Plural Publishing, Inc.; 2nd edition (January 24, 2020)
Jacob R. Brodsky, Robert C. O'Reilly, Sharon L. Cushing, Thierry Morlet
978-1635501469, 9781635501469, 9781635501483
Manual of Pediatric Balance Disorders – Original PDF
This thoroughly updated second edition of Manual of Pediatric Balance Disorders remains a vital resource for clinicians and students specializing in pediatric vestibular and balance disorders. The text is organized for effective use in the clinic, classroom, bedside, or laboratory, and is separated into four parts: Basic Mechanisms, Clinical Evaluation, Pediatric Vestibular Disorders, and Treatment. Each chapter ends with Self-Assessment Questions to aid in reader comprehension and address important chapter topics.
Manual of Pediatric Balance Disorders features contributions from 45 experts across the fields of otolaryngology, audiology, neurology, and physical therapy, and represents the distillation of years of cumulative clinical and research experience.
New to the Second Edition
- New Co-Editor, Jacob R. Brodsky, MD, FACS, FAAP
- Five new chapters with the latest research and findings on various testing and topics in pediatric balance disorders
- Chapter 7. Video Head Impulse Testing (vHIT)
- Chapter 12. New Horizons for the Evaluation of Functional Balance, Self-Motion Perception, Navigation, and Mobility
- Chapter 13. Genetics and Metabolism in Pediatric Vestibular Disorders
- Chapter 15. Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
- Chapter 24. Vertigo, Dizziness and Mental Health
- Fully rewritten chapters on migraine and concussion
- Updated references and self-assessment questions throughout
- Access to a PluralPlus companion website with videos and figures
This video demonstrates the Midline Head Hang Maneuver and can be found in Chapter 15 on the companion website accompanying this book.