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    Post by Yota V on Tue Oct 21, 2008 8:33 pm

    The Embryonic Human Brain: An Atlas Of Developmental Stages
    By Ronan R. O'Rahilly, Fabiola Müller

    • Publisher: Wiley-Liss
    • Number Of Pages: 358
    • Publication Date: 2006-11-06
    • ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0471694622
    • ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780471694625
    • Binding: Hardcover

    Product Description:

    The new edition of The Embryonic Human Brain: An Atlas of Developmental Stages
    represents the integration of analysis of the serial sections of human
    embryos in the Carnegie collection with results of the latest
    ultrasound studies. It provides summaries of the morphological status
    of the brain at each stage of development, covering both normal and
    anomalous conditions. Preceding the atlas are several chapters that
    present historical aspects, techniques, and prenatal measurements, as
    well as an introduction to embryonic staging, and terminology
    accompanied by over definitions of key terms.

    • Now illustrated in full colour throughout
    • Includes high quality photographs, photomicrographs, and diagrams
    • Expands coverage of magnetic resonance imaging of the fetal and perinatal periods
    • Highlights molecular and genetic aspects of normal and abnormal development of the brain
    • Utilizes a set of standardized abbreviations
    • Provides selected references to seminal studies

    Review for the Second Edition:
    really beautiful and wonderfully informative book that no embryologist,
    comparative anatomist, pediatric neurologist or neurosurgeon should be
    without. Putting aside the medical relevance of this atlas, it also
    provides the most captivating version of one of the most complex and
    fascinating embryological stories of all
    .” BRAIN
    atlas is an invaluable resource for neuroscientists, developmental
    biologists, comparative anatomists, neurologists, pathologists,
    radiologists, and neurosurgeons.

    Summary: Not cheap, but excellent
    Rating: 5

    This book is unique. Every person who is interested in (functional)
    neuroanatomy and the related neurosciences should first study the
    embryonic background of the structures that make up the brain. Studying
    the contents of this book is an excellent preparation to these further

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