A novel closedloop stimulation system in the control of focal medically refractory epilepsy
from the excision of brain tissue to the chronic electrical stimulation of neural networks
Neuromodulation of the inferior thalamic peduncle for major depression and obsessive compulsive disorder
Anatomical and physiological basis clinical and surgical considerations mechanisms underlying efﬁcacy and future prospects of cortical stimulation f...
current state and future prospects
Neuromodulatory approaches to the treatment of trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias
Deep brain stimulation for neuropathic pain
deep brain stimulation ablation and transplantation
current use and perspectives for the future
GDNF delivery for Parkinsons disease
Neuronal networks of the basal ganglia and the value of recording ﬁeld potentials from them
Technical aspects and considerations of deep brain stimulation surgery for movement disorders
Deep brain stimulation for Parkinsons disease
Neuromodulation of prelemniscal radiations in the treatment of Parkinsons disease
Deep brain stimulation for torsion dystonia
Deep brain stimulation for treatment of cervical dystonia
Subthalamic nucleus stimulation for primary dystonia and tardive dystonia
rationale current status and future prospects
Extradural cortical stimulation for movement disorders
Motor cortex stimulation for Parkinsons disease
Stereotactic stimulation of the anterior lobe of the cerebellum in cerebral palsy from a suboccipital approach
Electrical stimulation devices in the treatment of epilepsy
Brain stimulation for epilepsy
Clinical experience with vagus nerve stimulation and deep brain stimulation in epilepsy
indications and limitations
outcome in two series combining 90 patients
Electrical stimulation and genebased neuromodulation for control of medicallyrefractory epilepsy
Rationale mechanisms of efﬁcacy anatomical targets and future prospects of electrical deep brain stimulation for epilepsy
Anatomical and physiological basis and mechanism of action of neurostimulation for epilepsy
The role of neuromodulation of the hippocampus in the treatment of intractable complex partial seizures of the temporal lobe
Chronic high frequency stimulation of the posteromedial hypothalamus in facial pain syndromes and behaviour disorders
rationale anatomical and physiological basis of efﬁcacy and future prospects
Experimental and clinical aspects of the efferent auditory system
Functional outcome of auditory implants in hearing loss
current state and future directions with special reference to the subtonsillar approach for implantation
past present and future prospects
Auditory cortex stimulation for tinnitus
Implantable visual prostheses
engineering and manufacturing perspectives
A neuroprosthesis for restoring sight
surgical opthalmological and histopathological perspectives
role of computer modeling
Computational models simulating electrophysiological activity in the basal ganglia
Computational perspectives on neuromodulation of aging
The periaqueductal grey area and the cardiovascular system
Therapeutic potential of computer to cerebral cortex implantable devices
prospects of a new technology based on carbon nanoﬁber arrays
towards a cultured probe
a reciprocal selfregulated neuromodulation
stereotactic neurophysiological recording and deep brain stimulation electrode placement software system
deep brain stimulation parameter selection software system
implications for neuromodulation therapies of anxiety and affective disorders
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