The ninth edition of Inderbir Singh's Textbook of Human Neuroanatomy has been fully revised to provide undergraduate medical students with the most recent information in the field. Beginning with an introduction, each of the following chapters discusses the anatomy of a different part of the nervous system.
Presented in a new, easy to understand format, each chapter begins with `Specific Learning Objectives' which highlight the key concepts of that topic; and ends with multiple choice questions for self-assessment.
This new edition features more than 360 illustrations and tables, and includes photographs of dissected brain specimens to assist understanding.
Fully revised, new edition presenting latest information on human neuroanatomyEach chapter includes `specific learning objectives' and multiple choice questionsFeatures clinical photographs of dissected brain specimensPrevious edition published in 2008
Pritha S Bhuiyan MBBS MS (Anatomy) PGDME Professor and Head Lakshmi Rajgopal MBBS MS (General Surgery) DNB (Anatomy) MNAMS (Anatomy) Professor K Shyam Kishore MBBS MS (Anatomy) Professor All at Department of Anatomy, Seth GS Medical College & KEM Hospital, Mumbai, India
Introduction to Nervous System Neuronal Contacts Meninges and Blood Supply of Brain Development of Central Nervous System Spinal Cord - External Features Spinal Cord - Internal Features Brainstem - External Features Brainstem - Internal Features Cranial Nerves - Nuclei and Functional Components Pathways of Special Senses Cerebellum Diencephalon Cerebral Hemispheres - External Features White Matter of Cerebral Hemispheres Basal Nuclei (Basal Ganglia) Limbic System Ventricles of Brain and CSF Ascending and Descending Autonomic Nervous Imaging Techniques of Central Nervous