A Textbook Of Neuroanatomy 2nd Ed

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9781118677469
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Autores
Maria A. Patestas, Leslie P. Gartner
Editorial
Wiley
Fecha Publicacion
27 abr. 2016
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Newly revised and updated, A Textbook of Neuroanatomy, Second Edition is a concise text designed to help students easily master the anatomy and basic physiology of the nervous system. Accessible and clear, the book highlights interrelationships between systems, structures, and the rest of the body as the chapters move through the various regions of the brain. Building on the solid foundation of the first edition, A Textbook of Neuroanatomy now includes two new chapters on the brainstem and reflexes, as well as dozens of new micrographs illustrating key structures. Throughout the book the clinical relevance of the material is emphasized through clinical cases, questions, and follow-up discussions in each chapter, motivating students to learn the information. A companion website is also available, featuring study aids and artwork from the book as PowerPoint slides. A Textbook of Neuroanatomy, Second Edition is an invaluable resource for students of general, clinical and behavioral neuroscience and neuroanatomy. Contents PART I General Principles of the Nervous System 1. Introduction to the Nervous System CELLS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM QUESTIONS TO PONDER 2. Development of the Nervous System CLINICAL CASE EARLY DEVELOPMENT NEURULATION EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF THE SPINAL CORD AND BRAIN DEVELOPMENT OF THE SPINAL CORD DEVELOPMENT OF THE BRAIN CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 3. Histophysiology of the Nervous System CLINICAL CASE NEURONS NEUROGLIA GENERATION AND CONDUCTION OF NERVE IMPULSES CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 4. Neurotransmitter Substances CLINICAL CASE CLASSIFICATION OF NEUROTRANSMITTER SUBSTANCES CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 5. Spinal Cord CLINICAL CASE MORPHOLOGY OF THE SPINAL CORD INTERNAL MORPHOLOGY OF THE SPINAL CORD VASCULAR SUPPLY OF THE SPINAL CORD CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 6. Gross Anatomy of the Brain CLINICAL CASE CEREBRUM DIENCEPHALON CEREBELLUM BRAINSTEM CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 7. Brainstem INTERNAL ORGANIZATION OF THE BRAINSTEM MEDULLA PONS MIDBRAIN CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS QUESTIONS TO PONDER 8. Meninges and Cerebrospinal Fluid CLINICAL CASE CRANIAL MENINGES SPINAL MENINGES VENOUS SINUSES OF THE CRANIAL DURA MATER CEREBROSPINAL FLUID VENTRICLES OF THE BRAIN CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 9. Vascular Supply of the Central Nervous System CLINICAL CASE VASCULAR SUPPLY OF THE SPINAL CORD ARTERIAL SUPPLY OF THE BRAIN VENOUS DRAINAGE OF THE BRAIN CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 10. Autonomic Nervous System CLINICAL CASE SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM ENTERIC NERVOUS SYSTEM NEUROTRANSMITTERS AND RECEPTORS OF THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM PELVIC AUTONOMIC FUNCTIONS CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 11. Spinal Reflexes COMPONENTS OF REFLEXES LOWER MOTONEURONS SKELETAL MUSCLE INNERVATION SKELETAL MUSCLE RECEPTORS MUSCLE STRETCH REFLEX RECIPROCAL INHIBITION AUTOGENIC INHIBITION WITHDRAWAL REFLEX CROSSED EXTENSION REFLEX MAINTENANCE OF MUSCLE TONE VIA THE GAMMA LOOP ALPHA-GAMMA COACTIVATION SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS QUESTIONS TO PONDER PART II Integrative Components of the Nervous System 12. Ascending Sensory Pathways CLINICAL CASE SENSORY RECEPTORS ANTEROLATERAL SYSTEM TACTILE SENSATION AND PROPRIOCEPTION SENSORY PATHWAYS TO THE CEREBELLUM CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS MODULATION OF NOCICEPTION NEUROPLASTICITY SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 13. Motor Cortex and Descending Motor Pathways CLINICAL CASE CORTICAL AREAS CONTROLLING MOTOR ACTIVITY DESCENDING MOTOR PATHWAYS CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 14. Basal Nuclei CLINICAL CASE COMPONENTS OF THE BASAL NUCLEI NUCLEI ASSOCIATED WITH THE BASAL NUCLEI INPUT, INTRINSIC, AND OUTPUT NUCLEI OF THE BASAL NUCLEI CONNECTIONS OF THE BASAL NUCLEI CIRCUITS CONNECTING THE BASAL NUCLEI, THALAMUS, AND CEREBRAL CORTEX OTHER CIRCUITS OF THE BASAL NUCLEI NEUROTRANSMITTERS OF THE BASAL NUCLEI “DIRECT” AND “INDIRECT” PATHWAYS (LOOPS) OF THE BASAL NUCLEI CIRCUITS THAT MODULATE ACTIVITY OF THE BASAL NUCLEI CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 15. Cerebellum CLINICAL CASE MORPHOLOGY OF THE CEREBELLUM CEREBELLAR PEDUNCLES DEEP CEREBELLAR NUCLEI AFFERENTS (INPUT) TO THE CEREBELLUM EFFERENTS (OUTPUT) FROM THE CEREBELLUM FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF THE CEREBELLUM: INTRINSIC CIRCUITRY CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 16. Reticular Formation CLINICAL CASE MORPHOLOGY OF THE RETICULAR FORMATION ZONES OF THE RETICULAR FORMATION NUCLEI ASSOCIATED WITH THE RETICULAR FORMATION INPUT TO AND OUTPUT FROM THE RETICULAR FORMATION FUNCTIONS OF THE RETICULAR FORMATION CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 17. Cranial Nerves CLINICAL CASE OLFACTORY NERVE (CN I) OPTIC NERVE (CN II) OCULOMOTOR NERVE (CN III) TROCHLEAR NERVE (CN IV) TRIGEMINAL NERVE (CN V) ABDUCENT NERVE (CN VI) FACIAL NERVE (CN VII) VESTIBULOCOCHLEAR NERVE (CN VIII) GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL NERVE (CN IX) VAGUS NERVE (CN X) SPINAL ACCESSORY NERVE (CN XI) HYPOGLOSSAL NERVE (CN XII) SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 18. Visual System CLINICAL CASE EYE CENTRAL VISUAL PATHWAYS VISUAL REFLEXES CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 19. Auditory System CLINICAL CASE EAR AUDITORY TRANSMISSION CENTRAL AUDITORY PATHWAYS CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 20. Vestibular System CLINICAL CASE VESTIBULAR APPARATUS VESTIBULAR NERVE (CN VIII) CENTRAL PATHWAYS OF THE VESTIBULAR SYSTEM CONTROL OF OCULAR MOVEMENTS VESTIBULAR NYSTAGMUS CALORIC NYSTAGMUS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 21. Olfactory System CLINICAL CASE OLFACTORY RECEPTOR CELLS OLFACTORY TRANSDUCTION OLFACTORY NERVE (CN I) CENTRAL CONNECTIONS OF THE OLFACTORY SYSTEM CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 22. Limbic System CLINICAL CASE LIMBIC LOBE BRAINSTEM CENTERS ASSOCIATED WITH LIMBIC SYSTEM FUNCTION PATHWAYS OF THE LIMBIC SYSTEM LIMBIC ASSOCIATION CORTEX LIMBIC SYSTEM INPUT TO THE ENDOCRINE, AUTONOMIC, AND SOMATIC MOTOR SYSTEMS CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 23. Hypothalamus CLINICAL CASE BORDERS HYPOTHALAMIC ZONES AND COMPONENT NUCLEI HYPOTHALAMIC REGIONS (AREAS) AND COMPONENT NUCLEI CONNECTIONS OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS PATHWAYS OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS FUNCTIONS OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS HYPOTHALAMOHYPOPHYSEAL CONNECTIONS CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 24. Thalamus CLINICAL CASE BORDERS ANATOMY INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL MEDULLARY LAMINAE THALAMIC NUCLEI CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER 25. Cerebral Cortex CLINICAL CASE CELLS OF THE CEREBRAL CORTEX TYPES OF CORTEX CELL LAYERS OF THE NEOCORTEX VERTICAL COLUMNAR ORGANIZATION OF THE CEREBRAL CORTEX AFFERENTS (INPUT) TO THE CEREBRAL CORTEX EFFERENTS (OUTPUT) FROM THE CEREBRAL CORTEX INTERNAL CAPSULE AND CORONA RADIATA LOBES OF THE CEREBRAL CORTEX FUNCTIONAL AREAS OF THE CEREBRAL CORTEX CEREBRAL DOMINANCE CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS SYNONYMS AND EPONYMS FOLLOW-UP TO CLINICAL CASE QUESTIONS TO PONDER Index
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