Manter and Gatz s Essentials of Clinical Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology, 10...
|Title||:||Manter and Gatz's Essentials of Clinical Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology, 10th Edition 10th Edition by Sid Gilman, Sarah Winans Newman (2002) Paperback|
|Format Type||:||Audio Book|
|Publisher||:||F A Davis Company, 2002 10 edition|
|Number of Pages||:||463 Pages|
|File Size||:||988 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Manter and Gatz's Essentials of Clinical Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology, 10th Edition 10th Edition by Sid Gilman, Sarah Winans Newman (2002) Paperback Reviews
While I am not a neurophysiologist, I did use an older edition of this in college, and I like this edition much, much better. It seems that the authors were trying to keep the accuracy, but delete some of the non essential, technical jargon. Neuroanatomy/ neurophysiology is complex, and anyone who attempts to clarify it, and make it easier to understand for those of us who are attempting to learn it should be commended.
Perfect for what i needed for hopefully it will continue to be a great resource in the rest of my classes
Wouldn't buy this again. It's ok and has all the info although it is way over your head if you dont already it. Blumenfeld neuro (the huge black book- intimidating looking) is one of the most amazing textbooks in all of med school. Most med students don't have a neuro background and Blumenfeld teaches you from a blank slate (which is what I had). This book would be useful after you learned and understood everything to use as a recap before exams. I do like that it is small (less scary)
Great book, very descriptive of the nerve system, but still easy to understand.
Awesome book. Have read prior edition. This one has improved greatly. The best concise review for Neuro Ana and Neuro Phys.
Can't believe it's still around. Iconic reference text!
This is the most inaccessible text book ever. If you are already a neuro scientist it might be fine. This is the text assigned for an intro. online neuro class I am taking, which means I am essentially teaching myself. I went to my local university and took 4 other neuro science text books out of the library and they are a lot easier to understand and read. The only thing that is positive about this book is that it is a relatively small paperback. Even the mnemonic they gave for remembering nerves is absurdly difficult. There are much easier mnemonics on the internet. Check out Leslie Samuel's You tube videos and get a different text book if you have a choice.