Netter's Concise Neuroanatomy
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This unique, comprehensive book provides rich visual guidance on all aspects of neuroanatomy, as only artwork by master medical illustrator Frank H. Netter, MD can. Concise tables highlight important aspects of each structure, equipping you with the essential knowledge you need to master this complex discipline.Table of Contents
- Master the essential knowledge you need to pass your neuroanatomy course.
- See every nuance of nervous system anatomy with hundreds of unparalleled Netter diagrams.
- Better understand the functional importance and clinical significance of each anatomical structure, thanks to clear tabular summaries.
"This pocket guide to neuroanatomy and function is based largely on the drawings of Frank Netter, MD, the famous medical illustrator. Netter's diagrams are combined with a series of tables summarizing key points of clinical anatomy and occasionally pathology. Drawings are in full color and well labeled. Each drawing is accompanied by a table highlighting anatomic and functional relevance. Occasionally, key points of pathophysiology are included as well...Given the abundance and quality of illustrations, this is a worthy complement to a standard anatomy or neuroanatomy text." -Doody's Review Service
"[An] easy to use, digestible single source for common neurological problems...Clinical angles on the pathology make it great for PBL"
Medical Student, Hull York Medical School, UK
By Michael Rubin, MD, FRCP(C), Professor of Clinical Neurology, Director, Neuromuscular Service and EMG Laboratory, New York Presbyterian Hospital - Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY; and Joseph E. Safdieh, MD, Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience Weill Medical College of Cornell University