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by Hal Blumenfeld


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Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases" resolves this dilemma, using over 100 actual clinical cases and high quality radiologic images in an interactive format to bring neuroanatomy to life

Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases" resolves this dilemma, using over 100 actual clinical cases and high quality radiologic images in an interactive format to bring neuroanatomy to life. With this approach, structural details take on immediate relevance as they are being learned, and students are able to integrate knowledge of disparate functional systems, since a single lesion may affect several different neural structures and pathways.

Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases. Neuroanatomy (Blumenfeld,Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases).

Summary Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases, Hal Blumenfeld, Lecture (s), group (s), complete - Neuro- anatomy Summary Ch18 Limbic System + Lecture Amygdala Hippocampus + + Dissection Guide. 11Pages: 119year: 14/15. 11. Samenvatting Neurologie.

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Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases. Preface How to Use This Book. Publication Date - March 2010. Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases brings a pioneering interactive approach to the teaching of neuroanatomy, using over 100 actual clinical cases and high-quality radiologic images to bring the subject to life. Neuroanatomy Through. How we measure 'reads'. Sunderland, MA, Sinauer Press, 2002, 951 pages, ISBN 0-87893-060

Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases Paperback – 4 December 2017. Still, this is the 'go to' book for clinical explanations in my.

Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases Paperback – 4 December 2017. by Hal Blumenfeld (Author). Hal Blumenfeld is Professor in the Departments of Neurology, Neurobiology, and Neurosurgery at Yale University School of Medicine. He has taught neuroanatomy at Harvard, Yale, and Columbia Universities using the approach of Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases, which the students greeted with highly favorable feedback.

Neuroanatomy is, by nature, an incredibly complex subject. Too often, overwhelmed by anatomical detail, students miss out on the functional beauty of the nervous system and its relevance to clinical practice. "Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases" resolves this dilemma, using over 100 actual clinical cases and high quality radiologic images in an interactive format to bring neuroanatomy to life. With this approach, structural details take on immediate relevance as they are being learned, and students are able to integrate knowledge of disparate functional systems, since a single lesion may affect several different neural structures and pathways.

Comments: (7)

Jay
I am a second year medical student in California. I have recently boarded the struggle bus that is neuroanatomy. I have never taken neuroanatomy prior to medical school, and to say its overwhelming is an understatement. Another note - I own the Haines Atlas(9th E), this text, FA, and Firecracker. Professional students have a limited budget and need to find the most high yield resources. This is the one.

I never usually buy textbooks because they suck. This is the anti-textbook. It actually is designed to be read, in order, and it is engaging, relevant, and interesting. The pictures are bomb. It constantly checks your understanding, references other section of the text (THAT MAKE SENSE AND ARE RELEVANT), and everything is clinically relevant. Finally, a book written by a clinician for clinicians, not researchers or academics. Purchase it. Read it. See how it effortlessly owns all other texts and actually pushes you to GET neuroanatomy to HELP PATIENTS, not uselessly memorize that the trigeminal system has 4 nuclei, or that there are 5 descending motor tracts, or remember some research extraneous bullcrap that fills the volume of much of our medical textbooks.

Dr. Blumenfeld, if you are listening, can you make a trip to California to school your colleagues about how to write clinically oriented organ systems based texts and teaching materials?
fabscf
Book is very well written, easy to follow, very clinically oriented as the title suggests. It does not have the details of a full neuroscience textbook the way the Purves or Kandel books do. As a medical student you need the more detailed neuroscience part also. Still, this is the 'go to' book for clinical explanations in neurology/neuroanatomy. What I don't like about this book has to do with the publisher, not the book: After paying over a hundred Dollars for the book you only get two years of online access, after that they want you to pay an extra $30 for additional two year access, seems like a rip off.
Truthcliff
Great text to accompany the medical school Neurology block - although I would caution against reading the chapters word-for-word as it can be time-consuming and ultimately provide much more info than is necessary. I referenced this book whenever a concept or term came up in my studies that my lecture notes or a simple google search were unable to fully answer. Each chapter also includes practice clinical vignettes and questions that I frequently used to test my knowledge of the concepts.
Gavirim
This is such a great book; if you are thinking about it, just go ahead and buy it already. The case reviews are awesome; helps the material stick. Graphics are good quality and helpful. It was super helpful in residency, I still use it now. Great refresher on anatomy.
Vivados
A good resource for medical school neuroanatomy. My school recommends the Nolte textbook, which is also good, but has limited clinical associations. For me, tying anatomy and physiology into clinical scenarios is super important in learning the material. Blumenfield's clinical concepts and cases for each chapter really hit on the relevance of each part of neuroanatomy in a memorable fashion. My point of concern is the length of chapters can be daunting, especially during medical school, so unless you thoroughly enjoy reading textbooks like me, it may be difficult to balance lectures, assigned reading, and supplemental reading from this text.
Dream
This is an awesome book. I have read about half of it and don't have much time to read the other half right now. I cannot wait to finish it. I know i will have this at my side long after i finish it as it is a great reference
The Rollers of Vildar
Was recommended to me as a resident but the med students I work with have used this book in their anatomy course.
Is a perfect mix of text, images, and case presentations.
Great book for learning and understanding neuroanatomy. Teaches (as the title suggests) through clinical cases in order to illustrate the concepts. Neurology is all about localizing the lesion, and this is a great book to learn how to do just that.
Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases download epub
Medicine
Author: Hal Blumenfeld
ISBN: 0878930019
Category: Medical Books
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Sinauer Associates Inc; 1 edition (June 30, 2002)