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The Human Brain in Photographs and Diagrams. Featuring level differentiation, the selection path remains on the bar for further selection or for return to the higher level: Textbook of Human Neuroanatomy.
The bar on the left facilitates selection of the chapter; once selected, sub-chapters and other selection options expand. In the teaching mode, the right cjhak contains Latin names of the structures in the English versions there are English terms. Usually, we did not state a duplicate term based on two possibilities of identifying the direction e.
Holibka were used in the program. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 6th editon.
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An Atlas of structures, Sectiones, and System. The following abbreviations are used in the text: Upon the basic vihak of an image or chapter, the description of individual photos and the chapter introductions appear. The program is intended predominantly for 2nd year students of General Medicine and 1st year students of Dentistry, Clinical Kinesiology and Kinesiotherapy, and Physiotherapy, studying the subject of Anatomy.
Its goal is an overall presentation of basic information concerning the structure and function of the central nervous system while using a complex of schematic drawings, corresponding photos, and concise texts.
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To select terms alphabetically, press: Other views enable switching between various representations that are available for the particular structure: Diagrams from textbook CNS lecture notes by prof. Older students will find the program useful for revision of neuroanatomy when studying neurophysiology, neuropathology, and clinical fields.
On the upper bar on the right there is the structure description. From any level of view it is possible to select the Czech or English version by pressing: When moving the mouse across anagomie name of the particular section, the corresponding number on the image or photo turns red; when clicking on the name, it turns blue and the description of the section appears.
Numbers in the image or photo respond similarly. Arrows serve to proceed step by step in the teaching mode: If the nomenclature uses anatomiw terms, they are separated by a semi-colon. Italics denote structures that complement basic information or structures that are specified in the particular chapter only in order to help with orientation of the slide.