Neuroanatomy and Neuroscience at a Glance

 
 
Wiley-Blackwell (Verlag)
  • 5. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 1. August 2017
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  • 184 Seiten
 
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Everything you need to know about Neuroanatomy and Neuroscience ... at a Glance!
Neuroanatomy and Neuroscience at a Glance is a highly illustrated, quick reference guide to the anatomy, biochemistry, physiology and pharmacology of the human nervous system. Each chapter features a summary of the anatomical structure and function of a specific component of the central nervous system, a section on applied neurobiology outlining how to approach a patient with neurological or psychiatric problems aligned to the chapter topic, standard diagnostic procedures for most common scenarios, as well as an overview of treatment and management options.
This fully updated and expanded new edition includes:
* Dozens of full-page, colour illustrations and neurological scans
* Expanded coverage of techniques to study the nervous system
* More practical information on the neurological exam
* New content on neuropharmacology and drug therapies
* Bullet points and bold terms throughout assist with revision and review of the topic
Neuroanatomy and Neuroscience at a Glance is the ideal companion for students embarking on a neuroanatomy or neuroscience course, and is an excellent reference tool for those in clinical training.
An updated companion website with new clinical cases, multiple choice self-assessment questions, revision slides, and downloadable illustrations and flashcards is available at www.ataglanceseries.com/neuroscience
5. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • Newark
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  • Großbritannien
John Wiley & Sons
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978-1-119-16842-3 (9781119168423)
1119168422 (1119168422)
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Introduction
Acknowledgements
List of abbreviations
Companion website
Anatomical and functional organization
1 Development of the nervous system
2 Organization of the nervous system
3 Autonomic nervous system
4 Enteric nervous system
5 Meninges and cerebrospinal fluid
6 Blood supply to the central nervous system
7 Cranial nerves
8 Anatomy of the brainstem
9 Organization of the spinal cord
10 Organization of the cerebral cortex and thalamus
11 Hypothalamus
Cells and neurophysiology
12 Cells of the nervous system I: neurones
13 Cells of the nervous system II: neuroglial cells
14 Ion channels
15 Resting membrane and action potential
16 Neuromuscular junction and synapses
17 Nerve conduction and synaptic integration
18 Neurotransmitters, receptors and their pathways
19 Main CNS neurotransmitters and their function
20 Skeletal muscle structure
21 Skeletal muscle contraction
Sensory systems
22 Sensory systems: an overview
23 Sensory transduction
24 Visual system I: the eye and retina
25 Visual system II: the visual pathways and subcortical visual areas
26 Visual system III: visual cortical areas
27 Auditory system I: the ear and cochlea
28 Auditory system II: auditory pathways and language
29 Vestibular system
30 Olfaction and taste
31 Somatosensory system
32 Pain systems I: nociceptors and nociceptive pathways
33 Pain systems II: pharmacology and management
34 Association cortices: the posterior parietal and prefrontal cortex
Motor systems
35 Organization of the motor system
36 Muscle spindle and lower motor neurone
37 Spinal cord motor organization and locomotion
38 Cortical motor areas
39 Primary motor cortex
40 Basal ganglia: anatomy and physiology
41 Basal ganglia: diseases and their treatments
42 Cerebellum
Cognition and neural plasticity
43 Reticular formation and sleep
44 Limbic system and long-term potentiation
45 Memory
46 Emotion, motivation and drug addiction
47 Neural plasticity and neurotrophic factors I: the peripheral nervous system
48 Neural plasticity and neurotrophic factors II: the central nervous system
49 Techniques for studying the nervous system
Applied neurobiology: the principles of neurology and psychiatry
50 Approach to the patient with neurological problems
51 Examination of the nervous system
52 Investigation of the nervous system
53 Imaging of the central nervous system
54 Clinical disorders of the sensory systems
55 Clinical disorders of the motor systems
56 Eye movements
57 Neurochemical disorders I: affective disorders
58 Neurochemical disorders II: schizophrenia
59 Neurochemical disorders III: anxiety
60 Neurodegenerative disorders
61 Neurophysiological disorders: epilepsy
62 Neuroimmunological disorders
63 Neurogenetic disorders
64 Cerebrovascular disease
65 Neuroradiological anatomy
History of neuroscientific discoveries
66 Historical neuroscience discoveries
Self-assessment case studies
Case studies and questions
Answers
Index

List of abbreviations


ACA
anterior cerebral artery
ACE-r
Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination, revized
ACh
acetylcholine
AChE
acetylcholinesterase
AChR
acetylcholine receptor
ACTH
adenocorticotrophic hormone
ADH
antidiuretic hormone (vasopressin)
ADHD
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
ALS
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
ANS
autonomic nervous system
APP
amyloid precursor protein
ATP
adenosine triphosphate
AVM
arteriovenous malformation
BBB
blood-brain barrier
BDNF
brain derived neurotrophic factor
BM
basilar membrane
BMP
bone morphogenic protein
BPPV
benign paroxysmal positional vertigo
BSAEP
brainstem auditory-evoked potential
CAA
cerebral amyloid angiopathy
CADASIL
cerebral autosomal-dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leucoencephalopathy
cAMP
cyclic adenosine monophosphate
CBM
cerebellum
CCK
cholecystokinin
cf
climbing fibre
cGMP
cyclic guanosine monophosphate
CMCT
central motor conduction time
CMUA
continuous motor unit activity
CNF
cuneiform nucleus
CNS
central nervous system
CNTF
ciliary neurotrophic factor
COMT
catecholamine-O-methyltransferase
CoST
corticospinal tract
COX
cyclo-oxygenase
CPAP
continuous positive airway pressure
CPG
central pattern generator
CPK
creatine phosphokinase
CRH
corticotrophin-releasing hormone
CRPS
complex regional pain syndrome
CSF
cerebrospinal fluid
CT
computed tomography
CVA
cerebrovascular accident
DA
dopamine
DAG
diacylglycerol
DAT
dementia of the Alzheimer type
DAT
dopamine transporter (scan)
dB
decibel
DC
dorsal column
DCN
dorsal cochlear nucleus
DoCN
dorsal column nuclei
DCNN
deep cerebellar nuclei neurone
DMD
Duchenne's muscular dystrophy
DNA
deoxyribonucleic acid
DREADD
Designer Receptors Exclusively Activated by Designer Drugs
DRG
dorsal root ganglion
DSCT
dorsal spinocerebellar tract
DSIP
delta sleep-inducing peptide
DSM-V
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th edition
ECG
electrocardiography/electrocardiogram
ECT
electroconvulsive therapy
EEG
electroencephalography/electroencephalogram
EMG
electromyography/electromyogram
ENS
enteric nervous system
EP
evoked potential
epp
end-plate potential
EPSP
excitatory postsynaptic potential
FDG
[18F]2-fluoro-2-deoxy-D-glucose
FEF
frontal eye field(s)
fMRI
functional magnetic resonance imaging
FTD
fronto-temporal dementia
GABA
?-aminobutyric acid
GAD
glutamic acid decarboxylase
GDNF
glial cell line derived neurotrophic factor
GoC
Golgi cell
GPe
globus pallidus, external segment
GPi
globus pallidus, internal segment
G-protein
guanosine triphosphate-binding protein
GrC
granule cell
GTO
Golgi tendon organ
GWAS
genome-wide association study
HIV
human immunodeficiency virus
HLA
histocompatibility locus antigen
HMM
heavy meromyosin
HMSN
hereditary motor sensory neuropathy
HPA
hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal
HPLC
high-performance liquid chromatography
5-HT
5-hydroxytryptamine (serotonin)
HTM
high-threshold mechanoreceptor
Hz
hertz
IC
inferior colliculus
ICA
internal carotid artery
IHC
inner hair cell
ILN
intralaminar nuclei (of the thalamus)
IN
interneurone
IP3
inositol triphosphate
IPAN
intrinsic primary afferent neurones
iPS
induced pluripotent stem cell
IPSP
inhibitory postsynaptic potential
JPS
joint position sense
LC
locus coeruleus
LEMS
Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome
LGMD
limb girdle muscular dystrophy
LGN
lateral geniculate nucleus of the thalamus
LMM
light meromyosin
LMN
lower motor neurone
LTD
long-term depression
LTP
long-term potentiation
MAO
monoamine oxidase
MAOA
monoamine oxidase type A
MAOB
monoamine oxidase type B
MAOI
monoamine oxidase inhibitor
MCA
middle cerebral artery
mepp
miniature end-plate potential
MGN
medial geniculate nucleus of the thalamus
MHC
major histocompatibility complex
MLF
medial longitudinal fasciculus
MMSE
Mini Mental State Examination
MN
motor neurone
MND
motor neurone disease
MRA
magnetic resonance angiography
MRC
Medical Research Council
MRI
magnetic resonance imaging
MRV
magnetic resonance venography
MsI
primary motor cortex
MUSK
muscle-specific kinase
NA
noradrenaline (norepinephrine)
nAChR
nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
NCS
nerve conduction studies
NFT
neurofibrillary tangle
NGF
nerve growth factor
NMDA
N-methyl-D-aspartate
NMDA-R
N-methyl-D-aspartate glutamate receptor
NMJ
neuromuscular junction
NO
nitric oxide
NS
neostriatum
NSAID
non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug
NSF
N-ethylmaleimide sensitive fusion protein
OB
olfactory bulb
OCD
obsessive compulsive disorder
OD
ocular dominance
OHC
outer hair cell
OSA
obstructive sleep apnoea
PCA
posterior cerebral artery
PCR
polymerase chain reaction
PET
positron emission tomography
pf
parallel fibre
PG
prostaglandin
PICA
posterior inferior cerebellar artery
PMC
premotor cortex
PMN
polymodal nociceptors
PMP
peripheral myelin protein
PNS
peripheral nervous system
PPC
posterior parietal cortex
PPN
pedunculopontine nucleus
PPRF
paramedian pontine reticular
formation
PuC
Purkinje cell
RA
rapidly adapting receptor
REM
rapid eye movement
ReST
reticulospinal tract
riMLF
rostral interstitial nucleus of the medial longitudinal fasciculus
RMS
rostral migratory stream
RuST
rubrospinal tract
SA
slowly adapting receptor
SCA
spinocerebellar ataxia
SCT
spinocerebellar tract
SHH
sonic hedgehog
SLE
systemic lupus erythematosus
SMA
supplementary motor area
SmI
primary somatosensory cortex
SmII
second somatosensory area
SNAP
soluble NSF attachment protein
SNARE
SNAP receptor
SNc
substantia nigra pars compacta
SNP
senile neuritic plaque
SNr
substantia nigra pars reticulata
SNS
sympathetic nervous system
SOC
superior olivary complex
SP
substance P
SPECT
single photon emission computed tomography
SR
sarcoplasmic reticulum
SSRI
selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor
STN
subthalamic nucleus
STT
spinothalamic tract
SUDEP
sudden unexpected death
SVZ
subventricular zone
SWS
slow-wave sleep
T
Tesla
tDCS
transcranial direct-current stimulation
TENS
transcutaneous nerve stimulation
TIA
transient ischaemic attack
TM
tectorial membrane
TMS
transcranial magnetic stimulation
TNF
tumour necrosis factor
TRH
thyrotrophin-releasing hormone
T-tubule
transverse tubule
UMN
upper motor neurone
UPR
unfolded protein response
UPS
ubiquitin-proteosome system
V1
primary visual cortex (Brodmann's area 17)
VA-VL
ventroanterior-ventrolateral nuclei of the...

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