Part 1 Basic Neurophysiology Chapter 1 Basics of Neurophysiology Squire M. Stead, MD, PhD Chapter 2 Electrophysiologic Generators in Clinical Neurophysiology Terrence D. Lagerlund, MD Chapter 3 Waveforms and Artifacts Devon I. Rubin, MD Jasper R. Daube, MD Part 2 CLINICAL ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY Adult EEG Chapter 4 Adult EEG DS Normal and Benign Variants Jeffrey W. Britton, MD Chapter 5 Adult EEG DS Artifacts and the EEG Jeffrey W. Britton, MD Chapter 6 Adult EEG DS Epileptiform Activity Katherine H. Noe, MD, PhD Joseph F. Drazkowski, MD Chapter 7 Adult EEG DS Abnormal Non-epileptiform Activity Joseph I. Sirven, MD Barbara Westmoreland, MD Pediatric EEG Chapter 8 Pediatric EEG DS Normal Maturational Changes Katherine C. Nickels, MD Chapter 9 Pediatric EEG DS Epileptiform Activity Elaine C. Wirrell, MD Lily Wong-Kisiel, MD EEG DS Special Studies and Surgical Monitoring Chapter 10 Computer-Assisted Ambulatory Electroencephalography Jerry J. Shih, MD William O. Tatum, DO Chapter 11 Prolonged Video Electroencephalography Cheolsu Shin, MD Chapter 12 Electroencephalographic Special Studies Gregory A. Worrell, MD, PhD Terrence D. Lagerlund, MD Chapter 13 Epilepsy Surgery Evaluation: EEG and SPECT Joseph F. Drazkowski, MD Chapter 14 EEG Trend Analysis in the ICU Amy Z. Crepeau, MD Chapter 15 Digital Signal Processing Terrence D. Lagerlund, MD Chapter 16 Clinical Applications: Assessing Central Nervous system Symptoms Elson L. So, MD Part 3 CLINICAL ELECTROMYOGRAPHY Nerve Conduction Studies Chapter 17 Motor Nerve Conduction Studies: Compound Muscle Action Potentials Lyell K. Jones, MD James C. Watson, MD Chapter 18 Sensory Nerve Conduction Studies: Sensory Nerve Action Potentials Eric J. Sorenson, MD Chapter 19 Late Responses: F waves and H reflexes Ruple S. Laughlin, MD Chapter 20 Repetitive Nerve Stimulation Studies Kathleen D. Kennelly, MD, PhD Chapter 21 Cranial Reflexes and Related Testing Benn E. Smith, MD Chapter 22 Quantitative Motor Unit Number Estimates Eric J. Sorenson, MD Jasper R. Daube, MD Chapter 23 Technical Issues and Potential Complications of Nerve Conduction Studies Devon I. Rubin, MD Needle Electromyography Chapter 24 Needle Electromyography Devon I. Rubin, MD Chapter 25 Quantitative Electromyography Benn E. Smith, MD Chapter 26 Single Fiber Electromyography Brian A. Crum, MD C. Michel Harper, Jr. MD Chapter 27 Neuromuscular Ultrasound in the EMG Lab Andrea J. Boon, MD Chapter 28 Pitfalls and Potential Complications of Needle EMG Devon I. Rubin, MD Chapter 29 Application of Clinical Neurophysiology: Assessing Peripheral Neuromuscular Conditions Devon I. Rubin, MD Jasper R. Daube, MD Part 4 EVOKED POTENTIALS Chapter 30 Somatosensory Evoked Potentials James C. Watson, MD Jonathan L. Carter, MD Chapter 31 Visual Evoked Potentials Jonathan L. Carter, MD Chapter 32 Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potentials in Central Disorders Jonathan L. Carter, MD Chapter 33 Motor Evoked Potentials Jeffrey A. Strommen, MD Andrea J. Boon, MD Chapter 34 Contact Heat Evoked Potentials Benn E. Smith, MD Part 5 ASSESSMENT OF AUTONOMIC FUNCTION Chapter 35 Autonomic Physiology William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD Chapter 36 Quantitative Sudomotor Axon Reflex and Related Tests Phillip A. Low, MD Chapter 37 Evaluation of Adrenergic Function Phillip A. Low, MD Chapter 38 Thermoregulatory Sweat Test Robert D. Fealey, MD Chapter 39 Cardiovagal Reflexes William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD Chapter 40 Electrophysiology of Pain Paola Sandroni, MD, PhD Part 6 CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF MOVEMENT DISORDERS Chapter 41 Movement-Related Potentials and Event-Related Potentials Rene L. Utianski , PhD John N. Caviness, MD Chapter 42 Long Latency Reflexes and the Silent Period Jay A. Van Gerpen, MD John N. Caviness, MD Chapter 43 Electrophysiology of Movement Disorders Bryan T. Klassen, MD James H. Bower, MD Joseph Y. Matsumoto, MD Jay A. Van Gerpen, MD John N. Caviness, MD Chapter 44 Deep Brain Stimulation Electrophysiology Bryan T. Klassen, MD Part 7 ASSESSMENT OF SLEEP Chapter 45 Assessment of Sleep and Sleep Disorders Michael H. Silber, MD, ChB Cameron D. Harris Part 8 INTRAOPERATIVE MONITORING Chapter 46 Cerebral Function Monitoring Elson L.So, MD Chapter 47 Brain Stem and Cranial Nerve Monitoring Brian A. Crum, MD Chapter 48 Spinal Cord Monitoring Jeffrey A. Strommen, MD Andrea J. Boon, MD Chapter 49 Peripheral Nervous System Monitoring Jeffrey A. Strommen, MD C. Michel Harper, MD Part 9 ASSESSMENT OF THE VESTIBULAR AND ACOUSTIC SYSTEM Chapter 50 Audiogram, Acoustic Reflexes, and Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions Christopher D. Bauch, PhD Wayne O. Olsen Chapter 51 Brain Stem Auditory Evoked Potentials in Peripheral Acoustic Disorders Christopher D. Bauch, PhD Wayne O. Olsen Chapter 52 Vertigo and Imbalance Davin A. Zapala, PhD Part 10 ELECTRICAL CONCEPTS AND SAFETY Chapter 53 Electricity and Electronics in Clinical Neurophysiology Terrence D. Lagerlund, MD Chapter 54 Volume Conduction Terrence D. Lagerlund, MD Devon I. Rubin, MD Jasper R. Daube, MD Chapter 55 Electrical Safety in the Laboratory and Hospital Terrence D. Lagerlund, MD
Devon Rubin is professor of neurology and consultant in the department of neurology at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, where he serves as the director of the EMG laboratory. He completed his neurology and clinical neurophysiology training at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. His special interest and area of expertise is in education in clinical neurophysiology, and he has developed and authored numerous, unique interactive digital EMG teaching tools. He has been the recipient of the Mayo Clinic Distinguished Educator Award for recognition of his excellence in education. Jasper Daube is a clinical neurologist and clinical neurophysiologist with degrees from Princeton University, University of Rochester School of Medicine, University of Wisconsin, and Mayo Clinic. His special interests include neuromuscular diseases. He is an Honorary Member and Distinguished Neurology Teacher of the American Neurological Association; has won the Presidential Award and Neurology Teacher Award; and President American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine.
"There is no other volume of clinical neurophysiology that is as concise, complete, and readable. The graphics capture the essence of the disorders being demonstrated and new chapters have added breadth to the spectrum of clinical neurophysiological topics covered." --Kerry Levin, MD, Director, Department of Neurology, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH "The 4th edition of Clinical Neurophysiology in the "black book" series continues its reputation for being a comprehensive reference in clinical neurophysiology. The book is richly illustrated. Topics of basic neurophysiology, volume conduction, digital signal processing and electrical safety are covered. EEG, nerve conduction study, needle EMG, evoked potentials, sleep, autonomic testing and hearing/balance are covered in groups of chapters which include comprehensive presentations of techniques along with both normal and abnormal findings. Advanced and emerging topics of intraoperative monitoring, ICU EEG and neuromuscular ultrasound are also covered. This book should be in the library of every neurology and physical medicine rehabilitation residency and clinical neurophysiology fellowship program." --John C. Kincaid, MD, Professor of Neurology, Indiana University and IU Health, Indianapolis, IN