This is a compilation of high yield topics on neuroanatomy with visual mnemonics and illustrations targeted for undergraduate medical students who find difficulty in conceptualizing the nervous system.
Author: Dr. Sulabh Kumar Shrestha
- Covers clinically and academically important topics
- Schematic diagrams
- Visual mnemonics
- Useful for medical students, PG and USMLE aspirants
- How to draw mid-brain cross-section?
- How to draw pons cross-section?
- How to draw medulla cross-section?
- Spinal cord cross-section and tracts simplified
- Vertebro-basilar arterial systems and syndromes
- Circle of willis – mnemonics and drawing
- Circle of willis and blood supply of forebrain
- Dural reflections and venous sinuses
- Microanatomy of cerebral cortex
- Brodmann areas and lesions
- Thalamic connections
- Nuclei of hypothalamus
- Internal capsule
- Simplified basal ganglia
- CSF circulation
- Trigeminal nerve
- Facial nerve
- Auditory pathway and Vestibular pathway
- 10 retinal layers
- Visual pathway
- Horizontal conjugate gaze pathway
- Limbic system
- Brown-sequard syndrome – Anatomical basis
- Lateral medullary syndrome (Wallenberg syndrome) – Anatomical basis
- Medial medullary syndrome (Djerine syndrome) – Anatomical basis
- Brachial plexus
- Lumbar plexus
He is the section editor of Orthopedics in Epomedicine. He searches for and share simpler ways to make complicated medical topics simple. He also loves writing poetry, listening and playing music.
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Thank you so much for sharing this ! it’s amazing. However there are alot of blurred text in this documnet so I would appreciate it if u could fix that to facilitate learning
Please upload a newer version because some words are blurred and can’t be read properly.. Thanks!!!