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CLINICAL. NEUROANATOMY made ridiculously simple. Stephen Goldberg, M.D. . Page 2. CONTENTS. Preface. Chapter. 1 General Organization.. 2 Blood. Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple [Book & CD-ROM] has ratings and 20 reviews. Manar said: It helps me Stephen Goldberg. · Rating. Veja grátis o arquivo Stephen Goldberg Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple (MedMaster Series) enviado para a disciplina de Neuroanatomia.

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Apr 30, Sun rated it it was amazing. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Useful addition to other more comprehensive texts. Jun 27, Michael David rated it really liked it. Figure 4 illustrates the subdivision of the cerebrum into frontal, parietal, occipital and temporal lobes.

Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple [Book & CD-ROM]

Lawton Smith for their helpful suggestions and Ms. There are 31 pairs of spinal nerves and 12 pairs of cranial nerves. This isn’t exactly a book you read.

One is a large, standard reference text which treats the subject as a basic science. But the basic logic of neuroanatomy is simple. Remy Tamares rated it really liked it Sep 18, The basic functional unit in the CNS is the neuron Fig. Clark for his educational influ- ence and encouragement in the preparation of this book.

The cover illus- tration was prepared by Sixten Netzler. Outside the CNS i. stepehn

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I do believe I have an older edition as there was no CD Rom for mine. No trivia or quizzes yet. I found it very helpful for really gaining an understanding of the structures in the brain, which I could build on clincal I learned about pathologies. It also provides a rapid review for medical Boards and other exams which tend to emphasize clinically relevant aspects of neuro- anatomy.


Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple (Interactive Ed.)

I thing it’s a good entrance to go deeper in the anatomy of CNS. Also, note that the spinal cord is shorter than the vertebral column so that the spinal nerve roots extend cau- dally when leaving the spinal cord. 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.

Aug 30, Elizabeth rated it liked it Shelves: Abdo Sherif rated it really liked it Dec 20, As a basis for neurology I think it should be more detailed as I’ll need some other literature to cover the topics that this book skipped.

Overall, I would recommend this book to anyone – like me – who struggled a bit to grasp the structures of neuroanatomy as presented in other textbooks or lectures. Books by Stephen Goldberg.

John Dalton rated it really liked it Feb 14, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. A quick read, offers some good mnemonics.

I am however reading it to help a little with my neuropsychology. It is common for neuroanatomy texts to be too greatly oriented toward basic science. Lists with This Book. Information then is chemically transmitted to other neurons via con- nections known as synapses.


Trivia About Clinical Neuroana Med School Nerds Glodberg Me. It’s a simple add-on to “heavy” textbooks on neuroanatomy, that offers some nice mnemonics and creative presentation of typical anatomical pearls. Overall I find this book helpful. Jul 21, Melvin Marsh, M. I refer neroanatomy it over and over.

Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple [Book & CD-ROM] by Stephen Goldberg

So you can immediately see the problem with neuroanatomy. Jul 25, Komang Shary rated it really liked it Shelves: Taylor rated it really liked it Sep 02, I originally got this for medical school, but unfortunately never got to use it for that purpose.

As a result the student becomes dlinical by mazes of circuitries, often unable to see clinical neuroanatomy as a composite whole and unable to remember essential features. The author manages to take a subject that is often complex and present it in a way that simplifies it to the main concepts.

I understood more about Neuroanatomy reading this book than reading the entirety of Carpenter. I found this to be most useful as a refresher during rotations.