Manter & Gatz's Essentials of Clinical Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology / Edition 10

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Overview

This classic student-friendly text provides a concise, comprehensive, and clinically-oriented survey of the human nervous system. It's helpful to any student of basic neuroscience, as well as residents and physicians preparing for board examinations.

The book contains both black-and-white and two-color illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

From The Critics
Reviewer: Daniel B. Hier, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This is the 10th edition of Manter and Gatz's classic introduction to neuroanatomy revised by Sid Gilman and Sarah Winans Newman.
Purpose: It is meant as an introduction to neuroanatomy.
Audience: This book will be read primarily by house officers in neurology, psychiatry and neurosurgery. However, students in speech pathology, physical therapy, and occupational therapy will find this book useful and accessible. In addition, clinicians in neurology, psychiatry, neurosurgery, and radiology will find this book a useful review and a handy quick reference for neuroanatomical questions.
Features: Topics covered in this slim but highly readable book include neurophysiology of the axon and synapse. The heart of the book is the group of successive chapters on the sensory system, the motor system, the cerebellum, the limbic system, the thalamus and cortex, visual system, auditory system, and vestibular system. Each chapter is a model of clarity and supported by superb line diagrams that illustrate the important neuroanatomical concepts. Additional chapters cover the CSF, blood supply to the brain, neurodiagnostic testing, and the neurological examination. A short but excellent chapter covers chemical neuroanatomy in the brain.
Assessment: This book is a true gem. It continues a tradition of clearly and concisely summarizing the neuroanatomy needed by clinicians in neurology and psychiatry. The emphasis is on a "systems" approach which will especially appeal to neurologists who have to diagnose system dysfunction. The book continues to improve and is highly recommended. The only caveat is that the brief case studies do not add significant value to this already excellent book.
Daniel B. Hier
This is the ninth edition of Manter and Gatz's classic introduction to neuroanatomy and neurophysiology. The book aims to review all the essentials of neuroanatomy relevant to clinical neurology. The book is aimed at medical students in both their clinical and preclinical years as well as neurology, psychiatry, and rehabilitation medical house officers. The book reviews the nervous system topographically and includes additional chapters on blood supply, chemical neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and approach to the patient. This superb update of a classic text will be widely used by medical students and house officers.
From The Critics
Provides current information (last updated in 1996) on neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and neuropharmacology for both practitioners and students. Case studies and follow-ups, as well as numerous MRIs clarify the material covered in the text. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

5 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780803607729
  • Publisher: F. A. Davis Company
  • Publication date: 7/30/2002
  • Edition description: 10TH
  • Edition number: 10
  • Pages: 281
  • Sales rank: 668,076
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Section 1: Basic Principles

1. Introduction to the Nervous System

2. Physiology of Nerve Cells

Section 2: Peripheral Nervous System

3. Fibers of the Spinal Nerves

4. Spinal Reflexes and Muscle Tone

5. Autonomic Nervous System

Section 3: Ascending and Descending Pathways

6. Pain and Temperature

7. Proprioception, Touch, and Tactile Discrimination

8. Motor Pathways

9. Lesions of the Peripheral Nerves, Spinal Nerve Roots, and Spinal Cord

Section 4: Brain Stem and Cerebellum

10. Organization of the Brain Stem and Cranial Nerves

11. Cranial Nerves of the Medulla

12. Cranial Nerves of the Pons and Midbrain

13. Lesions of the Brain Stem

14. Hearing

15. Vestibular System

16. Cerebellum

Section 5: Forebrain

17. Basal Ganglia

18. Vision

19. Optic Reflexes and Eye Movements

20. Cerebral Cortex and Thalamocortical Connections

21. Limbic System

22. Olfaction

23. Chemical Neuroanatomy

Section 6: Circulation of Blood and Cerebrospinal Fluid

24. Cerebral Arteries Supplying the Forebrain

25. Cerebrospinal Fluid

Section 7: Approaches to Patients with Neurologic Symptoms

26. Clinical Evaluation of Neurologic Disorders

27. Neurologic Diagnostic Tests

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