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The Brain Atlas: A Visual Guide to the Human Central Nervous System

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Praise for earlier editions:
"... an essential requirement for the library of any individual who works in the field... if you buy only one atlas, this is the one to buy."—Journal of Neurosurgery
"... an excellent tool for understanding the central nervous system. It is a good companion at every level of training and for health care professionals."—Archives of Neurology
"... The Brain Atlas presents neuroanatomy in an intuitive yet comprehensive manner, which makes it an excellent reference book and an outstanding learning text for anyone trying to master the intricate layout of the brain and its related structures."—Trends in Neuroscience
The Brain Atlas: A Visual Guide to the Human Central Nervous System demonstrates brain anatomy in cross–referenced detail to be used to explain the anatomical basis for neurologic diseases and has been extensively revised and updated for a fourth edition making it the best available visual guide to human neuroanatomy.
The human brain is one of the most amazing consequences of evolution. The Brain Atlas correlates human brains, anatomical slices of brains, as well as MRI and MRA scans showing brain structure in three different planes. This text includes clearly labeled details of all parts of the brain, color illustrations and diagrams of nerve pathways, and easy navigation with color coding and brain–section markers on each page.
The Brain Atlas:
  • Shows brain structures and the interneuronal connections that clarify human neuroanatomy and relate to function and disease without overwhelming users with detail and/or oversimplifying the brain
  • Uses direct labeling system around the specimen including an alphabetical list of terms for each image
  • Contains approximately 350 high quality images showing the brain in incredible detail
  • Features unrivaled treatment of brain pathways, with colored lines that clearly trace pathways on actual brain slices detailed in the anatomical section of the book
  • Shows systematic correlation of magnetic resonance images side–by–side with corresponding brain slices
  • Includes blood supply maps to show arteries and veins of the CNS in detail, and separate vascular territory maps directly correlated to each whole brain slice
  • Comes with free access to Wiley companion digital edition accessible on any device, allowing the reader to explore interactive learning functionality on figures, make notes, bookmark, and follow cross references
This book is ideal for undergraduate and graduate medical students, and for trainee neurologists, neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, psychologists, neuroscientists, and neurobiologists. Its easy to understand layout makes it a must have resource for anyone who wants a deep and clear working knowledge of brain anatomy.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781118438770
ISBN-10: 1118438779
Pagini: 272
Ilustrații: illustrations
Dimensiuni: 231 x 275 x 19 mm
Greutate: 0.80 kg
Ediția: 4th Edition
Editura: Wiley
Locul publicării: Chichester, United Kingdom

Public țintă

Neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuropathologists, neuroradiologists, neuroanatomists, neuroscientists, psychiatrists, psychologists and biomedical engineers during education and professional training, and, throughout medical practice and other professional careers

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Praise for earlier editions:
"... an essential requirement for the library of any individual who works in the field... if you buy only one atlas, this is the one to buy."—Journal of Neurosurgery
"... an excellent tool for understanding the central nervous system. It is a good companion at every level of training and for health care professionals."—Archives of Neurology
"... The Brain Atlas presents neuroanatomy in an intuitive yet comprehensive manner, which makes it an excellent reference book and an outstanding learning text for anyone trying to master the intricate layout of the brain and its related structures."—Trends in Neuroscience
The Brain Atlas: A Visual Guide to the Human Central Nervous System demonstrates brain anatomy in cross–referenced detail to be used to explain the anatomical basis for neurologic diseases and has been extensively revised and updated for a fourth edition making it the best available visual guide to human neuroanatomy.
The human brain is one of the most amazing consequences of evolution. The Brain Atlas correlates human brains, anatomical slices of brains, as well as MRI and MRA scans showing brain structure in three different planes. This text includes clearly labeled details of all parts of the brain, color illustrations and diagrams of nerve pathways, and easy navigation with color coding and brain–section markers on each page.
The Brain Atlas:
  • Shows brain structures and the interneuronal connections that clarify human neuroanatomy and relate to function and disease without overwhelming users with detail and/or oversimplifying the brain
  • Uses direct labeling system around the specimen including an alphabetical list of terms for each image
  • Contains approximately 350 high quality images showing the brain in incredible detail
  • Features unrivaled treatment of brain pathways, with colored lines that clearly trace pathways on actual brain slices detailed in the anatomical section of the book
  • Shows systematic correlation of magnetic resonance images side–by–side with corresponding brain slices
  • Includes blood supply maps to show arteries and veins of the CNS in detail, and separate vascular territory maps directly correlated to each whole brain slice
  • Comes with free access to Wiley companion digital edition accessible on any device, allowing the reader to explore interactive learning functionality on figures, make notes, bookmark, and follow cross references
This book is ideal for undergraduate and graduate medical students, and for trainee neurologists, neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, psychologists, neuroscientists, and neurobiologists. Its easy to understand layout makes it a must have resource for anyone who wants a deep and clear working knowledge of brain anatomy.

Cuprins

Preface Acknowledgments
PART I
Introduction
Overview  
The Nervous System  
Cells  
Gray Matter/White Matter  
Connections  
CNS/PNS  
Constitution of the CNS  
Principal Divisions of the Brain  
Cranial Nerves and Spinal Segments  
Cerebrospinal Fluid and Its Circulation  
Cortical Areas  
Using This Book  
Terminology  
Terms of Relation—The Special Case of the Human Head  
Labels  
Image Groups
Pathways
Navigation  
Materials and Methods  
Subjects  
Brain Specimens  
Radiological Imaging
References
PART II
The CNS and Its Blood Vessels
Brain
Cerebral Hemisphere and Brain Stem; Sulci and Gyri—Lateral Aspect
Cerebral Hemisphere and Brain Stem Arteries; Arteries of the Insula and Lateral Sulcus; Arterial Territories—Lateral Aspect 
Cerebral Hemisphere and Brain Stem; Sulci and Gyri—Mesial Aspect
Cerebral Hemisphere and Brain Stem Arteries; Arterial Territories —Mesial Aspect 
Cerebral Hemisphere and Brain Stem Arteries; by Conventional Angiography; by MRA—Lateral Projection 
Dural Venous Sinuses and Folds (Diagrammatic); by Conventional Angiography; by MRV—Lateral Projection 
Cerebral Hemispheres, Brain Stem and Arteries; by MRA—Anterior Aspect 
Cerebral Hemisphere and Brain Stem Arteries and Veins by Conventional Angiography and Veins by MRV—Posteroanterior Projections 
Cerebral Hemispheres and Brain Stem; Sulci and Gyri–—Inferior Aspect 
Cerebral Hemispheres and Brain Stem: Arteries and Cranial Nerves; Arterial Territories; Axial MRA—Inferior Aspect 
Brain Stem 
Brain Stem, Diencephalon, Basal Ganglia, and Cerebellum—Anterolateral Aspect 
Brain Stem, Diencephalon, Basal Ganglia, and Cerebellum; Arteries and Cranial Nerves —Anterolateral Aspect 
Brain Stem, Diencephalon, Basal Ganglia, and Cerebellum; Arterial Territories—Anterolateral Aspect
Brain Stem, Thalamus, and Striatum—Anterior Aspect 
Brain Stem, Thalamus, and Striatum—Posterior Aspect 
Brain Stem, Thalamus, and Striatum—Lateral Aspect 
Cerebellum 
Cerebellum—Superior Surface 
Cerebellum—Inferior Surface 
Spinal Cord 
Arteries to Spinal Cord (Diagrammatic) 
Segmental Arterial Supply of Spinal Cord (Diagrammatic) 
Fiber Bundles 
Principal Fiber Bundles in Cerebral Hemisphere and Brain Stem (Semi–Schematic)—Lateral and Mesial Aspects 
Principal Fiber Bundles in Coronal, Axial, and Sagittal Brain Sections (Semi–Schematic) 
PART III
Brain Slices
Coronal Sections
Coronal Section Through Rostral Wall of Lateral Ventricle with Vessel Territories
Coronal Section Through Anterior Limit of Putamen with MRI
Coronal Section Through Head of Caudate Nucleus and Putamen with MRI
Coronal Section Through Anterior Limit of Amygdala with Vessel TerritoriesCoronal Section Through Tuber Cinereum with MRI
Coronal Section Through Interventricular Foramen (Foramen of Monro) with Vessel Territories
Coronal Section Through Anterior Nucleus of Thalamus with MRI
Coronal Section Through Mamillothalamic Tract (Fasciculus) with Vessel Territories
Coronal Section Through Mamillary Bodies with MRI
Coronal Section Through Subthalamic Nucleus with Vessel Territories
Coronal Section Through Posterior Limit of Interpeduncular Fossa with MRI
Coronal Section Through Posterior Commissure with Vessel Territories  
Coronal Section Through Commissure of Superior Colliculi with MRI  
Coronal Section Through Quadrigeminal Plate with Vessel Territories  
Coronal Section Through Fourth Ventricle (IV) with MRI  
Coronal Section Through Posterior Limit of Hippocampus with Vessel Territories  
Coronal Section Through Posterior Horns of Lateral Ventricles with MRI  
Sagittal Sections  
Sagittal Section Through Superior, Middle, and Inferior Temporal Gyri with Vessel Territories  
Sagittal Section Through Insula with MRI  
Sagittal Section Through Claustrum and Lateral Putamen with Vessel Territories  
Sagittal Section Through Lateral Putamen with MRI  
Sagittal Section Through Termination of Optic Tract with MRI  
Sagittal Section Through Pulvinar with Vessel Territories  
Sagittal Section Through Ambient Cistern with MRI
Sagittal Section Through Olfactory Tract with Vessel Territories  
Sagittal Section Through Inferior Cerebellar Peduncle (Restiform Body) with Vessel Territories  
Sagittal Section Through Superior Cerebellar Peduncle (Brachium Conjunctivum) with MRI  
Sagittal Section Through Red Nucleus with Vessel Territories  
Sagittal Section Through Cerebral Aqueduct (Aqueduct of Sylvius) with MRI 
Axial Sections 
Axial Section Through Superior Caudate Nucleus with MRI 
Axial Section Through Inferior Corpus Callosum with Vessel Territories 
Axial Section Through Superior Putamen with MRI
Axial Section Through Putamen with Vessel Territories 
Axial Section Through Frontoparietal Opercula with MRI 
Axial Section Through Midlevel Diencephalon with Vessel Territories 
Axial Section Through Anterior Commissure with MRI 
Axial Section Through Habenular Commissure with Vessel Territories 
Axial Section Through Superior Colliculi with MRI 
Axial Section Through Anterior Perforated Substance with Vessel Territories 
Axial Section Through Inferior Colliculi with MRI 
PART IV
Histological Sections
Cerebellum  
Horizontal Section Through
Fastigial Nucleus  
Horizontal Section Through
Dentate Nucleus  
Brain Stem  
Transverse Section Through Superior Colliculus with Vessel Territories  
Transverse Section Through Oculomotor Nucleus  
Transverse Section Through Inferior Colliculus with Vessel Territories  
Transverse Section Through Superior Pons and Isthmus  
Transverse Section Through Middle Pons with Vessel Territories  
Transverse Section Through Facial Genu with MRI  
Transverse Section Through Vestibulocochlear Nerve Root with Vessel Territories  
Transverse Section Through Glossopharyngeal Nerve Root with Vessel Territories  
Transverse Section Through Fourth Ventricle with Vessel Territories  
Transverse Section Through Hypoglossal Nucleus with MRI  
Transverse Section Through Inferior Olive with Vessel Territories  
Transverse Section Through Decussation of Pyramids  
Spinal Cord 
Transverse Section Through Upper Cervical Level with Vessel Territories 
Transverse Section Through Cervical Enlargement with MRI 
Transverse Section Through Thoracic Level with Vessel Territories 
Transverse Section Through Lumbar Enlargement with Vessel Territories 
Transverse Section Through Sacral Level 
Basal Ganglia and Thalamus 
Coronal Section Through Nucleus Accumbens 
Coronal Section Through Optic Chiasm 
Coronal Section Through Anterior Commisure 
Coronal Section Through Anterior Thalamic Tubercle 
Coronal Section Through Mamillothalamic Tract 
Coronal Section Through H Fields of Forel 
Coronal Section Through Dorsal Lateral Geniculate Nucleus 
Coronal Section Through Pulvinar 
Hypothalamus 
Coronal Section Through Optic Chiasm; Coronal Section Through Pituitary Stalk 
Coronal Section Through Interthalamic Adhesion; Coronal Section Through Mamillary Bodies 
Basal Forebrain 
Coronal Section Through Olfactory Trigone and Nucleus Basalis 
Hippocampus 
Coronal Section Through Body Of  Hippocampus 
PART V
Pathways
Brain Stem
General Organization of Spinal Cord Gray Matter
General Organization of Cranial Nerve Gray Matter
Sensory Cranial Nerves and Nuclei
Motor Cranial Nerves and Nuclei
Organization of Cranial Nerve Nuclei into Columns—Posterior Aspect
Organization of Cranial Nerve Nuclei into Columns—Anterior Aspect
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Sensory Systems
Touch and Position Sense Pathways: Posterior (Dorsal) Column/Medial Lemniscus and Trigeminal Main Sensory Nucleus
Touch Pathways: Anterior and Lateral Spinothalamic Tracts and Trigeminal Spinal Nucleus
Pain Pathways
Touch Pathways: Head and Face
Taste Pathways
Visual Pathways
Olfactory Pathways
Auditory Pathways R
Sensory/Motor Systems 
Vestibular Pathways 
Motor Systems 
Corticospinal (Pyramidal) and Corticobulbar Pathways 
Rubrospinal and Tectospinal Pathways
Reticulospinal Pathways 
Cerebellum 
Cerebellar Pathways: Somatic Afferents 
Cerebellar Pathways: Afferents
(Non–Somatic) 
Cerebellar Pathways: Efferents 
Basal Ganglia 
Basal Ganglia Pathways 
Hippocampus 
Hippocampal Pathways: Afferents 
Hippocampal Pathways: Efferents 
Amygdala 
Amygdalar Pathways: Afferents 
Amygdalar Pathways: Efferents 
Hypothalamus 
Hypothalamic Pathways: Afferents 
Hypothalamic Pathways: Efferents 
Arousal and Sleep 
Arousal and Sleep Pathways 
Hunger and Feeding
Circumventricular Organs
Autonomic Systems 
Autonomic Pathways: Afferents 
Autonomic Pathways: Sympathetic Efferents 
Autonomic Pathways: Parasympathetic Efferents 
Modulatory Systems 
Cholinergic and Dopaminergic Pathways 
Noradrenergic and Serotoninergic Pathways 
Index

Recenzii

"Of the many neuroanatomical texts available, I found this beautifully illustrated Brain Atlas particularly helpful in developing confidence in neuroanatomy, aided by such comprehensive and well–presented information"....."This book is ideal for trainees in any neuroscience specialty. Medical students will also find this one of the better neuroanatomical texts on the market"...."Apart from being an essential resource for any practitioner requiring detailed knowledge in neuroanatomy, this book would prove extremely beneficial to those analysing whole brains and brain sections at both the macroscopic and microscopic levels" Abel Devedass, Addenbrooke′s Hospital on behalf of the Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology Journal, Oct 2017