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The Upper Brainstem in the Human : Its Nuclear Configuration and Vascular Supply

Author: Benno Schlesinger
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1976.
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It was when the author of this book was working in the Department of Human Anatomy at Oxford University that Prof. W.E. Le Gros Clark encouraged him to study the vascularization of the brain. Le Gros Clark, who has an international reputation for his research on the diencephalon, may thus be regarded as one of the initiators of this investigation. The prese!1t work is born of the happy coinicidence of a number of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Benno Schlesinger
ISBN: 9783642662553 3642662552 9783642662577 3642662579
OCLC Number: 858929573
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: I Geometrical Methods in Brain Anatomy --
A. Vertico-Oblique and Double-Oblique Brain Sections --
B. The Construction of Stereographic Brain Models by the Combination of Sectional Views with Surface Views --
C. The Derivation of Sagittal. Horizontal, and Coronal Brain Sections from Oblique Brain Sections --
II The Nuclear Configuration of the Upper Brainstem --
A. Lateral Views of the Upper Brainstem --
B. Medial Views of the Upper Brainstem --
C. Dorsoventral Views of the Upper Brainstem --
D. Postero-Anterior Views of the Upper Brainstem --
E. Antero-Posterior Views of the Upper Brainstem --
III Extraparenchymal Blood Vessels of the Upper Brainstem --
A. Material and Methods --
B. Extraparenchymal Upper Brainstem Arteries --
C. Extraparenchymal Upper Brainstem Veins --
D. Regional Anatomy of Upper Brainstem Arteries and Veins --
IV The Parenchymal Blood Vessels of the Upper Brainstem --
A. The Parenchymal Branches of the Upper Brainstem Arteries --
B. Parenchymal Branches of Upper Brainstem Veins --
C. Microsectional Anatomy of Parenchymal Arteries and Veins --
D. Angioarchitecture --
V Blood Vessel Diseases of the Upper Brainstem --
A. Territories of Supply of Upper Brainstem Arteries --
B. Arterial Syndromes of the Upper Brainstem --
C. Venous Syndromes of the Upper Brainstem --
References.
Responsibility: by Benno Schlesinger.

Abstract:

It was when the author of this book was working in the Department of Human Anatomy at Oxford University that Prof. W.E. Le Gros Clark encouraged him to study the vascularization of the brain. Le Gros Clark, who has an international reputation for his research on the diencephalon, may thus be regarded as one of the initiators of this investigation. The prese!1t work is born of the happy coinicidence of a number of circumstances, namely, the author's possessing detailed anatomic knowledge and suitable techniques of carrying on research, and present the results, great patience, inventiveness and a special talent for dealing with highly complex material. It is necessary to know all this in order to understand how the author of this monograph was in the position to do such painstakingly detailed research on a subject of extreme complexity and to present it here in graphic and written form. The atlas fills a long felt want among neurosurgeons and researches in neuroana tomy as regards both the form and position of the nuclei and fiber tracts of the upper brain stem and the type and arrangement of its finer vascularization.

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