¡Oferta! PRIMER ON THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM

PRIMER ON THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM

Autor(es): ROBERTSON
Editorial: ACADEMIC PRESS
Fecha de publicación: diciembre 2011
Nº de edición: 3
Nº de páginas: 730
Medidas: 21x28x4 cms

9780123865250

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The autonomic nervous system controls the body'smechanism for controlling blood pressure, heart rate and other functionsinvolved in the response to stress. This book presents the canon of autonomicneuroscience to students, scientists and physicians in a concise and accessiblemanner. This edition has been greatly expanded and updated and includes all thelatest developments in the field of autonomic cardiovascular regulation andneuroscience. 

 

FEATURES

  • Greatly amplified and updated from previous edition including the latest developments in the field of autonomic cardiovascular regulation and neuroscience

  • Provides key information about all aspects of autonomic physiology and pathology

  • Discusses stress and how its effects on the body are mediated

  • Compiles contributions by over 140 experts on the autonomic nervous system

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1. Development andDifferentiation of Autonomic Neurons

Chapter 2. Central Autonomic Control

Chapter 3. Imaging of Brainstem Sites Involvedin Cardiovascular Control

Chapter 4. Peripheral AutonomicNervous System

Chapter 5. Cotransmission

Chapter 6. NoradrenergicNeurotransmission

Chapter 7. Tyrosine Hydroxylase

Chapter 8. Antidepressant-SensitiveNorepinephrine Transporters

Chapter 9. a1-Adrenergic Receptors

Chapter 10. a2-Adrenergic Receptors

Chapter 11. ß-Adrenergic Receptors

Chapter 12. DopaminergicNeurotransmission

Chapter 13. Dopamine Receptors

Chapter 14. CholinergicNeurotransmission

Chapter 15. Acetylcholine andMuscarinic Receptors

Chapter 16. Nicotinic Receptors

Chapter 17. Serotonin Receptors andNeurotransmission

Chapter 18. PurinergicNeurotransmission and Nucleotide Receptors

Chapter 19. Adenosine Receptors andAutonomic Regulation

Chapter 20. Nitric Oxide andAutonomic Regulation

Chapter 21. GlutamatergicNeurotransmission

Chapter 22. GABAergicNeurotransmission

Chapter 23. Renin-Angiotensin

Chapter 24. Aldosterone and theMineralocorticoid Receptor

Chapter 25. Vasopressin andDisorders of Water Homeostasis

Chapter 26. Calcitonin Gene-RelatedPeptide and Adrenomedullin

Chapter 27. Leptin Signaling andEnergy Homeostasis

Chapter 28. The Endothelin System

Chapter 29. Pharmacology of theNucleous Tractus Solitarii

Chapter 30. Entrainment ofSympathetic Rhythms

Chapter 31. Cross-talk Between BodySystems

Chapter 32. Circadian Rhythms andAutonomic Function

Chapter 33. Baroreceptor Reflexes

Chapter 34. Genetic Determinants ofBaroreflex Function

Chapter 35. Cardiac and OtherVisceral Afferents

Chapter 36. Autonomic Control ofthe Heart

Chapter 37. Cardiac Vagal Ganglia

Chapter 38. Neural Control of BloodVessels

Chapter 39. Physiology of UprightPosture

Chapter 40. Cerebral Circulation

Chapter 41. Autonomic Control ofthe Lower Airways

Chapter 42. GastrointestinalFunction

Chapter 43. The SplanchnicCirculation

Chapter 44. Autonomic Control ofthe Kidney

Chapter 45. Dopamine Mechanisms inthe Kidney

Chapter 46. Autonomic Control ofthe Lower Urinary Tract

Chapter 47. Bladder Function inHealth and Disease

Chapter 48. Physiology andPathophysiology of Female Sexual Function

Chapter 49. Control of the Pupil

Chapter 50. CentralThermoregulation

Chapter 51. Sweating

Chapter 52. Regulation ofMetabolism

Chapter 53. Autonomic Innervationof the Skeleton

Chapter 54. Sex Differences inAutonomic Function

Chapter 55. Autonomic ControlDuring Pregnancy

Chapter 56. Aging and the AutonomicNervous System

Chapter 57. Exercise

Chapter 58. Effects of HighAltitude

Chapter 59. Space Physiology

Chapter 60. Hypothermia andHyperthermia

Chapter 61. Psychological Stressand the Autonomic Nervous System

Chapter 62. Mind-Body Interactions

Chapter 63. Alpha-Synuclein andNeurodegeneration

Chapter 64. Insulin Resistance andthe Autonomic Nervous System

Chapter 65. Salt Sensitivity ofBlood Pressure

Chapter 66. Endothelial Dysfunction

Chapter 67. Inflammation, Immunityand the Autonomic Nervous System

Chapter 68. Oxygen Sensing

Chapter 69. Reactive Oxygen Speciesand Oxidative Stress

Chapter 70. Neurally MediatedSyncope

Chapter 71. Sympatho-VagalImbalance in Hypertension

Chapter 72. Baroreflex Failure

Chapter 73. Blood PressureVariability

Chapter 74. Obesity-AssociatedHypertension

Chapter 75. OrthostaticHypertension

Chapter 76. Heart Failure

Chapter 77. Stress Cardiomyopathyand Takotsubo Syndrome

Chapter 78. Clinical Evaluation ofAutonomic Disorders

Chapter 79. Tilt Table Studies

10. Questions About Head-Up TiltTable Testing

Chapter 80. SympatheticMicroneurography

Chapter 81. Clinical Applicationsof Microneurography

Chapter 82. Clinical SympatheticImaging

Chapter 83. Assessment of theAutonomic Control of the Cardiovascular System by a Frequency Domain Approach

Chapter 84. Assessment of SudomotorFunction

Chapter 85. Cutaneous AutonomicInnervation

Chapter 86. Pheochromocytoma

Chapter 87. Deficiencies ofTetrahydrobiopterin, Tyrosine Hydroxylase and Aromatic L-Amino AcidDecarboxylase

Chapter 88. Dopamine ß-HydroxylaseDeficiency

Chapter 89. Menkes Disease andOther ATP7A-Related Phenotypes

Chapter 90. NorepinephrineTransporter Deficiency

Chapter 91. Monoamine OxidaseDeficiency

Chapter 92. Congenital CentralHypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS) and PHOX2B Mutations

Chapter 93. Multiple System Atrophy

Chapter 94. Parkinsons Disease

Chapter 95. Dementia with LewyBodies

Chapter 96. Pure Autonomic Failure

Chapter 97. Diagnostic Workup of PeripheralNeuropathies with Dysautonomia

Chapter 98. Diabetic AutonomicDysfunction

Chapter 99. Amyloidotic AutonomicFailure

Chapter 100. Autoimmune AutonomicGanglionopathy

Chapter 101. Guillain-Barré Syndrome

Chapter 102. Hereditary AutonomicNeuropathies

Chapter 103. Familial Dysautonomia(Riley-Day Syndrome)

Chapter 104. Autonomic Disturbances inSpinal Cord Injuries

Chapter 105. Drug-Induced AutonomicDysfunction

Chapter 106. Postural TachycardiaSyndrome (POTS)

Chapter 107. Mechanisms of PosturalTachycardia Syndrome

Chapter 108. Symptoms and Signs ofPostural Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS)

Chapter 109. Delayed OrthostaticHypotension

Chapter 110. Chronic FatigueSyndrome and the Autonomic Nervous System

Chapter 111. Joint HypermobilitySyndrome and Dysautonomia

Chapter 112. Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

Chapter 113. Migraine and theAutonomic Nervous System*

Chapter 114. Epilepsy and AutonomicRegulation

Chapter 115. Disorders of Sweating

Chapter 116. Male ErectileDysfunction

Chapter 117. Sleep Apnea

Chapter 118. Altered AdrenalFunction and the Autonomic Nervous System

Chapter 119. Mastocytosis

Chapter 120. Cocaine Overdose

Chapter 121. Complex Regional PainSyndrome

Chapter 122. Carcinoid Tumors

Chapter 123. ParaneoplasticAutonomic Dysfunction

Chapter 124. Abdominal Pain andCyclic Vomiting

Chapter 125. Fecal Incontinence

Chapter 126. Panic Disorder

Chapter 127. Physical Measures

Chapter 128. Water and theOsmopressor Response

Chapter 129. Droxidopa (L-DOPS)

Chapter 130. Midodrine, Adrenergic Agonists andAntagonists

Chapter 131. Agents PotentiatingSympathetic Tone

Chapter 132. Acetylcholinesteraseand its Inhibitors

Chapter 133. Fludrocortisone

Chapter 134. Acarbose

Chapter 135. Erythropoietin inAutonomic Failure

Chapter 136. Somatostatin Agonists

Chapter 137. Harnessing theAutonomic Nervous System for Therapeutic Intervention

Chapter 138. Acupuncture Regulationof Cardiovascular Function

Chapter 139. Bionic Baroreflex

Chapter 140. Anesthetic Managementin Autonomic Disorders

Chapter 141. Evolution of theCardiovascular Autonomic Nervous System in Vertebrates

Chapter 142. Human Physiome

Chapter 143. Modeling the AutonomicNervous System

Chapter 144. Optogenetics

 

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