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Overview

The Sixth Edition of Dr. Haines's best-selling neuroanatomy atlas features a stronger clinical emphasis, with significantly expanded clinical information and correlations. More than 110 new images-including MRI, CT, MR angiography, color line drawings, and brain specimens-highlight anatomical-clinical correlations. Internal spinal cord and brainstem morphology are presented in a new format that shows images in both anatomical and clinical orientations, correlating this anatomy exactly with how the brain and its functional systems are viewed in the clinical setting. A new chapter contains over 235 USMLE-style questions, with explained answers.

This edition is packaged with Interactive Neuroanatomy, Version 2, an interactive CD-ROM containing all the book's images.

The book contains predominantly color illustrations, with some black-and-white illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

Rita Getz
This book is a compilation of drawings, photos, and cross-sections of the central nervous system. The author uses a variety of images to illustrate each level of the neuraxis, which results in a comprehensive collection of central nervous system morphology. This edition replaces the fourth edition, published in 1995. Many changes, such as updated terminology, color-coded tracts, revised clinical correlations, along with the addition of more magnetic resonance images, are improvements to an already excellent atlas. Neuroscience is a highly visual discipline, and the figures in this book help the student study this topic. Logically, this book is useful to medical, dental, and graduate students in a human neuroscience course, and in the author's opinion, the book is written for any student interested in the topic. External and internal morphology, functional pathways, tracts, and systems, as well as clinical applications are presented. Throughout the book, it is apparent that the author has incorporated suggestions from students and colleagues in order to make this as reader-friendly as possible. For example, line drawings are labeled to match the corresponding cross-section photo, and blood supply to an area is reinforced at each level of the neuraxis. It should be noted that the cross-sections used in this atlas contain pathology, and the resultant lack of symmetry in the cross-sections may cause confusion to the student. Although it is the author's choice to exhaustively label nearly all structures in a figure, this detracts from the readability of the atlas. But, even more distracting than the over-labeled diagrams is the use of abbreviations. Many of the abbreviations areunique to this atlas, and are inconsistently applied throughout the atlas. For example, ""Cor"" indicates ""cortico-"" on some pages, while ""C"" indicates ""cortico-"" on other pages, and while convention uses ""n or nn"" to indicate nerve or nerves, this atlas uses ""Nr."" Another concern is the addition of color-coded tracts and pathways. Although most students will appreciate the color-coding, those with any visual color deficits may have difficulty distinguishing what can only be seen as shades of gray. Aside from these last few concerns, this atlas is an invaluable tool for the neuroscience student, and is useful for lab as well as lecture portions of a neuroscience course.
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New edition of an atlas designed to impart a clear and comprehensive understanding of CNS morphology to readers in medical, dental, and allied health fields. A maximal amount of information is provided in the form of photographs and drawings, with complementary information appearing on facing pages. Blood supply distribution patterns are integrated into their appropriate chapters. Spiral bound. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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Reviewer: Rita K. Getz, PhD (Midwestern University)
Description: This book is a compilation of drawings, photos, and cross-sections of the central nervous system. The author uses a variety of images to illustrate each level of the neuraxis, which results in a comprehensive collection of central nervous system morphology. This edition replaces the fourth edition, published in 1995. Many changes, such as updated terminology, color-coded tracts, revised clinical correlations, along with the addition of more magnetic resonance images, are improvements to an already excellent atlas.
Purpose: Neuroscience is a highly visual discipline, and the figures in this book help the student study this topic.
Audience: Logically, this book is useful to medical, dental, and graduate students in a human neuroscience course, and in the author's opinion, the book is written for any student interested in the topic.
Features: External and internal morphology, functional pathways, tracts, and systems, as well as clinical applications are presented. Throughout the book, it is apparent that the author has incorporated suggestions from students and colleagues in order to make this as reader-friendly as possible. For example, line drawings are labeled to match the corresponding cross-section photo, and blood supply to an area is reinforced at each level of the neuraxis. It should be noted that the cross-sections used in this atlas contain pathology, and the resultant lack of symmetry in the cross-sections may cause confusion to the student.
Assessment: Although it is the author's choice to exhaustively label nearly all structures in a figure, this detracts from the readability of the atlas. But, even more distracting than the over-labeled diagrams is the use of abbreviations. Many of the abbreviations are unique to this atlas, and are inconsistently applied throughout the atlas. For example, "Cor" indicates "cortico-" on some pages, while "C" indicates "cortico-" on other pages, and while convention uses "n or nn" to indicate nerve or nerves, this atlas uses "Nr." Another concern is the addition of color-coded tracts and pathways. Although most students will appreciate the color-coding, those with any visual color deficits may have difficulty distinguishing what can only be seen as shades of gray. Aside from these last few concerns, this atlas is an invaluable tool for the neuroscience student, and is useful for lab as well as lecture portions of a neuroscience course.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780781737364
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 11/28/1999
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 272

Table of Contents

Preface to Sixth Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Acknowledgments
Ch. 1 Introduction and Reader's Guide: Including Rationale for Labels and Abbreviations 8
Ch. 2 External Morphology of the Central Nervous System
The Spinal Cord: Gross Views and Vasculature 10
The Brain: Lobes, Principle Brodmann Areas, Sensory-Motor Somatotopy 13
The Brain: Gross Views, Vasculature, and MRI 16
The Cranial Nerves in MRI 38
The Insula: Gross View and MRI 43
The Meninges, Cisterns, and Meningeal and Cisternal Hemorrhages 46
The Ventricles and Ventricular Hemorrhages 52
Ch. 3 Dissections of the Central Nervous System
Lateral, Medial, and Ventral Aspects 56
Overall Views 59
Ch. 4 Internal Morphology of the Brain in Slices and MRI
Brain Slices in the Coronal Plane Correlated with MRI 63
Brain Slices in the Axial Plane Correlated with MRI 73
Ch. 5 Internal Morphology of the Spinal Cord and Brain in Stained Sections
The Spinal Cord with CT and MRI 84
Arterial Patterns Within the Spinal Cord With Vascular Syndromes 94
The Degenerated Corticospinal Tract 96
The Medulla Oblongata with MRI and CT 98
Arterial Patterns Within the Medulla Oblongata With Vascular Syndromes 110
The Cerebellar Nuclei 112
The Pons with MRI and CT 116
Arterial Patterns Within the Pons With Vascular Syndromes 124
The Midbrain with MRI and CT 126
Arterial Patterns Within the Midbrain With Vascular Syndromes 136
The Diencephalon and Basal Nuclei with MRI 138
Arterial Patterns Within the Forebrain With Vascular Syndromes 158
Ch. 6 Internal Morphology of the Brain in Stained Sections: Axial-Sagittal Correlations with MRI
Axial-Sagittal Correlations 162
Ch. 7 Synopsis of Functional Components, Tracts, Pathways, and Systems
Components of Cranial and Spinal Nerves 174
Orientation 176
Sensory Pathways 178
Motor Pathways 190
Cerebellum and Basal Nuclei 204
Optic, Auditory, and Vestibular Systems 220
Limbic System 232
Ch. 8 Anatomical-Clinical Correlations: Cerebral Angiogram, MRA, and MRV
Cerebral Angiogram, MRA, and MRV 240
Blood Supply to the Choroid Plexi 251
Overview of Vertebral and Carotid Arteries 252
Ch. 9 Q&A's: A Sampling of Study and Review Questions, Many in the USMLE Style, All With Explained Answers
Sources and Suggested Readings 297
Index 301
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