Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Miscellanea on Encephalopathies

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Radu Tanasescu
Radu Tanasescu

Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy,
Romania

Published18 April 2012

Doi10.5772/1191

ISBN978-953-51-0499-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-5274-3

Copyright year2012

Number of pages216

The book project “Miscellanea on Encephalopathies” aims to cover some of the important aspects of infectious-related encephalopathies, post-transplantation and drug-induced encephalopathies, by transmitting valuable information filtered through the real life clinical and research experience of the authors.

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Open access  chapters

1. Posttransplantation Encephalopaties

By Daniela Anghel, Laura Dumitrescu, Catalina Coclitu, Amalia Ene, Ovidiu Bajenaru and Radu Tanasescu

2,121
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2. HIV Encephalopathy - Now and Then

By Cristina Loredana Benea, Ana-Maria Petrescu and Ruxandra Moroti-Constantinescu

6,225
4. Mechanisms of Cell Death in the Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies

By Fiona Lane, James Alibhai, Jean C. Manson and Andrew C. Gill

1,694
5. Molecular Pathogenesis of Prion Diseases

By Giuseppe Legname and Gianluigi Zanusso

3,140
6. Acute Encephalopathies and Psychiatry

By Karim Sedky, Racha Nazir and Steven Lippmann

6,897
7. Current Advances in Cerebral Malaria Associated Encephalopathy

By Mingli Liu, Shanchun Guo, Monica Battle and Jonathan K. Stiles

3,330

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