Neuroanatomy: 3D-Stereoscopic Atlas of the Human Brain by Martin C. HirschNeuroanatomy: 3D-Stereoscopic Atlas of the Human Brain by Martin C. Hirsch

Neuroanatomy: 3D-Stereoscopic Atlas of the Human Brain

byMartin C. Hirsch, Thomas KramerContribution byC. Zinecker

Book & Toy | November 23, 1999

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The topographical and functional architecture of the human brain is highly complex. This stereoscopic atlas provides new insight into the human brain. The illustrations in this stereoscopic atlas have been developed using a new 3D-visualization computer model. In combination with the CD-ROM, which contains all 173 illustrations as rotatable 3D models, this innovative atlas provides a new conception of spatial structures. It has never been so easy to understand the architecture of the human brain!
Title:Neuroanatomy: 3D-Stereoscopic Atlas of the Human BrainFormat:Book & ToyDimensions:359 pagesPublished:November 23, 1999Language:English

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ISBN - 10:3540659986

ISBN - 13:9783540659983

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Table of Contents

External Views and Internal Structures: Brain and Skull; Frontal View; Lateral View; Dorsal View; Above View; Basal View; Free View; Sections. Truncus cerebri: External Views; Nuclei and Tracts; Cerebellum. Diencephalon: External Views; Thalamus dorsalis; Epithalamus; Metathalamus; Hypothalamus and Hypophysis. Telencephalon: Basal Ganglia; Limbic System; Cortex Cerebri. Ventricular System and Main Arteries: The Ventricular System; The Main Arteries. Functional Systems: The Motor System; The Olfactory System; The Somesthetic System; The Gustatory System; The Vestibular System; The Auditory System; The Visual System.

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"...an entirely new and entertaining way of depicting the brain. ...a delight and a pleasure. ...a real bargain." Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation