I am about start a project on computational modelling of basal ganglia in the context of Parkinson's disease. My background is mostly on computational side (and some neuroscience too) and I know relatively little about medicine. So I would like to extend my knowledge of the Parkinson-related medical science, so that I see not only separate puzzle pieces.
Could somebody suggest a recent book on Parkinsons's disease from medical perspective (and the more fundamental systems neuroscience it contains, the better)? I am more interested in motor symptoms and cognitive problems (as well as their treatment).
UPD: as was requested in the comments I have done a preliminary search. I don't know what is the best way of looking for such books, so I just looked at Amazon. Restricting my search to the books that have appeared within last 4 years (is it a reasonable window?), I found the following options:
- Parkinson's Disease and other Movement Disorders (Oxford Specialist Handbooks in Neurology) 2nd Edition
- Therapy of Movement Disorders: A Case-Based Approach (Current Clinical Neurology) 1st ed. 2019 Edition
- The Comprehensive Guide to Parkinson's Disease
- Deep Brain Stimulation Programming: Mechanisms, Principles and Practice 2nd Edition
- Deep Brain Stimulation (Dbs) Applications
Is it possible to choose one of them based on the context I gave? I guess I am asking more about choosing between one book within first 4 items and one book within second 3 items, since they are more specific. Or maybe the information in the last 3 form a subset of the information in the first four, I don't know.