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by Ronald A. Bergman,Adel K. Afifi

Free eBook Functional Neuroanatomy: Text and Atlas, 2nd Edition (LANGE Basic Science) download ISBN: 0071408126
Author: Ronald A. Bergman,Adel K. Afifi
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 2 edition (February 18, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 512
Category: Medicine
Subcategory: Medicine
Size MP3: 1632 mb
Size FLAC: 1339 mb
Rating: 4.1
Format: lrf azw doc lit


Ronald A. Bergman, P. I have purchased three copies of this text for myself and several of my team members. This is a fabulous text and is well worth the price.

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Adel K. Afifi, Ronald A. Bergman. McGraw Hill Professional, 18 февр. Superbly illustrated, this core textbook reinforces an understanding of basic neuroanatomical structures by emphasizing their clinical significance in neurologic disease. Featuring a seamless integration of over 400 illustrations within the text, Functional Neuroanatomy includes cross-sectional atlas views of the brain and brain stem, MRI images in three planes, and key concepts identified within each chapter. This is a superbly illustrated core textbook for medical and health science students that provides an understanding of basic neuroanatomical structures by emphasising their clinical significance in neurologic disease. It provides the principles of neuroanatomy together with superb illustrations typically found in a stand-alone atlas. It includes unique clinical correlation chapters that describe the clinical relevance of key neuroanatomical structures.

Functional Neuroanatomy : Text and Atlas. by Ronald A. Bergman and Adel K. Afifi.

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Functional Neuroanatomy book. Superbly illustrated, this core textbook reinforces an understanding of basic neuroanatomical structures by emphasizing their clinical significance in neurologic disease

Functional Neuroanatomy book. Featuring a seamless integration of over 400 illustrations within the text, Functional Neuroanatomy includes cross-sectional atlas views of the brain and brain stem, MRI images in three p.

Adel Afifi, Ronald Bergman. Afifi (neurology, anatomy, University of Iowa) and Bergman (anatomy and cell biology, University of Iowa) provide clinical correlation chapters and simplified schematics to illustrate neural pathways, in this medical text emphasizing human neuroanatomy. An extensive atlas of spinal cord and brain sections, as well as magnetic resonance images in three planes, is included.

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Featuring a seamless integration of over 400 illustrations within the text, Functional Neuroanatomy includes cross-sectional atlas views of the brain and brain stem, MRI images in three planes, and key concepts identified within each chapter. Скачать с помощью Mediaget.

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Superbly illustrated, this core textbook reinforces an understanding of basic neuroanatomical structures by emphasizing their clinical significance in neurologic disease. Featuring a seamless integration of over 400 illustrations within the text, Functional Neuroanatomy includes cross-sectional atlas views of the brain and brain stem, MRI images in three planes, and key concepts identified within each chapter.

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AGAD
I love this book. I first came across it when I was in training to be a physical and medicine rehab doc. It explains the structure and function of human neuro anatomy in an easy to read and understand format. I used my 1990’s edition to review hearing structure and function for a talk I gave to first year medical students. I suddenly realized that I needed an updated version. I use it at my office to quickly review neuro anatomy because it is that easy to use.
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If you want to learn neuroanatomy i suggest using a lippincott or another book for the theoretical and this book for it's clinical correlates. Would've rated it lower if not for the clinical correlate sections at the end of every chapter.
Kage
I have purchased three copies of this text for myself and
several of my team members. This is a fabulous text
and is well worth the price. Thank you/srp
Rainshaper
a bit on the dense side for me....
Yggdi
I bought this book because it was dual-purpose. One, it has understandable text describing neurophysiological pathways. Two, it has a text which had cross sections of the CNS in magnetic resonance and cadaver sections. In addition, to many easy-to-follow, educational diagrams, it has brief one-line summaries of the breadth on each page. It is an excellent choice for a neurological reference text for a library.
Frostdefender
I am not a bioscience or medical type, so this text is rather out of my field. However, with that said, I have an interest in nervous system functioning and have found _Functional Neuroanatomy_ a very useful reference. It is slightly poorer as a textbook as it suffers from insufficient internal cross referencing (some exists, and a physiology book would no doubt have more). The index is reasonably complete in this regard, but relying on it can be awkward, particularly when it comes to looking up structures which have different names in different texts.
Yananoc
Theres no way to learn everything about the Central Nervous System in an easier way than with this book.Its even got a separate Clinical section for every chapter!! I really enjoyed reading this book, along with Adam's Neurology(another great one).

The only con is that its got a couple of mistakes(maybe not serious) for example when you get to the part describing the Direct and Indirect Talamus-Striatal Pathways and a couple more.