Atlas of neuroanatomy for communication science and disorders [electronic resource] / edited by Leonard L. LaPointe ; based on the work of Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, Udo Schumacher ; illustrations by Markus Voll, Karl Wesker.
Contributor(s): LaPointe, Leonard L | Voll, Markus M | Wesker, KarlMaterial type: TextPublisher: New York : Thieme, Edition: 2nd edDescription: 245 p. : col. ill. ; cmISBN: 9781626238763 (e-book)Subject(s): Communication Disorders -- physiopathology | Central Nervous System -- anatomy & histology | Nervous System Physiological Phenomena | Communicative disorders -- Pathophysiology -- Atlases | Central nervous system -- Anatomy -- Atlases | Central nervous system -- Histology -- AtlasesGenre/Form: AtlasesDDC classification: 612.8/2078 LOC classification: RC423 | .A85 2018Online content: Click here to access online Also available in print.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction and brain basics -- General anatomical concepts -- Head, skull, neck anatomy -- Anatomy of the brain and nervous systems -- Cranial nerves -- Blood vessels, vascular system -- Functional and dysfunctional systems.
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Atlas of Neuroanatomy for Communication Science and Disorders, Second Edition, is based on the award-winning textbook Atlas of Anatomy and the work of Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, and Udo Schumacher. The updated text reflects advances in neuroscience and invaluable insights from Leonard L. LaPointe, one of the foremost teachers and practitioners in the field of brain-based communication disorders today. The book features beautiful illustrations from the recently published second edition of the Schuenke atlases and new content on cognition, higher cortical function, the spinal cord, structural damage, and clinic-pathological effects. Divided into seven chapters, the book is presented in a logical framework, starting with a concise, illustrated overview of anatomy of the brain and nervous system. This approach ensures mastery of introductory concepts before readers move on to more advanced material. The text covers traditional acquired speech-language conditions such as aphasia and neuromotor speech disorders, cognition and swallowing disorders, communication impairments caused by traumatic brain injury, multisystem blast injuries, and degenerative disorders of the nervous system.
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