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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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This is the neuroanatimy that you really need to know clinically. I also thank Drs. 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.

Smaller, clinically-oriented books must eliminate those aspects of the basic science which have little clinical bearing and emphasize those aspects vital to patient care. A good reference to keep on the shelf too!

I am however reading it to help a little with my neuropsychology. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I wished it was more systematic since it tends to jump around topics from time to time. Consequently, this book underemphasizes the internal circuitry of the cerebellum, thalamus, and basic ganglia as such knowledge helps little in dealings with neurological problems.

Lists with This Book. Adianne rated it it was amazing Nov 23, It also provides a rapid review for medical Boards and other exams which tend ridifulously emphasize clinically relevant aspects of neuro- anatomy.


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Aug 04, BatteryGraveyard rated it really liked it. Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple is of the second type, a very small book which focuses directly on the clinically pertinent aspects of that basic science. A good refresher to apply basic neuroanatomy to clinical neurology. This book is not intended to replace standard reference neuroanstomy, but rather to be read as a companion text before or during the neuroanatomy course, one which will enable the student to rapidly gain an cilnical perspective of clinical neuroanatomy.

Overall I find this book helpful. Beryn Frank for editing siple manuscript. Clark for his educational influ- ence and encouragement in the preparation of this book. Unfortunately, too limited to get away with it only, even for non-neurologists.

Still not a bad book. The basic functional unit in the CNS is the neuron Fig. Might have made it better. It is a study guide helping you to grasp neuroanatomy. This book lives up to its name!

Silly drawings and puns are added as they cite a study saying silly is easier to remember. Dec 14, Erin rated it really liked it Shelves: I am especially indebted to Dr. As a result the student becomes confused by mazes of circuitries, often unable to see clinical neuroanatomy as a composite whole and unable to remember essential features.


They are employed as an educational device, as it is well known that the best memory techniques involve the use of ridicu- lous associations. I refer to it over and over. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Jul 20, Flan rated it really liked it Shelves: A very easy read, with concepts explained in a qiurky manner, makes sure you never forget your basics. The drawings and explanations related to the brainstem were particularly helpful, providing mnemonics after concepts were presented.

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John Doe rated it really liked it Jan 01, It’s not ridiculously simple. Taylor rated it really liked it Sep 02, I thing it’s a good entrance to go deeper in the anatomy of CNS. Ramon rated it really cpinical it Aug 25, PaperbackThird Edition97 pages. The student requires two types of books when studying the basic sciences.

Fortunately, it is clinically unimportant to have a detailed understanding of the connections of the diencephalon and basal ganglia. I originally got this for medical school, but unfortunately never got to use it for that purpose. Lawton Smith for their helpful suggestions and Ms. RaB rated it really liked it Mar 31,