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Sinauer Associates is an imprint of Oxford University Press. Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases brings a pioneering interactive approach to the teaching of neuroanatomy, using over actual clinical cases and high-quality radiologic images to bring the subject to life.
The second edition is fully updated with the latest advances in the field, and includes several exciting new cases. This approach allows students to appreciate the clinical relevance of structural details as they are being learned, and to integrate knowledge of disparate functional systems, since a single lesion may affect several different neural structures and pathways.
Coordination and Gait 6. Sensory Exam and 4. Head Trauma KCC 5. Intracranial Hemorrhage KCC rhrough. Brain Tumors KCC 5. Lumbar Puncture KCC 5. Craniotomy Clinical Cases 5.
Delayed Unresponsiveness after Head Injury 5. Headache and Progressive Left-Sided Weakness 5.
Severe Head Injury 5. A Child with Headaches, Nausea, and Diplopia 5. Headaches and Progressive Visual Loss 5. Unsteady Gait KCC 6.
Multiple Sclerosis KCC 6. Motor Neuron Disease Clinical Cases 6.
Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases
Sudden Onset of Right Hand Weakness 6. Sudden Onset of Left Foot Weakness 6. Sudden Onset of Right Face Weakness 6. Pure Motor Hemiparesis I 6. Pure Motor Hemiparesis II 6. Patterns and Localization KCC 7. Sudden Onset of Right Arm Numbness 7.
Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases by Hal Blumenfeld (2010, Paperback)
Sensory Loss over Both Shoulders 7. Body Tingling and Unsteady Gait 7. Back Pain KCC 8. Unilateral Occipital and Neck Pain 8.
Unilateral Shoulder Pain and Weakness 8. Blisters, Pain, and Weakness in the Left Arm 8. Pain and Numbness in the Medial Arm 8. Five Nerves to Remember in the Arm Simplification: A Newborn with Weakness in One Arm 9.
Hand and Wrist Weakness after a Fall 9.
Numbness and Tingling in the Pinky and Ring Finger 9. Shoulder Weakness and Numbness after Strangulation 9.
Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases – Hal Blumenfeld – Oxford University Press
Tingling and Paralysis of the Foot after a Fall 9. Lateral Thigh Clonical and Numbness after Pregnancy 9. Dysarthria, Ptosis, and Decreased Exercise Tolerance 9. Generalized Weakness and Areflexia 9. Watershed Infarcts KCC Mechanisms and Treatment KCC Carotid Stenosis KCC Sagittal Sinus Thrombosis Clinical Cases Sudden-Onset Worst Headache of Life Decreased Vision on One Side Dysarthria and Hemiparesis Global Aphasia, Right Hemiplegia, and Hemianopia Left Face and Arm Weakness Left Hemineglect, Hemiplegia, and Hemianopia Unilateral Proximal Arm and Leg Weakness Optic Neuritis Clinical Cases Vision Loss in One Blumefneld Menstrual Irregularity and Bitemporal Hemianopia Hemianopia after Treatment for a Temporal Lobe Tumor Visual Changes Caused by Migraine Headaches?
Olfactory Nerve KCC Facial Nerve KCC Glossopharyngeal Nerve CN X: Hypoglossal Nerve KCC Cranial Nerve Combinations Clinival Cases Anosmia and Visual Impairment Cheek Numbness and a Bulging Eye Jaw Numbness and Episodes of J.neuroanatomy of Consciousness Isolated Facial Weakness Hearing Loss and Dizziness Hoarse Voice following Cervical Disc Surgery Pupillary Abnormalities KCC Double Vision and Unilateral Eye Pain A Diabetic with Horizontal Diplopia Left Eye Pain and Horizontal Diplopia Unilateral Headache, Ophthalmoplegia, and Forehead Numbness Ptosis, Miosis, and Anhidrosis Horizontal Diplopia in a Patient with Multiple Sclerosis Coma and Related Disorders Reticular Formation: Vertebrobasilar Vascular Disease Clinical Cases Hemiparesis Sparing the Face Diplopia and Unilateral Ataxia Differential Diagnosis of Ataxia Clinical Cases Sudden Onset of Unilateral Ataxia Walking Like a Drunkard Movement Disorders KCC Huntington’s Disease KCC Unilateral Flapping and Flinging Irregular Jerking Movements and Marital Problems Panhypopituitarism Clinical Cases Moon Facies, Acne, Amenorrhea, and Hypertension Memory Disorders The Amygdala: Seizures and Epilepsy KCC Broca’s Aphasia KCC Wernicke’s Aphasia KCC Disconnection Syndromes The Nondominant Hemisphere: Hemineglect Syndrome KCC Attentional Disorders KCC Acute Severe Aphasia, with Improvement Aphasia with Preserved Repetition Inability to Read, with Preserved Writing Skills