Essential Clinical Anatomy of the Nervous System
The goal of Essential Clinical Anatomy of the Nervous System is to bring together the most important anatomical concepts with common disorders impacting each major route for clinical relevance.
This book also emphasizes the specific clinical exams that should be conducted while evaluating a patient’s nervous system in order to prove the presence of disease along a certain channel or tract.
The major elements of the brain and important pathways that are significant at the bedside or clinic are all conveniently compiled in Essential Clinical Anatomy of the Nervous System. It emphasizes common diseases and the rationale behind clinical findings to help the reader deduce not only what’s wrong with the patient, but also where in the nervous system the illness is located.