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Visually Memorable Neuroanatomy for Beginners

  • Book

  • July 2020
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 4894853

Visually Memorable Neuroanatomy for Beginners takes a close look at the anatomy of the human brain and teaches readers to identify and examine its structures in a relatable way. Unlike large textbooks that deliver a superficial overview of the subject, this book explores the anatomy and physiology of the brain using mnemonic techniques and informative comic figures that present brain regions at an introductory level, allowing readers to easily identify different parts of the brain. This volume is appropriate for undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and researchers in the medicine, health sciences, and biological sciences.

Beginning with the morphology of the brain and spinal cord, this book then explores the somatic nerve and autonomic nerve, the cranial nerve and spinal nerve, the function of the brain, and concludes with the development of the nervous system.

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Table of Contents

1. Morphology of brain, spinal cord2. Somatic nerve, autonomic nerve3. Cranial nerve, spinal nerve4. Function of brain5. Development of nervous system


Min Suk Chung Ajou University School of Medicine, South Korea. Dr. Min Suk Chung is a Professor in Department of Anatomy, Ajou University School of Medicine in South Korea. He received his MD, MS, and PhD degrees from Yonsei University. He has taught anatomy for decades by black/white board lecture, which is the foundation of the schematic figures of this neuroanatomy book. He has also drawn anatomy cartoons, some of which are included in this volume. Beom Sun Chung Yonsei University Wonju College of Medicine, South Korea. Dr. Beom Sun Chung is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anatomy, Yonsei University Wonju College of Medicine, South Korea. He received his MD degree from Soonchunhyang University and MS, PhD degrees from Ajou University. He is interested in the stereoscopic models of the brain, reconstructed from the serially sectioned images of cadaver (Visible Korean).