By Stephen Waxman
A streamlined, accomplished synopsis of neuroanatomy and its sensible and scientific applications
For greater than seventy years, Clinical Neuroanatomy has been the way in which for medicalstudents, citizens, trainees in health-related fields, and clinicians in perform to achieve an figuring out of neuroanatomy, its practical underpinnings, and its dating to the hospital. Emphasizing the real options, evidence, and buildings, this full-color andengagingly written textual content comprises transparent, memorable tables and diagrams, and is cutting-edge in pathophysiology and prognosis and therapy of neurological disorders.
Here's why Clinical Neuroanatomy is essentialfor board assessment or as a medical refresher:
• greater than three hundred full-color illustrations
• scientific correlations assist you interpret and have in mind crucial neuroanatomic suggestions when it comes to functionality and scientific application
• a variety of computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance photos (MRIs) of the conventional mind and spinal twine; useful magnetic resonance pictures that providea noninvasive window on mind functionality; and neuroimaging reports that illustrate universal pathological entities that have an effect on the frightened system
• assurance of the most recent advances in molecular and mobile biology within the context of neuroanatomy
• a special advent to medical pondering part that places neuroanatomy in a medical perspective
• transparent, easy-to-read tables that encapsulate very important information
• an entire perform examination to check your knowledge
• insurance of the fundamental constitution and serve as of the mind, spinal twine, and peripheral nerves in addition to medical displays of affliction methods related to particular structures
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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005. Waxman SG: Molecular Neurology. Elsevier, 2007. Waxman SG, Kocsis JD, Stys PK (editors): The Axon: Structure, Function, and Pathophysiology. Oxford Univ Press, 1995. SECTION II INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL THINKING The Relationship Between Neuroanatomy and Neurology Neurology, more than any other specialty, rests on clinicoanatomic correlation. Patients do not arrive at the neurologist’s office saying “the motor cortex in my right hemisphere is damaged,” but they do tell, or show, the neurologist that there is weakness of the face and arm on the left.