Dr A-J.RAIMONDI, M.CHOUX, C.DI ROCCO : Head injuries in the newborn and infant.

TABLE DES MATIÈRES

Series Preface : V
Contributors : IX
Chapter 1 : Intrauterine Development of the Skull – Isao Yamamoto and Osamu Sato. 1
Chapter 2 : Embryological Concepts for Head Injury in the Newborn and Infant – Kunihiko Osaka and Shizuo Oi. 19
Chapter 3 : The Cerebrospinal Fluid Pathways : Structure and Development – David G. MeLone. 33
Chapter 4 : The Postnatal Development of the Brain and Its Coverings – Warwick l. Peacock. 53
Chapter 5 : Normal Developmental Milestones, the Significance of Delayed Milestones, and Neurodevelopmental Evaluation of Infants and Young Children – Marianne Larsen. 67
Chapter 6 : Effects on Head Form of Intrauterine Compression and Passage Through the Birth Canal – Niels Sorensen. 83
Chapter 7 : Traumatic Birth Injuries – Karl H. Hovind. 87
Chapter 8 : Germinal Matrix Hemorrhage (GMH) Syndrome and Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH) Syndrome in the Newborn – Jens Haase. 111.

Chapter 9 : Epidemiology and Etiology of Craniocerebral Trauma in the First Two Years of Life – Concezio Di Rocco and Francesco Velardi. 125
Chapter 10 : Clinical Criteria – Children’s Coma Score and Outcome Scale – for Decision Making in Managing Head-Injured Infants and Toddlers – Anthony J. Raimondi and Jeffrey Hirschauer. 141
Chapter 11 : Medical Management of Head Injuries in Neonates and Infants – Marion L. Walker and Bruce B. Storrs. 151
Chapter 12 : Incidence, Diagnosis, and Management of Skull Fractures – Maurice Choux. 163
Chapter 13 : Cerebral Damage – Robert L. McLaurin and Richard Towbin. 183
Chapter 14 : Intracranial Hematomas – Maurice Choux, Gabriel Lena, and Lorenzo Genitori. 203
Chapter 15 : Perinatal and Posttraumatic Seizures – N. Chiofalo, J. Madsen, and L. Basauri. 217
Chapter 16 : Posttraumatic Cerebral Vascular Injuries – Anthony J. Raimondi. 233
Chapter 17 : Posttraumatic Hydrocephalus in the Neonate and Infant – Thomas G. Luerssen, Leslie N. Sutton, Derek A. Bruce, and Luis Schut. 241
Chapter 18 : Outcomes of Craniocerebral Trauma in Infants – Harold J. Hoffman and Chopeow Taecholarn. 257
Chapter 19 : Rehabilitation Medicine Following Severe Head Injury in Infants and Children – G. Kaiser, A. Riideberg, I. Fankhauser, and C. Zumbiihl. 263
Index : 281

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