The Amygdaloid Nuclear Complex: Anatomic Study of the Human Amygdala
By Vincent Di Marino, Yves Etienne, Maurice Niddam
This timely book allows clinicians of the nervous system, who are increasingly confronted with degenerative and psychiatric diseases, to familiarize themselves with the cerebral amygdala and the anatomical structures involved in these pathologies. Its striking photos of cerebral sections and dissections should help MRI specialists to more precisely study the detailed images provided by their constantly evolving equipment.
- Published on: 2015-12-26
- Original language: English
- Number of items: 1
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- Binding: Hardcover
- 162 pages
About the Author
Vincent Di Marino is Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, Honorary Director of the Laboratory of Anatomy (Faculty of medicine; Marseille, FRANCE) and former surgeon of the hospitals. He is also former director of the Renal Transplantation Center at Sainte-Marguerite Hospital in Marseille, former director of the Anatomy Laboratory at the Aix-Marseille University (Faculty of Medicine) in Marseille (France). Currently, his research topics are focused on the central nervous system and the pelvis. Yves Etienne is a former Assistant of Anatomy, former Doctor of the hospitals of sanitary region, forensic pathologist, consultant of the unit of forensic medicine (Timone Hospital. Marseille, France). Maurice Niddam is a forensic pathologist, consultant of the unit of forensic medicine (Timone Hospital. Marseille, France).