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eBook Fundamental Neuroscience ePub

by Duane E. Haines PhD FAAAS FAAA

  • ISBN: 0443066035
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Duane E. Haines PhD FAAAS FAAA
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Churchill Livingstone; 2nd edition (November 15, 2001)
  • Pages: 608
  • ePub book: 1195 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1274 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 775


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by Haines PhD FAAAS FAAA, Duane E. (Author). We used this book for my atomy course during the first year. ISBN-13: 978-1437702941. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone taking a atomy course. 2 people found this helpful.

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Download books for free. Features author Duane E Haines, Recipient of the 2008 Henry Gray/Elsevier Distinguished Educator Award - the American Association of Anatomists' highest award for excellence in human anatomy education at the medical/dental, graduate, and undergraduate levels of teaching. Provides thorough explanations of cellular biology, neuron structure and function, vascular anatomy, neuronal communication, and the embryological development of the nervous system.

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Product code : 1509807405. by Duane E. Haines PhD FAAAS FAAA (Author), Gregory A. Mihailoff PhD (Author). Quantity: Introduction. It integrates neuroanatomy, pharmacology, and physiology, and offers a full section devoted to systems neurobiology, helping you comprehend and retain the complex material you need to know. Haines PhD FAAAS FAAA. Get started today for free.

Fundamental neuroscience. Fundamental neuroscience. by. Haines, Duane E; Ard, M. D. (March . Publication date. Neurosciences, Nervous System, Nervous System, Neurons. New York : Churchill Livingstone. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on June 13, 2012.

The 2nd Edition of Fundamental Neuroscience presents a contemporary and integrated approach to systems neurobiology (sensory, motor, visual, auditory, etc.), featuring a wealth of clinical examples. Full-color illustrations and high-quality clinical photographs of brain structure, with more than 80 new illustrations in this edition, emphasize clinical examples and enhance discussions throughout the text. Examples of MRI and CT show normal structures and selected clinical conditions. This Edition also includes a new chapter on The Neurological Examination and a new chapter on a Synopsis of Cranial Nerves of the Brainstem both chapters focusing on anatomico-clinical concepts and examples. Fundamental Neuroscience, 2nd Edition contains basic science and clinical information in an integrated format that serves as an excellent foundation for further study, equips students for the USMLE Step 1 exam, and prepares them to diagnose the neurologically compromised patient.Spanish version also available, ISBN: 84-8174-656-8


Sirara Sirara
The book is in a very good state of conservation, better that I expected. The shipment arrived on time, in the righ address. It was the first time that I used Amazon to buy somenthing and my impression was very good.
Steamy Ibis Steamy Ibis
In my humble opinion, Fundamental Neuroscience, edited by D.E. Haines, is an undiscovered gem! I am particularly impressed by the illustrations; this textbook combines actual photographs of brains, various types of brain scans, histological plates and color-coded schematic diagrams to give the best and most complete presentation of the nervous system that I have ever seen in my 30 years of university research and teaching. Whenever I have a question in mind concerning some basic aspect of the structure and function of the nervous system, I usually find myself leafing through this textbook to find the answer. Clearly, this book was written primarily for medical students; there are numerous excellent examples of clinical cases that can help cement the extensive information about the function and anatomy of the nervous system to the problems actually facing patients with neurological disorders. Some mention is also made of chemical and molecular mechanisms in neurotransmission, but in my opinion, this topic is not treated adequately. After all, most of the problems facing patients with neurological disorders are treated with drugs, so a thorough knowledge of the anatomical location and role of neuroreceptors is essential for medical students. Be that as it may, Fundamental Neuroscience spells out the circuitry of the nervous system more clearly than any other textbook that I know about, and this reason is enough for me to recommend it highly for those who need either to learn the topic from scratch or to have a comprehensive and well-written reference book on the shelf for consulting occasionally.
Jube Jube
I am a med. student and this book was suggested by the department probably due to the fact that it contains all the necessary information needed. One thing the department has ignored is that it is in some parts impossible to read. I admit that neurobiology is a hard subject, but in my opinion, the purpose of an author is to make it easier to the reader. Not once I was puzzled by the unnecessary complexity of the figures and the text which may be clear to someone who has already taken the course but on the other hand present a total mystery to a beginner.

I give this book 3 stars ...
furious ox furious ox
For many medical students, deciding whether to buy a book is something the student has to decide, considering that studying a textbook is time away from studying a detailed syllabus, which is where the majority of test questions will come from. Textbooks are almost always a reference for a class. I thus find it shocking that this textbook does not have a glossary, which makes studying neuroscience much more difficult. Textbooks with glossaries are always much easier to use, and there is no such thing as an excellent textbook that doesn't have a glossary. In addition, there are no practice questions, which makes this book less useful for the medical student.
Nnulam Nnulam
This book does indeed provide a great look at human neuroanatomy, with some discussion on function. As a graduate student taking a course and lab in neuroanatomy, this book will be helpful. The book is rather concise for the subject matter it is covering. Therefore, the writing style is condensed and difficult to follow at times. Perhaps the title should have been Fundamental Neuroanatomy, as opposed to Fundamental Neuroscience, as little discussion is given to research techniques and extrapolation from animal to human models.
inetserfer inetserfer
Pretty good textbook. Where did all the sellers go? I just finished using it for class and I'm selling my copy if anyone needs it.