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Superbly illustrated and clearly written Neuroanatomical Basis of Clinical Neurology bridges the gap between the twin disciplines of neuroanatomy and neurology, aiding the understanding of neurologic disorders by investigating their anatomic basis. The extensive coverage of the peripheral and central nervous systems in the context of neurological disorders and conditions sets it apart from other neuroanatomy texts.

The book covers both morphological and functional aspects of neuroanatomy. It describes the anatomy of each component of the central, peripheral, and somatic nervous systems in detail, and then demonstrates the relationship between neuroanatomy and the function of the sensory and motor systems. The author has skilfully integrated text and diagrams, highlighting and clarifying the numerous functionally important pathways in the central and peripheral nervous systems. In addition, he includes descriptions of molecular pathways within cells, and the ways in which their perturbation can give rise to disease mechanisms.

The extensive illustrations and comprehensive coverage combine to make Neuroanatomical Basis of Clinical Neurology an extraordinarily complete resource to the human nervous system and the principles of neuroscience.

This is a superbly illustrated, clearly written student textbook for courses on medical neuroscience, neuroanatomy and basic neurology, and neurobiology. The peripheral and nervous systems are covered in the context of neurological disorders and conditions, with emphasis on clinical disorders and enhanced visualization of the nervous system. Of the book’s nearly 500 illustrations, 231 are in color and 165 are MRI and CT scans, angiograms, and scanned photographs. This editor bridges the gap between the central and peripheral nervous systems with extensive coverage of the spinal nerves, plexuses, and associated injuries and disorders. The book is divided into morphological and functional parts. Precise level-by-level descriptions of the spinal cord, brainstem, diencephalon and brain are given in the morphological section, and spinal nerves and branches, including the associated plexuses, are covered in the section on the peripheral nervous system. The morphological section contains extensive information about individual nerve dysfunctions median, radial, sciatic and so on, with coverage of spinal cord lesions at several levels, including differentiation of sites. Sympathetic and parasympathetic systems and clinical conditions are covered in depth, and developmental aspects and basic neural concepts are explained. Additionally, the arterial supply and venous drainage are integrated with the central nervous system for continuity, with especially detailed coverage of cerebrovascular accidents emanating from rupture of aneurysms or occlusion of cerebral arteries. A systems approach to neuroanatomical pathways, associated lesions, and clinical conditions is incorporated in thefunctional section, with details of the components of the special sensory systems and numerous original schematic diagrams to illustrate the neuroanatomical pathways in an understandable manner. Their connections in organized schemes are also appropriately summarized. This is an extraordinarily complete textbook, destined to supplant other core texts of neuroanatomy, the human nervous system, and neuroscience. Bibliographic references and an index are included.

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Reviewer: Daniel B. Hier, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This is an introduction to neuroanatomy that strongly emphasizes clinical neurological correlations to neuroanatomical principles.
Purpose: This text was created for medical students taking introduction to neuroanatomy in their first or second years of medical school. Neurology, Psychiatry, and Neurosurgery residents will find it a valuable review text.
Audience: The primary audience is first- and second-year medical students taking neuroanatomy.
Features: This is a 400-page, single-author text that covers the basic topics of neuroanatomy including development, central nervous system structures, peripheral nervous system, sensory systems, and motor systems. This book is beautifully illustrated with many very useful diagrams and figures that illustrate complex neuroanatomical ideas.
Assessment: This book differentiates itself from competing texts in several ways. Although concisely written, the level of detail is significantly higher than found in most competing books. Secondly, the quality and quantity of illustrations is higher than in competing books. The pedagogic value of these illustrations is very high. Finally, the emphasis on anatomic-neurologic correlations is admirable and more extensive than in many similar books. This is a highly valuable text that both students, neurology residents, and even practicing neurologists will find highly useful and instructive.
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Arslan (cell biology and anatomy, Chicago Medical School) presents a textbook introducing the neuroanatomic mechanisms underlying neurologic diseases. Looking at the central and peripheral nervous systems, he discusses wiring patterns in neurons, molecular pathways within cells, and the ways in which their perturbations give rise to disease mechanisms. Chapters focus separately on the various parts of the central and peripheral nervous systems, further exploring the visual, auditory, vestibular, olfactory, limbic, gustatory, and motor systems. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781850705789
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 8/15/2001
  • Edition description: Illustrate
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.89 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
SECTION I: INTRODUCTION
Developmental Aspects of the Nervous System
Basic Elements of the Nervous System
SECTION II: CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
Spinal Cord
Brainstem
Reticular Formation
Cerebellum
Diencephalon
Telencephalon
SECTION III: PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
Autonomic Nervous System
Spinal Nerves
Cranial Nerves
Neurotrasmitters
SECTION IV: SENSORY SYSTEMS
Visual System
Auditory System
Vestibular System
Olfactory System
Limbic System
Gustatory System
General Sensations
SECTION V: MOTOR SYSTEMS
Motor Neurons
Extrapyramidal
Index

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 2, 2002

    A must read textbook for medical and allied health science students

    I am very impressed with the quality of presentation and organization, and with the original illustrations and images contained in this book. It is not often that I see such a well thought out and strong product in the field of neuroscience. The neuronanatomical facts are accurate, comprehensive and well described. It follows a unique approach to neuroanatomy that stand apart from the existing textbooks in the same field. Dr. Arslan¿s textbook contains voluminous clinical correlations, illustrations and radiographic images that would undoubtedly provide the readers the ability to visualize the human brain in a clear three dimensions approach. It certainly addresses the gap between the peripheral and central nervous systems in a highly organized, understandable, methodical and lucid manner. This is a superb book that will meet a real need in medical education. I encourage all students in medical, osteopathic and allied health programs to take advantage of this valuable resource in neuroanatomy, anatomy and neurology.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2002

    An excellent book in neuroanatomy

    I have reviewed 'Neuroanatomical Basis of Clinical Neurology' by Orhan Arslan for its scope, intended audience, and utility. Dr. Arslan has produced a textbook that encompasses conventional neuroanatomy, integrated with neurobiology at the molecular and systems level with pertinent clinical correlations. It contains illustrations and radiographic images that would undoubtedly provide the readers the ability to visualize the human brain in a clear three dimensions approach. It addresses the gap between the peripheral and central nervous systems in a highly organized, understandable, methodical and lucid manner. As an individual, who had been involved in neuroscience research and teaching for over 20 years at the medical schools of the Northwestern and Indiana universities, I have had opportunities to review books in the area and I believe that the Neuroanatomical basis of Clinical neurology is possibly the most comprehensive neuroanatomy text compiled in the recent years. The book is very clear and logical in its presentation and will serve as an invaluable text for medical students in their freshmen, junior and senior years. I am sure that it will be helpful to those appearing for the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). Zafar Iqbal, Ph.D.

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