Atlas of the Cellular Structure of the Human Nervous System
The Atlas of the Cellular Structure of the Human Nervous System presents full-color and black-and-white photographs of all the main areas of the brain-the cranial nerves, the ganglia, and peripheral nerves-viewed mainly by phase-contrast microscopy. In using unfixed tissue, shrinkage and distortion have been minimized, therefore, the structures illustrated are as identical as possible to those intact living humans.
- Hardback | 228 pages
- 200.66 x 264.16 x 20.32mm | 839.14g
- 01 May 1991
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- colour and b&w photographs, references, appendices, index
Table of contents
Colour macrographs of the brain; views of the intact brain; sections of the cerebrum and the cerebellum; microscopic constituent elements; cerebral cortex; subcortical structure cerebellum; spinal cord and ganglia; cranial nerves; peripheral nerves; pituitary, pineal and adrenal glands.