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When all you need is a basic understanding of the human nervous system, look to Cram Session in Functional Neuroanatomy: A Handbook for Students & Clinicians. This handbook gives you basic information in a readily accessible format, as well as more detailed concepts that will allow you to better understand not only how the human nervous system works, but how injuries and disease affect experience and behavior, including cognitive and intellectual functions. Cram Session in Functional Neuroanatomy: A Handbook for Students & Cliniciansby Dr. Michael F. Nolan is a concise and illustrated quick reference that highlights important anatomical and physiological principles of the nervous system. These key points will enhance understanding of the nervous system and how specific populations of nerve cells and neural systems influence human experience and behavior. WHAT IS IN YOUR CRAM SESSION? Concise and focused explanations of topics specifically related to neuroanatomy Topic self-assessment questions formatted as short answer exercises, ideal for exam review and preparation List of laboratory structures an excellent tool to aid faculty with additional methods of learning More than 75 photographs and illustrations Instructors in educational settings can visit www.efacultylounge.com for additional material to be used for teaching in the classroom. Cram Session in Functional Neuroanatomy: A Handbook for Students & Cliniciansis a perfect text for physical therapy students and other medical and health professionals in neurology and neurosurgery.
Michael F. Nolan, PhD, PT received a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from Marquette University and a PhD in anatomy (neuroanatomy) from the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Dr. Nolan is Director of Assessment at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute in Roanoke, Virginia, where he holds the rank of Professor in the Department of Basic Science. He is also Professor Emeritus of Pathology and Cell Biology at the University of South Florida, where he received numerous teaching awards for both undergraduate and graduate medical education, including the John M. Thompson, MD Outstanding Teacher Award in Neurosurgery.
He is the author of Introduction to the Neurologic Examination and Clinical Applications of Human Anatomy.
Table of Contents
SECTION I STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM Neurocytology Neuroglia Gross Brain and Brainstem Thalamus Spinal Cord Reticular Formation Peripheral Nervous System—Structure and Organization Peripheral Nervous System—Afferent Cells Peripheral Nervous System—Efferent Cells Peripheral Nervous System—Responses to Injury Neuroembryology
SECTION II FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF THE SENSORY SYSTEMS Overview of the Sensory Systems Anterolateral System Lemniscal System
SECTION III FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF THE SOMATIC MOTOR SYSTEM Overview of the Motor System Lower Motor Neurons Muscle Spindles and Golgi Tendon Organs Muscle Tone Reflexes—Myotatic and Cutaneous Upper Motor Neurons Cerebellum Basal Nuclei SECTION IV FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF THE VISCERAL MOTOR SYSTEM Autonomic Nervous System Hypothalamus
SECTION V FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF THE CRANIAL NERVES Overview of the Cranial Nerves Olfactory System Visual System Visual Reflexes Ocular Motor System—Ocular Muscles and Movements Ocular Motor System—Binocular Mechanisms Ocular Motor System—Volitional and Pursuit Movements Trigeminal Nerve Facial Nerve Auditory System Vestibular System Bulbar Cranial Nerves
SECTION VI CORTICAL ORGANIZATION AND HIGHER BRAIN FUNCTIONS Cerebral Cortex and Subcortical White Matter Language Apraxia and Agnosia Consciousness Limbic System
SECTION VII THE NEURONAL ENVIRONMENT Meninges and Dural Venous Sinuses Arterial Blood Supply Regulation of Cerebral Blood Flow Ventricles and Cerebrospinal Fluid Intracranial Pressure/Volume Relationships