A Clinical Reference for Neuroanatomy
This work is available online in three parts:
The American Association of Anatomy (AAA) has put forth learning objectives for the four preclinical courses in the anatomical sciences. In conjunction, they have also provided a list of clinical syndromes and scenarios that medical students should understand during their preclinical studies. This resource uses these clinical syndromes as a guide to provide students with a quick reference to clinical syndromes covered in preclinical neuroanatomy. This work is comprised of three parts. Part I addresses issues related to gross brain, embryology, and spinal cord functions. Part II addresses issues related to the brainstem and cranial nerves. Part III addresses issues related to the forebrain and cerebellum.
Medical School, Neuroanatomy, Preclinical Education
Medical Anatomy | Neurology | Neurosciences
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Klinesmith, S. (2024). A Clinical Reference for Neuroanatomy. Retrieved from https://touroscholar.touro.edu/opentextbooks/7