Medical Neuroscience

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Hayes Barton Press, 1999 - Medical - 448 pages
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IMS: Medical Neuroscience is designed for 1st- and 2nd-year medical students to be an introduction to neuroscience as it relates to clinical medicine. Although the nervous system can be thoroughly described by listing its cellular components and anatomical connections, a clinical appreciation of neuroscience requires a more integrative approach. In IMS: Medical Neuroscience, the clinical relevance of anatomical features are interwoven throughout the text by incorporating discussions of neurological diseases, syndromes, and clinical signs of neural trauma in the context of specific attributes of nervous system organization. By linking the anatomy to its clinical importance, students take a richer understanding of the nervous system with them as they begin their clinical training.
 

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Contents

51
6
Chapters
89
Chapter 4
131
Chapter 5
173
Chapters
205
Chapter 7
229
Chapter 8
249
Chapter 9
265
Chapter 10
283
Chapter 11
319
Chapter 12
345
Chapter 13
369
Chapter 14
395
Index
415
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Ph.D. Department of Behavioral Science Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine Hershey, Pennsylvania

Ph.D. Department of Neuroscience and Anatomy Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine Hershey, Pennsylvania

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