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9781260452358

Clinical Neuroanatomy, Twentyninth Edition

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    9781260452358

  • ISBN10:

    1260452352

  • Edition: 29th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2020-05-25
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education / Medical

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Table of Contents

SECTION I
BASIC PRINCIPLES
1. Fundamentals of the Nervous System
Over-all Plan of the Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
Planes and Neuroanatomic Terms

2. Development and Cellular Constituents 
of the Nervous System
Neural Development
Neurons
Neuronal Groupings and Connections
Glia
Degeneration and Regeneration
Neurogenesis

3.Signaling in the Nervous System
Membrane Potential
Generator Potentials
Action Potentials
The Nerve Cell Membrane Contains 
Ion Channels
The Effects of Myelination
Conduction of Action Potentials
Synapses
Synaptic Transmission
Excitatory and Inhibitory Synaptic Actions
Synaptic Plasticity and Long-Term 
Potentiation
Presynaptic Inhibition
The Neuromuscular Junction 
and the End-Plate Potential
Neurotransmitters

SECTION II
INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL THINKING

4. The Relationship Between Neuroanatomy and Neurology
Symptoms and Signs of Neurologic Diseases
Where Is the Lesion?
What Is the Lesion?
The Role of Imaging and Laboratory Investigations
The Treatment of Patients with 
Neurologic Disease

SECTION III
SPINAL CORD AND SPINE

5. The Spinal Cord
Development
External Anatomy of the Spinal Cord
Spinal Roots and Nerves
Internal Divisions of the Spinal Cord
Pathways in White Matter
Reflexes
Lesions in the Motor Pathways
Examples of Specific Spinal Cord Disorders

6. The Vertebral Column and Meninges 
Surrounding the Spinal Cord
Investing Membranes (Meninges)
Spinal Cord Circulation
The Vertebral Column
Lumbar Puncture
Imaging of the Spine and Spinal Cord

SECTION IV
ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN

7. The Brain Stem and Cerebellum
Development of the Brain Stem 
and Cranial Nerves
Over-all Brain Stem Organization
Cranial Nerve Nuclei in the Brain Stem
Medulla
Pons
Midbrain
Vascularization
Cerebellum

8. Cranial Nerves and Associated Pathways
Origin of Cranial Nerve Fibers
Functional Components of the 
Cranial Nerves
Anatomic Relationships of the Cranial Nerves

9. Diencephalon: Thalamus and Hypothalamus
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Subthalamus
Epithalamus
Circumventricular Organs

10. Cerebral Hemispheres/Telencephalon
Development
Anatomy of the Cerebral Hemispheres
Microscopic Structure of the Cortex
Physiology of Specialized Cortical Regions
Basal Ganglia
Internal Capsule

11. Ventricles and Coverings of the Brain
Ventricular System
Meninges and Submeningeal Spaces
CSF
Barriers in the Nervous System
Skull

12. Vascular Supply of the Brain
Arterial Supply of the Brain
Venous Drainage
Cerebrovascular Disorders

SECTION V
FUNCTIONAL SYSTEMS

13. Control of Movement
Neural Control of Movement
Major Motor Systems
Motor Disturbances

14.Somatosensory Systems
Receptors
Connections
Somatosensory Pathways
Cortical Somatosensory Areas
Pain

15. The Visual System
The Eye
The Retina
Visual Pathways
The Visual Cortex

16. The Auditory System
Anatomy and Function
Auditory Pathways

17. The Vestibular System
Anatomy
Vestibular Pathways
Functions

18. The Reticular Formation
Anatomy
Functions

19. The Limbic System
The Limbic Lobe and Limbic System
Olfactory System
Hippocampal Formation
Functions and Disorders
Septal Area

20. The Autonomic Nervous System
Autonomic Outflow
Autonomic Innervation of the Head
Visceral Afferent Pathways
Hierarchical Organization of the
Autonomic Nervous System
Transmitter Substances

21. Higher Cortical Functions
Frontal Lobe Functions
Language and Speech
Cerebral Dominance
Memory and Learning
Epilepsy

SECTION VI
DIAGNOSTIC AIDS

22. Imaging of the Brain
Skull X-Ray Films
Angiography
Computed Tomography
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Magnetic Resonance ­Spectroscopy
Diffusion-Weighted Imaging
Functional MRI
Positron Emission Tomography
Single Photon Emission CT

23. Electrodiagnostic Tests
Electroencephalography
Evoked Potentials
Transcranial Motor Cortical Stimulation
Electromyography
Nerve Conduction Studies

24. Cerebrospinal Fluid Examination
Indications
Contraindications
Analysis of the CSF

SECTION VII
DISCUSSION OF CASES

25. Discussion of Cases
The Location of Lesions
The Nature of Lesions
Cases

Appendix A: The Neurologic Examination
Appendix B: Testing Muscle Function
Appendix C: Spinal Nerves and Plexuses
Appendix D: Questions and Answers

Index


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