Ideal for students of neuroscience and neuroanatomy, the new edition of Netter's Atlas of Neuroscience combines the didactic well-loved illustrations of Dr. Frank Netter with succinct text and clinical points, providing a highly visual, clinically oriented guide to the most important topics in this subject. The logically organized content presents neuroscience from three perspectives: an overview of the nervous system, regional neuroscience, and systemic neuroscience, enabling you to review complex neural structures and systems from different contexts.
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A companion set of flash cards, Netter’s Neuroscience Flash Cards, 3rd Edition, to which the textbook is cross-referenced.
"I would recommend this book without reservation and over other neuroanatomy books. The greatest strength is its beauty. Neuroanatomy can be tough. The drawings provide perspectives that are rarely seen in other textbooks and can make concepts click in your mind - a picture is worth a thousand words. The text is cleverly used to highlight rather than provide a detailed explanation - which can be referenced from other books. The initial overview and then diving down into the nitty-gritty significantly aids learning as it provides a contextual road-map. The influence of the educationalist is clearly felt alongside the expertise of the anatomists. They have done Netter justice. This is an exceptional book, now in its third edition. An established gem. Well worth shortlisting. The electronic version is very welcome and makes a chunky tone accessible anywhere with the added. video bonus. This is a standard publishers should be aiming for."
- 2016 BMA Awards: Highly Commended, Neurology
DAVID L. FELTEN, MD, PhD, is Assoc. Dean of Clinical Sciences and Prof. Neurosciences at UMHS. He’s former VP for Research and Medical Director of Research at William Beaumont Health System and Founding Associate Dean for their School of Medicine. He previously served as Dean of Grad Med Ed at Seton Hall; Founding Executive Director of the Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine and Prof of Anatomy and Neurobiology at UC Irvine; Founding Director of the Center for Neuroimmunology at Loma Linda School of Medicine; and the Kilian J. and Caroline F. Schmitt Professor and Chair of Department of Neurobiology, and Director of Markey Charitable Trust Institute for Neurobiology and Neurodegenerative Diseases and Aging at U of Rochester. His pioneering studies of autonomic innervation of lymphoid organs and neural-immune signaling underling psychoneuroimmunology has been featured on Bill Moyer’s, “Healing and the Mind, “20/20, and many other media venues. He served for over a decade on NBME, including Chair of the Neurosciences Committee for the USMLE.