NEUROANATOMY THROUGH CLINICAL CASES 2ND EDITION PDF

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R ir G NEUROANATOMY through Clinical Cases G SECOND EDITION R dV HAL BLUMENFELD, M.D., Ph.D. te Yale ISBN (alk. paper) 1. Shop our inventory for Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases, Second Edition, Text with Interactive eBook by Hal Blumenfeld with fast free shipping on every. Book Review Editor. Neuroanatomy Through. Clinical Cases. By Hal Blumenfeld. Sunderland, MA, Sinauer Press,. , pages, ISBN


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Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases. Second Edition. Hal Blumenfeld. Publication Date - March ISBN: pages. Paperback x Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases 2nd Edition by Hal Blumenfeld and Publisher The print version of this textbook is ISBN: , Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases. 2nd edition. Sinauer Associates Inc.: Sunderland, MA. ISBN: (Softcover) US $ p.

The latest edition of Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases is a comprehensive introductory textbook. It is specifically aimed at medical students learning neuroanatomy, but residents in the neurosciences also have been known to find it a helpful reference.

The book has two separate but integrated parts. The first few chapters and the first pages of later chapters are standard didactic text, which is well-written and concise.

The second sections of most chapters include clinical case presentations intended to illustrate the key features of the neurological system being discussed. One of the earlier chapters is dedicated to the neurological exam. The maneuvers are described in detail, with many accompanying pictures.

Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases

The companion Web site has videos demonstrating and describing correct techniques as well. The procedures are not taught for purely rote memorization; basic science rationales are provided.

Explanations of both normal and abnormal results are included in a comprehensive and clear manner. Another notable early chapter provides a solid introduction to neuroimaging.

The physics behind the subject are briefly explained, and the mechanisms for key modalities are reviewed. The clinical cases presented in the text include relevant physical and laboratory findings and often imaging.

The tables included are great references, some ready to be copied and carried in a white coat. Occasionally, principles of treatment are included.

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The improvements from the first edition include a more readable color scheme and page layout. There are some new cases, and the basic science content has been revised and updated. The companion Web site will be fully released in Fall The new edition is more completely integrated with the Web site, allowing for a more seamless use of resources.

Overall, this book is a great introduction to clinical neuroanatomy. It is a readable and clean-looking text, and the price is reasonable. The content is relevant to both pre-clinical and clinical students and can serve as a basic reference during residency.

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The physics behind the subject are briefly explained, and the mechanisms for key modalities are reviewed.

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