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Basic Human Neuroanatomy: A Clinically Oriented Atlas By Craig Watson
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The sixth edition of this popular neuroanatomy atlas retains valuable features of prior editions: low cost and presentation of clinically relevant material in a manner conducive to self-study and... More > review. The book has four parts. The first is a review of the organization of the nervous system, emphasizing the cranial nerves. The second is a summary of the neuroanatomical pathways with accompanying diagrams. The third summarizes the vasculature of the CNS, supplemented by illustrations of the arteries and veins with angiograms placed opposite the illustrations. The fourth is an atlas of the human brain and spinal cord with CT and MRI scans placed opposite the brain sections. With this edition, Basic Human Neuroanatomy becomes essentially an electronic book, although it remains available in print. This allows most of the figures to be in color, and the book to be loaded onto any device that can display a PDF file. An associated website features additional learning material.< Less
Basic Human Neuroanatomy: A Clinically Oriented Atlas By Craig Watson
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The sixth edition of this popular neuroanatomy atlas retains valuable features of prior editions: low cost and presentation of clinically relevant material in a manner conducive to self-study and... More > review. The book has four parts. The first is a review of the organization of the nervous system, emphasizing the cranial nerves. The second is a summary of the neuroanatomical pathways with accompanying diagrams. The third summarizes the vasculature of the CNS, supplemented by illustrations of the arteries and veins with angiograms placed opposite the illustrations. The fourth is an atlas of the human brain and spinal cord with CT and MRI scans placed opposite the brain sections. With this edition, Basic Human Neuroanatomy becomes essentially an electronic book, although it remains available in print. This allows most of the figures to be in color, and the book to be loaded onto any device that can display a PDF file. An associated website features additional learning material.< Less
Resting-State Functional Connectivity fMRI: A new approach for assessing functional neuroanatomy in humans with applications to neuroanatomical, developmental and clinical questions By Daniel Margulies
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Resting-state functional connectivity has been shown to be effective at addressing questions regarding functional neuroanatomy, as well as neurodevelopmental and clinical questions, thus offering a... More > novel methodology for settings where task-based approaches are limited.< Less
Neuroscience Papers, 1993-2002 (Collected Papers, Vol. III) By Lazaros C. Triarhou
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This volume contains the research papers published between 1993 and 2002, resulting from work carried out during my academic affiliation with Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis,... More > Indiana, U.S.A. (1984–2001). Topics include experimental studies in neuropathology, chemical neuroanatomy and molecular neurogenetics of degenerative conditions, the structural and functional neurotherapeutics of extrapyramidal and cerebellar disorders, the Bodossakis Science Prize acceptance speech, and papers on neuroeducation.< Less
Conference Proceedings and Published Abstracts, 1981-2011 (Collected Papers, Vol. I) By Lazaros C. Triarhou
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This volume is a compilation of the published abstracts and proceedings of presentations made at scientific conferences in North America and Europe since obtaining my M.D. degree from the... More > Aristotelian University School of Medicine (1981). My academic affiliations have been with the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in Rochester, New York, U.S.A. (1981–1984), Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.A. (1984–2001) and the University of Macedonia School of Economic and Social Sciences in Thessalonica, Greece (2001–present). The topics range over diverse issues in Neuroscience, Experimental Neuropathology, Cellular Neurobiology, Neuroanatomy and the History of the Brain Sciences.< Less
Atlas of an insect brain By Nicholas Strausfeld
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Atlas of an insect brain By Nicholas Strausfeld
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Neuroscience Papers, 2005-2009 (Collected Papers, Vol. IV) By Lazaros C. Triarhou
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This volume contains scientific papers published between 2005 and 2009, following my academic appointment in 2001 as Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Macedonia in Thessalonica, Greece,... More > and during my tenure as Chairman of the Department of Educational and Social Policy in the same institution. Topics comprise the cytoarchitectonics of the human cerebral cortex and evolutionary aspects of neuroscience (e.g. phylogeny of the visceral and the triune brain). Classical neuroanatomical, neurobiological, neuropathological and neurophilosophical works by von Economo and Koskinas, José Ingenieros, Sigmund Freud, Christfried Jakob, Pedro Ramón and Santiago Ramón y Cajal are revisited in a modern perspective. Biographical research accounts on Mikhail B. Kroll, Edward Flatau, Ernst Sträussler, Stephen Polyak, Eugen Pollak, Josef Gerstmann, Otto Marburg, Alfons M. Jakob, Eduardo De Robertis, Henry H. Donaldson and Reuben Post Halleck are also included.< Less
Neuroscience Papers, 1985-1992 (Collected Papers, Vol. II) By Lazaros C. Triarhou
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This volume contains the research papers published between 1985 and 1992, resulting from work carried out during my academic affiliation with the University of Rochester School of Medicine and... More > Dentistry in Rochester, New York, U.S.A. (1981–1984) and Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.A. (1984–2001). Topics include studies in experimental neuropathology, the chemical anatomy of the nervous system in degeneration models of genetic origin, the reconstruction of damaged pathways in the basal ganglia and cerebellum by means of neural transplantation, and historical aspects of the neurosciences.< Less
Neuroanatomical studies on brain of Drosophila melanogaster By Shamprasad Varija Raghu
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The olfactory system permits animals to sense a broad spectrum of volatile compounds in the environment. In higher vertebrate olfactory neurons project to the olfactory bulb and terminate in... More > glomeruli. The organization of olfactory pathway in the fly which is also a glomerular antennal lobe is very similar to that of mammals (Jefferis et al., 2001). The antenna and the maxilla palp are the two olfactory organs of insects. The olfactory receptor neurons on the surface of third antennal segment-funiculus and maxillary palp of flies send their axons to the glomeruli of the antennal lobe (Strausfeld, 1976), which is equivalent to the mammalian olfactory bulb (Hildebrand and Shepherd, 1997). In insects, interneurons from antennal lobes called the projection neurons, carry information to higher brain centers - the mushroom body and lateral horn (Stocker et al., 1990). These projection neurons are comparable to mammalian mitral/tufted cells (Jefferis et< Less

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