For people who deal every day with neurologys textbooks and neuroscience papers it is very easy to encounter some reference to brodals neurological anatomy in relation to clinical medicine since it remains one of the clearest and generous source of the basics of neurology a must for students a prompt and faithful advicer for neurologists. Neurological anatomy in relation to clinical medicine third edition a brodal the definitive treatise in neuroanatomy indispensable to everyone entrusted with teaching anatomy physiology pathology or diseases of the nervous system annals of neurology deserves to be on the bookshelf of every scientist and clinician who deals with the structure of the nervous system. An understanding of the normal anatomy of the brain is essential to the diagnosis of a number of conditions that may be encountered in patients in the intensive care unit icu common structural cerebral conditions causing patients to be admitted to the icu include cerebral trauma traumatic brain injury cerebrovascular accidents both ischaemic and haemorrhagic and infections. Neurological anatomy in relation to clinical medicine third edition by alf brodal new york oxford university press 1981 1053 pp illustrated 3850. See more neurological anatomy in relation to clinical m email to friends share on facebook opens in a new window or tab share on twitter opens in a new window or tab share on pinterest opens in a new window or tab
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