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Veterinary Neuroanatomy, 1st Edition

Veterinary Neuroanatomy, 1st Edition
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ISBN Number 9780702034824
Author Information By Christine E Thomson, BVSc(Hons), PhD, DipACVIM(Neurol), DipECVN, ILTM, MRCVS and Caroline Hahn, DVM, MSc, PhD, DipECEIM, DipECVN, MRCVS
Copyright Year 2012
Edition Number 1
Format Book
Format Size 297x210
Illustrations Approx. 342 illustrations (328 in full color)
Imprint Saunders Ltd.
Page Count 178
Publication Date 21-05-2012


Leírás:

eterinary Neuroanatomy: A Clinical Approach is written by veterinary neurologists for anyone with an interest in the functional, applied anatomy and clinical dysfunction of the nervous system in animals, especially when of veterinary significance. It offers a user-friendly approach, providing the principal elements that students and clinicians need to understand and interpret the results of the neurological examination. Clinical cases are used to illustrate key concepts throughout. The book begins with an overview of the anatomical arrangement of the nervous system, basic embryological development, microscopic anatomy and physiology. These introductory chapters are followed by an innovative, hierarchical approach to understanding the overall function of the nervous system. The applied anatomy of posture and movement, including the vestibular system and cerebellum, is comprehensively described and illustrated by examples of both function and dysfunction. The cranial nerves and elimination systems as well as behaviour, arousal and emotion are discussed. The final chapter addresses how to perform and interpret the neurological examination.

Veterinary Neuroanatomy: A Clinical Approach has been prepared by experienced educators with 35 years of combined teaching experience in neuroanatomy. Throughout the book great care is taken to explain key concepts in the most transparent and memorable way whilst minimising jargon. Detailed information for those readers with specific interests in clinical neuroanatomy is included in the text and appendix. As such, it is suitable for veterinary students, practitioners and also readers with a special interest in clinical neuroanatomy.


Key Features
  • Contains nearly 200 clear, conceptual and anatomically precise drawings, photographs of clinical cases and gross anatomical specimens

    • Keeps to simple language and focuses on the key concepts

    • Unique ‘NeuroMaps’ outline the location of the functional systems within the nervous system and provide simple, visual aids to understanding and interpreting the results of the clinical neurological examination

    • The anatomical appendix provides 33 high-resolution gross images of the intact and sliced dog brain and detailed histological images of the sectioned sheep brainstem.

    • An extensive glossary explains more than 200 neuroanatomical structures and their function.


Author Information
By Christine E Thomson, BVSc(Hons), PhD, DipACVIM(Neurol), DipECVN, ILTM, MRCVS, Associate Professor, Comparative Physiology and Anatomy, Massey University Veterinary School, Palmerston North, New Zealand and Caroline Hahn, DVM, MSc, PhD, DipECEIM, DipECVN, MRCVS, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Neurosciences, Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh, UK
Akciós ár: 21 950 Ft helyett 19 750 Ft
Akció ideje: 2023.02.02 - 2023.02.28
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