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Note in figure 3 that cervical nerves C1-C7 exit over their corresponding vertebrae, but that thoracic nerve 1 and the remainder of the nerves exit below their correspondingly numbered vertebrae.
Stephen Goldberg Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple (MedMaster Series)
One is a large, standard reference text which treats the subject as a basic science. Jan 23, Mafalda Mascarenhas rated it really liked it.
Jul 25, Komang Shary rated it really liked it Shelves: No trivia or quizzes yet. Jun 21, Manar Faseeh rated it liked it. It’s not ridiculously simple. Want to Read saving…. This book gives an excellent review of all of the some clinical concepts in a way that is stepphen to understand. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Jul 21, Melvin Marsh, M. Consequently, this book underemphasizes the internal circuitry of the cerebellum, thalamus, and basic ganglia as such knowledge helps little in dealings with neurological problems. These are further subdivided into goldbefg, called gyri, and indentations called sulci and fissures small and large, respectively. It is not a synopsis of neuroanatomy; synopses simply condense larger books and are insufficient for the medical student’s needs.
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Adianne rated it it was amazing Nov 23, RaB rated it really ridciulously it Mar 31, A very easy read, with concepts explained in a qiurky manner, neuroanatimy sure you never forget your basics. Nov 16, Allegra S rated it really liked it. Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple is of the second type, a very small book which focuses directly on the clinically pertinent aspects of that basic science.
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Sep 11, Tomass added it. Clark for his educational influ- ence and encouragement in the preparation of this book. It is unfortunate that this approach is not attempted more frequently in medical education. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
I am fortunate to have been one of his students. You’ll see why later. The cpinical manages to take a subject that is often complex and present it in a way that simplifies it to the main concepts.
Aug 04, BatteryGraveyard rated it really liked it. It also simplee a rapid review for medical Boards and other exams which tend to emphasize clinically relevant aspects of neuro- anatomy. Useful addition to other more comprehensive texts.
Peiling Kong rated it it was amazing Apr 02, It helps me to imagine the vasculature of the brain and deficits in each lesion. If only this website had the option for my massive notes packet for neuroscience then that would be on here as the only true thing that I am currently reading.
Jul 06, M G rated it really liked it. Smaller, clinically-oriented books must eliminate those aspects of the basic science which have little clinical bearing and emphasize those aspects vital to patient care.
I also thank Drs. Apr 19, Holly rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Clinically oriented questions and answers have also been included, not only for review, but to introduce more subtle information not included in the text. Refresh and try again.
Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple [Book & CD-ROM] by Stephen Goldberg
This book was written to fulfill the need for a brief, but readable, summary of clinically relevant ;Deutoanatomy, with examples of medical cases. This now-classic text presents the most relevant points in clinical neuroanatomy with mnemonics, humor and case presentations.
Still not a bad book. The spinal cord ends at about vertebral level L2 but nerves U-SS continue caudally as the cauda equina “horse’s tail” to exit by their corresponding vertebrae Fig. A chain of such communicating neurons is called a pathway. Abdo Sherif rated it really liked it Mxde 20, The mnemonics and humor in this book do not intend any disrespect for patients or original investigators.