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3549728 Patestas,M.; Gartner, L. P.:
A Textbook of Neuroanatomy
  Preis:   € 79,50

Einband: Paperback
Auflage: 2. Auflage
Verlag: Wiley Blackwell
Erscheinungsdatum: 04/2016
Seiten: 544 pp

ISBN-10: 1-118-67746-3   
ISBN-13: 9781118677469


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Beschreibung
Newly revised and updated, A Textbook of Neuroanatomy, Second Edition is a concise text designed to help students easily master the anatomy and basic physiology of the nervous system. Accessible and clear, the book highlights interrelationships between systems, structures, and the rest of the body as the chapters move through the various regions of the brain.

Building on the solid foundation of the first edition, A Textbook of Neuroanatomy now includes two new chapters on the brainstem and reflexes, as well as dozens of new micrographs illustrating key structures. Throughout the book the clinical relevance of the material is emphasized through clinical cases, questions, and follow-up discussions in each chapter, motivating students to learn the information. A companion website is also available, featuring study aids and artwork from the book as PowerPoint slides. A Textbook of Neuroanatomy, Second Edition is an invaluable resource for students of general, clinical and behavioral neuroscience and neuroanatomy.
Inhalt
PART I General Principles of the Nervous System

1. Introduction to the Nervous System

CELLS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM

PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM

QUESTIONS TO PONDER

2. Development of the Nervous System

CLINICAL CASE

EARLY DEVELOPMENT

NEURULATION

EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF THE SPINAL CORD AND BRAIN

DEVELOPMENT OF THE SPINAL CORD

DEVELOPMENT OF THE BRAIN

CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS

SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS

FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE

QUESTIONS TO PONDER

3. Histophysiology of the Nervous System

CLINICAL CASE

NEURONS

NEUROGLIA

GENERATION AND CONDUCTION OF NERVE IMPULSES

CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS

SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS

FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE

QUESTIONS TO PONDER

4. Neurotransmitter Substances

CLINICAL CASE

CLASSIFICATION OF NEUROTRANSMITTER SUBSTANCES

CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS

FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE

QUESTIONS TO PONDER

5. Spinal Cord

CLINICAL CASE

MORPHOLOGY OF THE SPINAL CORD

INTERNAL MORPHOLOGY OF THE SPINAL CORD

VASCULAR SUPPLY OF THE SPINAL CORD

CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS

SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS

FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE

QUESTIONS TO PONDER

6. Gross Anatomy of the Brain

CLINICAL CASE

CEREBRUM

DIENCEPHALON

CEREBELLUM

BRAINSTEM

CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS

SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS

FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL

CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER

7. Brainstem

INTERNAL ORGANIZATION OF THE BRAINSTEM

MEDULLA

PONS

MIDBRAIN

CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS

SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS

QUESTIONS TO PONDER

8. Meninges and Cerebrospinal Fluid

CLINICAL CASE

CRANIAL MENINGES

SPINAL MENINGES

VENOUS SINUSES OF THE CRANIAL DURA MATER

CEREBROSPINAL FLUID

VENTRICLES OF THE BRAIN

CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS

SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS

FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE

QUESTIONS TO PONDER

9. Vascular Supply of the Central Nervous System

CLINICAL CASE

VASCULAR SUPPLY OF THE SPINAL CORD

ARTERIAL SUPPLY OF THE BRAIN

VENOUS DRAINAGE OF THE BRAIN

CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS

SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS

FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE

QUESTIONS TO PONDER

10. Autonomic Nervous System

CLINICAL CASE

SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM

PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM

ENTERIC NERVOUS SYSTEM

NEUROTRANSMITTERS AND RECEPTORS OF THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM

PELVIC AUTONOMIC FUNCTIONS

CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS

SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS

FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE

QUESTIONS TO PONDER

11. Spinal Reflexes

COMPONENTS OF REFLEXES

LOWER MOTONEURONS

SKELETAL MUSCLE INNERVATION

SKELETAL MUSCLE RECEPTORS

MUSCLE STRETCH REFLEX

RECIPROCAL INHIBITION

AUTOGENIC INHIBITION

WITHDRAWAL REFLEX

CROSSED EXTENSION REFLEX

MAINTENANCE OF MUSCLE TONE VIA THE GAMMA LOOP

ALPHA-GAMMA COACTIVATION

SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS

QUESTIONS TO PONDER

PART II Integrative Components of the Nervous System

12. Ascending Sensory Pathways

CLINICAL CASE

SENSORY RECEPTORS

ANTEROLATERAL SYSTEM

TACTILE SENSATION AND PROPRIOCEPTION

SENSORY PATHWAYS TO THE CEREBELLUM

CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS

MODULATION OF NOCICEPTION

NEUROPLASTICITY

SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS

FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE

QUESTIONS TO PONDER

13. Motor Cortex and Descending Motor Pathways

CLINICAL CASE

CORTICAL AREAS CONTROLLING MOTOR ACTIVITY

Zielgruppe/Leser
Neuroscience, Bio Science, Pathology
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