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Nervous system and sensory organs

Werner Kahle, Michael Frotscher

(Thieme flexibook, . Color atlas of human anatomy ; v.3)

Thieme, c2023

8th ed

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Nervensystem und Sinnesorgane

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 388-396) and index

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Color Atlas of Human Anatomy, Volume 3: Nervous System and Sensory Organs For over 45 years, the three-volume Color Atlas of Human Anatomy has provided readers with a compact review of the human body and its structures. It is ideal for studying, preparing for exams, and as a reference. The new, 8th edition of Volume 3: Nervous System and Sensory Organs builds on a robust foundation of scientific knowledge, summarizing in its compactness the structure and functions of the nervous system and sensory organs. Key highlights: Updated to include the latest findings in neuroanatomy Proven concept of concise texts paired with 190 color plates of outstanding anatomical illustrations The structure and topography of the various components of the nervous system and their complex, functional interactions are explained Important neuroanatomical research techniques and the use of imaging methods (CT, MRI, PET, and SPECT) are discussed Volume 3: Nervous System and Sensory Organs is accompanied by Volume 1: Locomotor System (ISBN 978-3-13-242443-3) and Volume 2: Internal Organs (ISBN 978-3-13-242448-7).

Table of Contents

1. Introduction 2. Basic Elements of the Nervous System 3. Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves 4. Brain Stem and Cranial Nerves 5. Cerebellum 6. Diencephalon 7. Telencephalon 8. Cerebrovascular and Ventricular Systems 9. Autonomic Nervous System 10. Functional Systems 11. The Eye 12. The Ear

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    • 9783132424517
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    xii, 414 p.
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