Duane E. Haines
Wolters Kluwer Health; 9th edition
Neuroanatomy in Clinical Context; 9th Edition (PDF) provides everything the medical student needs to master the anatomy of the central nervous system; all in a clinical setting. Clear explanations; abundant CT; MRI; MRA; and MRV images; hundreds of review questions; full-color illustrations and photographs; and supplemental online resources combine to provide a sound anatomical base for integrating neurobiological and clinical concepts. In thus applying neuroanatomy clinically; the atlas ensures student preparedness for exams and for rotations. This authoritative approach—combined with such salutary features as full-color stained sections; extensive cranial nerve cross-referencing; and systems neurobiology coverage—sustains the legacy of this revolutionary teaching and learning tool as the neuroanatomy atlas.
Features of the Neuroanatomy in Clinical Context: An Atlas of Structures; Sections; Systems; and Syndromes 9th edition:
- Bonus dissection photographs and brain slice series
- Question bank featuring over 280 USMLE-style and chapter-review style questions
- New and hallmark features elucidate neuroanatomy and systems neurobiology for course success!
- Dozens of pathway drawings superimposed over MRIs connect structure with the function of neural pathways.
- NEW! Clinical information integrated throughout the textbook is screened in blue for quick identification on the page.
- NEW! The chapter on Herniation Syndromes decodes the elegant relationship between brain injury and resulting deficit.
- Unique; full-color illustrations integrate clinical images of representative lesions with the corresponding deficits highlighted.
- Located on the point; this atlas’s companion website offers a variety of supplemental learning resources to maximize study and review time!
- MRIs complement full-color anatomical illustrations; allowing for visualization of structures both as they appear to the unaided eye and on imaging studies.
- NEW! Enhanced clinical images emphasize clarity and detail like never before; including full-color images replacing many in black and white; higher-resolution brain scans; and reprocessed brainstem and spinal cord images.