Human Brain In Photographs & Diagrams

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Edition 05
Author Vanderah, Todd
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In the 5th Edition of this highly accessible atlas, Dr. Todd Vanderah continues the mission of his esteemed colleague, Dr. John "Jack" Nolte, to clearly depict and explain the challenging subject of neuroanatomy.Designed to promote a rapid understanding of complex concepts ,Nolte's The Human Brain in Photographs and Diagramscombines easy-to-digest coverage of the
ain, spinal cord, and
ainstem withcarefully selected visuals to cover all aspects of the information needed for success in coursework, on exams, and in clerkships and clinical practice.

Table of Contents
ContentsChapter 1 External Anatomy of the Brain IntroductionBrain and Spinal CordMultiple Views of a Single BrainLateral and Superior SurfacesInferior SurfaceMedial and Inferior SurfacesInsulaCerebellumBrainstemChapter 2 Transverse Sections of the Spinal Cord IntroductionGuided TourEnlargements of Selected LevelsS4 L2 T10 C8 C3Chapter 3 Transverse Sections of the Brainstem Introduction Schematic Cross Sections Blood Supply Cranial Nerve Nuclei Guided Tour Enlargements of Selected LevelsSpinomedullary junction Caudal medulla Rostral medulla Pontomedullary junction Caudal pons Midpons Rostral pons Caudal mid
ain Rostral mid
ain Far rostral mid
ainChapter 4 Building a Brain: Three-Dimensional Reconstructions IntroductionStep-by-Step ReconstructionChapter 5 Coronal Sections IntroductionGuided TourEnlargements of Selected LevelsStriatum, anterior limb of the internal capsule Anterior commissure Anterior thalamus, ansa lenticularis Amygdala, mammillary bodies Anterior hippocampus, subthalamic nucleus Posterior thalamus, red nucleus Posterior thalamus, geniculate nuclei Posterior thalamus, pulvinar Atrium of the lateral ventricleChapter 6 Axial Sections IntroductionGuided TourEnlargements of Selected LevelsUncus, optic chiasm Hypothalamus, superior cerebellar peduncle Striatum, deep cerebellar nuclei Anterior commissure, subthalamic nucleus Interventricular foramen, posterior commissure Midthalamus Roof of the third ventricle Transverse fissure, internal cere
al veinsChapter 7 Sagittal Sections IntroductionGuided TourEnlargements of Selected LevelsPutamen, hippocampus Hippocampus, amygdala Globus pallidus, internal capsule, thalamus Caudate nucleus, dentate nucleus Mammillothalamic tract, superior cerebellar peduncle Medial thalamus, column of the fornix Mammillary body, body of the fornix Near the midlineChapter 8 Functional Systems Detailed Contents Long Tracts of the Spinal Cord and Brainstem Sensory Systems of the Brainstem and Fore
ain Cranial Nerve Motor Nuclei Visceral Afferents and Efferents Basal Ganglia Cerebellum Thalamus and Cere
al Cortex Hypothalamus and Limbic System Chemically Coded Neuronal SystemsChapter 9 Clinical Imaging IntroductionComputed TomographyWithout contrast With contrast PathologyMagnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)Introduction Coronal T1-weighted MRIs Axial T1-weighted MRIs Sagittal and parasaggital T1-weighted MRIs PathologyAngiography Introduction Internal carotid angiograms Verte
al-basilar angiograms Pathology0 Chapter 10 Neuropathology Imaging [Add headings] Glossary ContentsChapter 1 External Anatomy of the Brain IntroductionBrain and Spinal CordMultiple Views of a Single BrainLateral and Superior SurfacesInferior SurfaceMedial and Inferior SurfacesInsulaCerebellumBrainstemChapter 2 Transverse Sections of the Spinal Cord IntroductionGuided TourEnlargements of Selected LevelsS4 L2 T10 C8 C3Chapter 3 Transverse Sections of the Brainstem Introduction Schematic Cross Sections Blood Supply Cranial Nerve Nuclei Guided Tour Enlargements of Selected LevelsSpinomedullary junction Caudal medulla Rostral medulla Pontomedullary junction Caudal pons Midpons Rostral pons Caudal mid
ain Rostral mid
ain Far rostral mid
ainChapter 4 Building a Brain: Three-Dimensional Reconstructions IntroductionStep-by-Step ReconstructionChapter 5 Coronal Sections IntroductionGuided TourEnlargements of Selected LevelsStriatum, anterior limb of the internal capsule Anterior commissure Anterior thalamus, ansa lenticularis Amygdala, mammillary bodies Anterior hippocampus, subthalamic nucleus Posterior thalamus, red nucleus Posterior thalamus, geniculate nuclei Posterior thalamus, pulvinar Atrium of the lateral ventricleChapter 6 Axial Sections IntroductionGuided TourEnlargements of Selected LevelsUncus, optic chiasm Hypothalamus, superior cerebellar peduncle Striatum, deep cerebellar nuclei Anterior commissure, subthalamic nucleus Interventricular foramen, posterior commissure Midthalamus Roof of the third ventricle Transverse fissure, internal cere
al veinsChapter 7 Sagittal Sections IntroductionGuided TourEnlargements of Selected LevelsPutamen, hippocampus Hippocampus, amygdala Globus pallidus, internal capsule, thalamus Caudate nucleus, dentate nucleus Mammillothalamic tract, superior cerebellar peduncle Medial thalamus, column of the fornix Mammillary body, body of the fornix Near the midlineChapter 8 Functional Systems Detailed Contents Long Tracts of the Spinal Cord and Brainstem Sensory Systems of the Brainstem and Fore
ain Cranial Nerve Motor Nuclei Visceral Afferents and Efferents Basal Ganglia Cerebellum Thalamus and Cere
al Cortex Hypothalamus and Limbic System Chemically Coded Neuronal SystemsChapter 9 Clinical Imaging IntroductionComputed TomographyWithout contrast With contrast PathologyMagnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)Introduction Coronal T1-weighted MRIs Axial T1-weighted MRIs Sagittal and parasaggital T1-weighted MRIs PathologyAngiography Introduction Internal carotid angiograms Verte
al-basilar angiograms PathologyChapter 10 Neuropathology Imaging[Add headings]Glossary