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    Post by Yota V on Tue Oct 21, 2008 9:13 pm

    Atlas of Functional Neuroanatomy, Second Edition
    By M.D., Walter Hendelman

    • Publisher: CRC
    • Number Of Pages: 296
    • Publication Date: 2005-10-31
    • ISBN-10 / ASIN: 084933084X
    • ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780849330841
    • Binding: Paperback

    Product Description:

    Atlas of Functional Neuroanatomy presents a clear visual guide
    to understanding the human central nervous system. This second edition
    includes numerous four-color illustrations, photographs, diagrams,
    radiographs, and histological material throughout the text. Organized
    and easy to follow, the book presents an overview of the CNS, sensory,
    and motor systems, and the limbic system, with new and revised
    material. It also features an updated, interactive CD-ROM with full
    text, color illustrations, 3-D visualization, roll-over labeling, and
    flash animations. Containing a glossary of terms, this is an essential
    reference tool for medical and allied health professionals studying
    neuroanatomy, neuroscience, and neurology.

    Summary: Such a helpful book for your first neuro class!!!!
    Rating: 4

    I think this book is really good at giving a spatial understanding of
    CNS and it contributaries. During my first two weeks of neuro, I was
    getting a little worried about not having an overall understanding of
    all the different parts that make up the brain and exactly how they are
    situated in relation to one another and then I saw this book in the
    library and it helped me have much better understanding of the big
    picture and exactly how the details fits in.

    Summary: Lacking in many ways
    Rating: 2

    Poor graphics, very little information with regard to the "functional"
    piece, and the CD is just a collection of images from the book. I would
    recommend looking elsewhere (e.g., Blumenfeld's "Neuroanatomy through
    Clinical Cases").

    Summary: CD missing
    Rating: 3

    The timing was perfect, they are very prompt sending the book to me as I needed it for my teaching.
    However, the CD was missing, it suppose to be inside the book cover.

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