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TitleAddictive substances and neurological disease : alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, and drugs of abuse in everyday lifestyles
Author edited by Ronald Ross Watson, Sherma Zibadi
ImprintLondon, United Kingdom : Elsevier/Academic Press, [2017]
Edition First edition
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Descript xv, 398 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm


I: Alcohol and neurological dysfunction -- Acute ethanol-induced changes in microstructural and metabolite concentrations on the brain: noninvasive aunctional brain Imaging -- Prenatal alcohol exposure and neuroglial changes in neurochemistry and behavior in animal models -- Alcohol on histaminergic neurons of brain -- Antenatal alcohol and histological brain disturbances -- Alcohol intoxication and traumatic spinal cord injury: basic and clinical science -- Visual and auditory changes after acute alcohol ingestion -- Zebrafish models of alcohol addiction -- Effect of alcohol on the regulation of a-Synnuclein in the human brain -- Consumption of ethanol and tissue changes in the central nervous system -- Ethanol consumption and cerebellar disorders -- Gene expression in CNS regions of genetic rat models of alcohol abuse -- Role of TLR4 in the ethanol-induced modulation of the autophagy pathway in the brain -- Ghrelinergic signaling in ethanol reward -- Alcoholic neurological syndromes -- Frontal lobe dysfunction after developmental alcohol exposure: implications from animal models -- Ethanol's action mechanisms in the brain: from lipid general alterations to specific protein receptor binding -- Antioxidant vitamins and brain dysfunction in alcoholics -- Serotonin deficiency and alcohol use disorders -- II: Addictive substances and behavioral health -- Functional reorganization of reward- and habit-related brain networks in addiction -- Ethanl: neurotoxicity and brain disorders -- Functionally relevant brain alterations in polysubstance users: differences to monosubstance users, study challenges, and implications for treatment -- Deep brain stimulation: a possible therapeutic technique for treating refractory alcohol and drug addiction behaviors -- III: Tobacco smoking in neuromodulation -- Understanding the roles of genetic and environmental influences on the neurobiology of nicotine use -- Tobacco smoke and nicotine: neurotoxicity in brain development -- Paradise lost: a new paradigm for explaining the interaction between neural and psychological changes in nicotine addiction patients -- Interactions of alcohol and nictotine: CNS sites and contributions to their co-abuse -- Role of basal forebrain in nicotine alcohol co-abuse -- Chronic and acute nicotine exposure versus placebo in smokers and nonsmokers: a systematic review of resting-state fMRI studies -- IV: Drugs of abuse and brain structure and function -- Novel psychoactive substances: a new behavioral and mental health threat -- Cholesterol and caffeine modulate alcohol actions on cerebral arteries and brain -- Sleep, caffeine, and physical activity in older adults -- Ketamine: neurotoxicity and neurobehavioral disorders -- Left/right hemispheric "Unbalance" model in addiction

Substance abuse -- Physiological aspects Substance abuse -- Psychological aspects Drugs of abuse -- Physiological effect Nervous system -- Diseases Substance-Related Disorders -- complications Neurologic Manifestations Behavior Addictive -- physiopathology

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