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Clinical neuroanatomy / Stephen G. Waxman, MD, PhD

By: Waxman, Stephen G [author].
Publisher: New York : Mcgraw-Hill Education, c2017Edition: 28th edition.Description: xi, 362 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0071847707; 9781259921612.Subject(s): Neuroanatomy | Nervous System -- anatomy & histology | Nervous System Diseases -- diagnosis
Contents:
SECTION I: BASIC PRINCIPLES -- Fundamentals of the nervous system -- Development and cellular constituents of the nervous system -- Signaling in the nervous system -- SECTION II: INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL THINKING -- The relationship between neuroanatomy and neurology -- SECTION III: SPINAL CORD AND SPINE -- The spinal cord -- The vertebral column and other structures surrounding the spinal cord -- SECTION IV: ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN -- The brain stem and cerebellum -- Cranial nerves and pathways -- Diencephalon -- Cerebral hemispheres/Telencephalon -- Ventricles and coverings of the brain -- Vascular supply of the brain -- SECTION V: FUNCTIONAL SYSTEMS -- Control of movement -- Somatosensory systems -- The visual system -- The auditory system -- The vestibular system -- The reticular formation -- The limbic system -- The autonomic nervous system -- Higher cortical functions -- SECTION VI: DIAGNOSTIC AIDS -- Imagining of the brain -- Electrodiagnostic tests -- Cerebrospinal fluid examination -- SECTION VII: DISCUSSION OF CASES -- Discussion of cases -- APPENDIX A: THE NEUROLOGIC EXAMINATION -- APPENDIX B: TESTING MUSCLE FUNCTION -- APPENDIX C: SPINAL NERVES AND PLEXUSES -- APPENDIX D: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Summary: Clinical Neuroanatomy, Twenty-Eight Edition offers and accessible, easy-to-remember synopsis ofneuroanatomy and its functional and clinical implications. Since many of us learn and remember better when material is presented visually, this accliamed resource incldes not only clinical mateiral such as brain scans and pathololgical specimens, but also hundreds of diagrams and tables that are designed to be clear and memorable. -- back cover
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Includes bibliographic references and index

SECTION I: BASIC PRINCIPLES -- Fundamentals of the nervous system -- Development and cellular constituents of the nervous system -- Signaling in the nervous system -- SECTION II: INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL THINKING -- The relationship between neuroanatomy and neurology -- SECTION III: SPINAL CORD AND SPINE -- The spinal cord -- The vertebral column and other structures surrounding the spinal cord -- SECTION IV: ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN -- The brain stem and cerebellum -- Cranial nerves and pathways -- Diencephalon -- Cerebral hemispheres/Telencephalon -- Ventricles and coverings of the brain -- Vascular supply of the brain -- SECTION V: FUNCTIONAL SYSTEMS -- Control of movement -- Somatosensory systems -- The visual system -- The auditory system -- The vestibular system -- The reticular formation -- The limbic system -- The autonomic nervous system -- Higher cortical functions -- SECTION VI: DIAGNOSTIC AIDS -- Imagining of the brain -- Electrodiagnostic tests -- Cerebrospinal fluid examination -- SECTION VII: DISCUSSION OF CASES -- Discussion of cases -- APPENDIX A: THE NEUROLOGIC EXAMINATION -- APPENDIX B: TESTING MUSCLE FUNCTION -- APPENDIX C: SPINAL NERVES AND PLEXUSES -- APPENDIX D: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Clinical Neuroanatomy, Twenty-Eight Edition offers and accessible, easy-to-remember synopsis ofneuroanatomy and its functional and clinical implications. Since many of us learn and remember better when material is presented visually, this accliamed resource incldes not only clinical mateiral such as brain scans and pathololgical specimens, but also hundreds of diagrams and tables that are designed to be clear and memorable. -- back cover

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