The 235 individual illustrations taken directly from NETTER'S ATLAS OF HUMAN NEUROSCIENCE emphasize the structures essential for the successful completion of the basic medical neuroscience course. Each card features a single, full-color illustration with its structures annotated with leader lines and "A,B,C" label codes on side one. Side two contains the code legend that identifies the correct label or name associated with each annotation. Explanatory comments about the respective image provide additional clinical insight and perspective. Color codes identify the corresponding sections from the atlas for easy cross-referencing and in-depth review of the material.
Emphasis on structures that are important for a basic Medical Neuroscience course
Color coded to the corresponding sections of the neuroscience atlas for easy cross-reference
New flash card offering to follow in the footsteps of the very success set of anatomy flash cards published in 2002.
Clinical "pearls" on the back of each card - these are not in the atlas so the cards are not just the atlas in another format.