Edited by Monica P. Islam, MD and E. Steve Roach, MD, Neurocutaneous Syndromes provides comprehensive coverage of neurocutaneous syndromes and details the latest molecular and genetic science. The first edition text is geared toward clinical practitioners and the neuroscience, clinical neurology and neurogenetics research communities. Neurocutaneous Syndromes is part of the Handbook of Clinical Neurology series.
Published by Elsevier (2015)
More than two dozen pediatric specialists from Nationwide Children’s Hospital contributed to the “Manual of Pediatric Neurology.” Edited by Pedro Weisleder, MD, PhD, the text is geared to the interests of primary care pediatricians, sub-specialists, medical students, clinical residents and nurses. The contributing physicians represent an array of disciplines, from child neurology and neurosurgery to cardiology, hospice and palliative care, and infectious diseases.
Published by World Scientific Publishing Co. (2012)
The third edition is written by Nationwide Children’s Hospital attendings and Ohio State University faculty members E. Steve Roach, MD, Warren D. Lo, MD, and Geoffrey Heyer, MD. The first edition of this book in 1988 was the first book on childhood stroke, and the third edition has been thoroughly updated to incorporate new imaging techniques and treatments.
The highly respected standard has been fully revised and updated. Lead author E. Steve Roach, MD, is Chief of Pediatric Neurology and Vice-Chair of Pediatrics at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology at The Ohio State University.
Nationwide Children’s child neurologist and residency program director Pedro Weisleder, MD, PhD, and his co-editor developed this text for healthcare professionals who want to learn more about what is topical in the field of pediatric epilepsy. Examples include: the effect of anti-epilepsy medications on bone health, the reciprocal relationship between sleep and epilepsy, and the effect that epilepsy and its treatment have on young women.
The second edition describes newer imaging modalities and updates information about the clinical findings of Sturge-Weber Syndrome. Co-editor E. Steve Roach, MD, is Chief of Pediatric Neurology and Vice-Chair of Pediatrics at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology at The Ohio State University.
Dr. Michael Racke (Professor, Department of Neurology, The Ohio State University)