CLINICAL. NEUROANATOMY made ridiculously simple. Stephen Goldberg, M.D. . Page 2. CONTENTS. Preface. Chapter. 1 General Organization.. 2 Blood. Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple [Book & CD-ROM] has ratings and 20 reviews. Manar said: It helps me Stephen Goldberg. · Rating. Veja grátis o arquivo Stephen Goldberg Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple (MedMaster Series) enviado para a disciplina de Neuroanatomia.

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You’ll see why later. I am especially indebted to Dr. I understood more about Neuroanatomy reading this book than reading clinicall entirety of Carpenter. Cervical nerve 8 is unique since there is no correspondingly numbered vertebra.

Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple [Book & CD-ROM]

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Jul 25, Komang Shary rated it really liked it Shelves: Might have made it better. Sep 06, Bria rated it it was amazing Shelves: Note in figure 3 that cervical nerves C1-C7 exit over their corresponding vertebrae, but that thoracic nerve 1 and goldherg remainder of the nerves exit below their correspondingly numbered vertebrae.

Stephen Goldberg Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple (MedMaster Series)

If only this website had the option for my massive notes packet for neuroscience then that would be on here as the only true thing that I am currently reading. I wished it was more systematic since it tends to jump around topics neuroanatoky time to time. John Dalton rated it really liked it Feb 14, A very easy read, with concepts explained in a qiurky manner, makes sure you never forget your basics. But the basic logic of neuroanatomy is simple.


A good refresher to apply basic neuroanatomy to clinical neurology. Open Preview See a Problem?

Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple [Book & CD-ROM] by Stephen Goldberg

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It is common for neuroanatomy texts to ridiculouspy too greatly oriented toward basic science. Electrophysio- logical impulses travel down a neuron from its dendrites to the cell body and axon. It is not a synopsis of neuroanatomy; synopses simply condense larger books and are insufficient for the medical student’s needs.

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Three of the seven categories of the motor and sensory nuclei have been eliminated in the radi- cally different presentation of the brain stem as a modified spinal cord with only four categories of nuclei: The major pathways in the spinal cord are presented simultaneously, rather than in succession, to facilitate comparisons among the pathways. Rather than text definitions of all potentially unfamiliar terms, a selected glossary follows the text.


Although it’s supposed to be a side-kick, but this book was really neuoanatomy helpful. Aug 30, Elizabeth rated it liked it Shelves: I found it very helpful for really gaining an understanding of the structures in the brain, which I could build on as I learned about pathologies. This is the stuff that you really need to know clinically.

I found this to be most useful as a refresher during rotations. Golfberg are employed as an educational device, as it is well known that the best memory techniques involve the use of ridicu- lous associations.

The spinal cord ends at about vertebral level L2 but nerves U-SS continue caudally as the cauda equina “horse’s tail” to exit by their corresponding vertebrae Fig. The anatomy is grouped together to help you remember. Jan 23, Mafalda Mascarenhas rated it really liked it. There are too many names for the same thing.