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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The major pathways in the spinal cord are presented simultaneously, rather than in succession, to facilitate comparisons among the pathways.

Remy Tamares rated it really liked it Sep 18, Jul 06, M G rated it really liked it. I would recommend using it alongside an anatomy text book until you learn all godlberg the structures that he referenced though. The student requires two types of books when studying the basic sciences.

Williamounttosomething rated it really liked it Nov 24, 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: I refer to it over and over.

This book is not intended to replace standard reference texts, 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 overall’ perspective of clinical neuroanatomy.

It’s a simple add-on to “heavy” textbooks on neuroanatomy, that offers some nice mnemonics neuroanatkmy creative presentation of typical anatomical pearls.

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Would recommend this to medical students. I originally got this for medical school, but unfortunately never got to use it for that purpose.

This isn’t exactly a book you read. Useful addition to other more comprehensive texts.

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

Many details are omitted for practical purpose and the author offered some ideas on how to memorize stuff. Useful to students who clinicak to memorize neuroanatomy.

Overall I find this book helpful. No trivia or quizzes yet.

Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple (Interactive Ed.) : Stephen Goldberg :

Overall, I would recommend this book to anyone – like me – who struggled a bit to grasp the structures of neuroanatomy as presented in other textbooks or lectures. Figure 4 illustrates the subdivision of the cerebrum into frontal, parietal, occipital and temporal lobes. Overall, I would recommend this book to anyone – like me – who str This book lives up to its name!

A very easy read, with concepts explained in a qiurky manner, makes sure you never forget your basics. Aug 05, Sadhika rated it it was amazing. Apr 19, Holly rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Ok fine so this is more of a joke but it really is the only book that I’m currently reading or supposed to anyways. I wished it was more systematic since it tends to jump around topics from time to time.

PaperbackThird Edition97 pages. One is a large, standard reference text which treats the subject as a basic science. The author manages to take a subject that is often complex and present it in a way that simplifies it to the main concepts.


It is unfortunate that this approach is not attempted more frequently in medical education. Open Preview See a Problem? Still not a bad book.

Text diagrams are by the author. Better for the clinical years than the pre-clinical years, although I used it during both.

Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple (Interactive Ed.)

Jan 23, Mafalda Mascarenhas rated it really liked it. Jul 25, Komang Shary rated it really liked it Shelves: These are further subdivided into bulges, called gyri, and indentations called sulci and fissures small and large, respectively. The book now includes and interactive CD with a lab section, 3D rotations, interactive anatomy, tutorial on neurologic localization, and quiz.

Published June 22nd by Medmaster first published December 1st But the basic logic of neuroanatomy is simple. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Unfortunately, too limited to get away with it only, even for non-neurologists. We shall try to restrict names to a minimum. However, major organi- zation of the spinal cord and brain stem is strongly emphasized, as this knowledge is vital in neurological localization and diagnosis.