Liebman’s Neuroanatomy Made Easy and Understandable–Seventh Edition is an essential resource for students and professionals. The author leaves out extraneous theories and unnecessary details. Only the basics of neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, physical diagnosis, and neurology remain. The subject matter is presented in a simple and personal style. This straightforward approach makes the book much easier to read and absorb than more convoluted neuroanatomy texts.
This impressive work, now in its seventh edition, includes updated chapters and appendixes, and some new material: Chapter 12 has an added figure that summarizes the general plan of the autonomic nervous system, with extra attention paid to the area of the head; Chapter 13 includes an original drawing that clarifies and summarizes the origin and destination of fiber types that pass through the ciliary ganglion; and Chapter 23, has a significant amount of new material related to pathologic conditions of the central nervous system. Also, a chapter has been added that discusses Fragile-X syndrome, Autism, and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).Whether used as a textbook, review aid, or professional reference, Liebman's Neuroanatomy Made Easy and Understandable serves students well throughout their medical or allied health education.
325 pages • 8.5 x 11 • softcover • ©2007
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