Primer of human neuroanatomy, A 3/e
- Reid C
- ISBN: 9780627021275
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: N/A
- 168 Pages | Published: 1996
Summary This book is aimed at undergraduate students of dentistry, medicine, psychology and therapy. It will also be useful for practitioners resuming formal studies after some years of practice. The text is written in a user-friendly style.
Chapter 1: Introduction and development
Chapter 2: The spinal cord: general topography
Chapter 3: The brain: general topography
Chapter 4: Arteries and veins of the brain, and the cerebrospinal fluid
Chapter 5: The nerve cell and nerve cell injury
Chapter 6: General sensory systems
Chapter 7: General motor systems
Chapter 8: The medulla, oblongata, pons and fourth ventricle
Chapter 9: The cerebellum
Chapter 10: The midbrain
Chapter 11: Cranial nerve nuclei and the tracts of the brain stem
Chapter 12: The third ventricle
Chapter 13: Cerebral hemispheres
Chapter 14: Lateral ventricles
Chapter 15: Olfactory pathways and the limbic system
Chapter 16: The reticular formation
Chapter 17: The diencephalon
Chapter 18: The optic pathway, visual reflexes and eye movements
Chapter 19: Deep grey matter of the cerebral hemispheres, the internal capsule and the extrapyramidal system
Chapter 20: The hypothalamus
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