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by J.L. Vannson,J. Guyot,B. Parratte,L. Tatu,F. Vuillier,J. Bogousslavsky,E.A. Cabanis,M.T. Iba-Zizen,F. Cattin,M. Gaudron,Henri M. Duvernoy
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    J.L. Vannson,J. Guyot,B. Parratte,L. Tatu,F. Vuillier,J. Bogousslavsky,E.A. Cabanis,M.T. Iba-Zizen,F. Cattin,M. Gaudron,Henri M. Duvernoy
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    3540643494
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    978-3540643494
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    Springer; 2nd ed. 1999 edition (May 28, 1999)
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    263 pages
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Henri M. Duvernoy, Human Brain Stern Vessels. In collaboration with J. Guyot, B. Parratte, 1. Tatu, F. Vuillier, J. Bogousslavsky, . Cabanis, . Drawings by . With 187 Figures in 393 Parts.

Henri M. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg GmbH. Human Brain Stem Vessels. Including the Pineal Gland and Information on Brain Stem Infarction. Iba-Zizen, F. Cattin, and M. Gaudron. H. Duvernoy Laboratoire d'Anatomie, Faculte de Medecine et de Pharmacie Universite de Franche-Comte, 25000 Besan~on, France. Duvernoy (Author). The sedond part describes the fine internal vascular network and its correlation with the brain stem nervous structure. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. This book provides an overall view of the vascularization of the human brain stem. The first part of the book concerns the superficial ramifications of the arteries and veins, their points of penetration into the nervous tissue or emergence from it and their corresponding territories of distribution into the brain stem. Finally, the vascular territories are compared with MRI views of brain stem infarction.

This book provides an overall view of the vascularization of the human brain stem. This book will be of interest for all who work in the field of neuroscience but particularly neurologists, neurosurgeons and neuroradiologists concerned with the vascular diseases in the brain. The vascularization nerves are a 'map'to endoscopic neurosurgeons.

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by Henri M. Duvernoy, J. Parratte, L. Cattin, M. Published 1999 by Springer in Berlin, New York. Atlases, Blood supply, Blood-vessels, Brain stem, Neurology & clinical neurophysiology, Medical, Nursing, Neurology - General, Neurosurgery, Human Central Nervous System Function, Science, Medical, Neuroscience, Surgery - Neurosurgery, Medical, Surgery, Neurosurgery, Life Sciences - Human Anatomy & Physiology

Henri M. Vannson, J. Vannson

Henri M. Vannson. Thus the reader will have a more precise and complete view of the superficial brainstem vessels. A special study on the pineal or collicular region is also included and the last plates of the book show a correlation between the vascular territories and MRI views of brainstem vascular diseases.

Human Brain Stem Vessels : Including the Pineal Gland and Information on Brain Stem Infarction. by Henri M. Duvernoy.

book by Henri M. Human Brain Stem Vessels : Including the Pineal Gland and Information on Brain Stem Infarction.

Thus the reader will have a more precise and complete view of the superficial brainstem vessels

Henri M. Duvernoy11 de noviembre de 2013. Springer Science & Business Media.

Blood supply of the brain. Cabanis, F. Cattin, J. Guyot, . Iba-Zizen, P. Maeder, B. Vuillier.

A number of atlases do exist at the present time, but we felt that the serial were not enough if not made obvious, being defined in relation with the sections by themselves brain surface as shown in Figs. Blood supply of the brain. 404. Blood supply of the cerebral cortex.

Compared to its predecessor, this new edition also includes figures relating to the superficial venous network of the brain stem, thus giving readers a more precise and complete view of the superficial brainstem vessels. It also includes a special study on the pineal or collicular region and a correlation between the vascular territories and MRI views of brainstem vascular diseases. The book provides a complete view of the vascularization of the brainstem in humans including the arteries, veins and capillary network, for the study of brainstem pathology.