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Information then is chemically transmitted to other neurons via con- nections known as synapses. A good reference to keep on the shelf too! I thing it’s a good entrance to go deeper in the anatomy of CNS.
It is a study stephej helping you to grasp neuroanatomy. I am fortunate to have been one of his students. Jul 21, Melvin Marsh, M. Jul 25, Komang Shary rated it really liked it Shelves: This book is not intended to replace standard reference texts, but rather to be read as a companion text before or during the neuroanatomy course, one which will enable the student to rapidly gain an overall’ perspective of clinical neuroanatomy.
I would recommend using it alongside an anatomy text book until you learn all of the structures that he referenced though. Many details are omitted for practical purpose and the author offered some ideas on how to memorize stuff. Williamounttosomething rated it really liked it Nov 24, Useful addition to other more comprehensive texts. This book gives an excellent review of all of the some clinical goldberb in a way that is easy to understand.
Apr 09, Jon rated it it was amazing.
It is not a synopsis of neuroanatomy; goldbefg simply condense larger books and are insufficient for the medical student’s needs. The book now includes and interactive CD with a lab section, 3D rotations, interactive anatomy, tutorial on neurologic localization, and quiz. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple (Interactive Ed.)
But the basic logic of neuroanatomy is simple. I also thank Drs.
Open Preview See a Problem? It is also of practical value neuroanatomg nurses and paramedical personnel who are confronted with neurological problems. Smaller, clinically-oriented books must eliminate those aspects of the basic science which have little clinical bearing and emphasize those aspects vital to patient care.
Ernst Scharrer, just prior to his untimely death, was my teacher’in neuroanatomy at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. This now-classic text presents the most relevant points in clinical neuroanatomy with mnemonics, humor and case presentations.
Nov 17, Shelley rated it really liked it. I am especially indebted to Dr. Nov 16, Allegra S rated it really liked it.
The major pathways in the spinal cord are presented simultaneously, rather than in succession, to facilitate comparisons among the pathways. The cover illus- tration was prepared by Sixten Netzler. The drawings and explanations related to the brainstem were particularly helpful, providing mnemonics after concepts were presented.
I refer to it over and over. Cervical nerve 8 is unique since there is no correspondingly numbered vertebra. Overall, I would recommend this book to anyone – like me – who str This book lives up to its name!
Unfortunately, too limited to get away with it only, even for non-neurologists. Med School Nerds Like Me.
Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple (Interactive Ed.) : Stephen Goldberg :
It’s not ridiculously simple. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Outside the CNS i. Thanks for telling us about the problem. It also provides a rapid review for medical Boards and other exams which tend to emphasize clinically relevant aspects of neuro- anatomy. The spinal cord ends at about vertebral level L2 but nerves U-SS continue caudally as the cauda equina “horse’s tail” to exit by their corresponding vertebrae Fig.
Jun 27, Michael David rated it really liked it. The mnemonics and humor in this book do not intend any disrespect for patients or original investigators. They are employed as an educational device, as it is well known that the best memory techniques involve the use of ridicu- lous associations. It’s a simple add-on to “heavy” textbooks on neuroanatomy, that offers some nice mnemonics and creative presentation of typical anatomical pearls.
Beryn Frank for editing the manuscript. Three of the seven categories of the motor and sensory nuclei have been eliminated in the radi- cally different presentation of the brain stem as a modified spinal cord with only four categories of nuclei: A good refresher simmple apply basic neuroanatomy to clinical neurology.
Overall, I would recommend this book to anyone – like me – who struggled a bit to grasp the structures of neuroanatomy as presented in other textbooks or lectures. To see what your friends thought of this riciculously, please sign up. PaperbackThird Edition97 pages.