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Gray's Clinical Neuroanatomy

The Anatomic Basis for Clinical Neuroscience

Gray’s Clinical Neuroanatomy focuses on how knowing functional neuroanatomy is essential for a solid neurologic background for patient care in neurology. Elliot Mancall, David Brock, Susan Standring and Alan Crossman present the authoritative guidance of Gray’s Anatomy along with 100 clinical cases to highlight the relevance of anatomical knowledge in this body area and illustrate the principles of localization.

Audience

Neurology residents and practitioners, Neurosurgery residents and practitioners, PM & R residents and practitioners, students on Neurology rotations/clerkships or studying anatomy or neuroanatomy.

Hardbound, 448 Pages

Published: March 2011

Imprint: Saunders

ISBN: 978-1-4160-4705-6

Contents

  • Section I: General

    Chapter 1: Overview of the Organization of the Nervous System

    Chapter 2: Overview of the Microstructure of the Nervous System

    Chapter 3: Development of the Nervous System

    Chapter 4: Cranial Meninges

    Chapter 5: Ventricular System and Cerebrospinal Fluid

    Chapter 6: Vascular Supply of the Brain and Spinal Cord

    Section II: The Spine

    Chapter 7: Spinal Column

    Chapter 8: Spinal Cord and Nerve Roots

    Section III: The Brain Stem and Cranial Nerves

    Chapter 9: Skull

    Chapter 10: Brain Stem

    Chapter 11: Cranial Nerves

    Chapter 12: Special Senses

    Section IV: The Cerebellum

    Chapter 13: Cerebellum

    Section V: The Cerebrum

    Chapter 14: Basal Ganglia

    Chapter 15: Diencephalon

    Chapter 16: Cerebral Hemispheres

    Section VI: The Peripheral and Autonomic Nervous Systems

    Chapter 17: Cervical Plexus

    Chapter 18: Brachial Plexus

    Chapter 19: Chest and Abdominal Wall

    Chapter 20: Lumbar Plexus and Sacral Plexus

    Chapter 21: Autonomic Nervous System

    Section VII: The Neuromuscular Junction and Muscle

    Chapter 22: Neuromuscular Junction

    Chapter 23: Muscle

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