特発性正常圧水頭症診療ガイドライン 第3版

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発行日: 2020-03-01
分野: 臨床医学:外科  >  脳神経外科学
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特発性正常圧水頭症の診断と治療に関する指針を、EBMに基づいて作成したガイドライン。18項目のクリニカルクエスチョンに対する回答と解説も掲載する。新たに報告された研究成果を踏まえた第3版。

目次

  • 第1部 診療マネジメント編
     序章
     第1章 特発性正常圧水頭症(iNPH)の診断
     第2章 特発性正常圧水頭症(iNPH)の治療

    第2部 クリニカルクエスチョン
     1.疫学
     2.リスクファクター
     3.病理
     4.歩行障害
     5.認知障害
     6.排尿障害
     7.三徴の出現頻度
     8.三徴以外の症候
     9.画像診断
     10.脳脊髄液排除試験
     11.ICP
     12.脳脊髄液・血清生化学的検査
     13.鑑別診断/併存疾患
     14.手術法
     15.シャントシステム
     16.シャント術後管理
     17.術後転帰・長期管理
     18.介護保険と社会資源

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第1部 診療マネジメント編

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