Brain Dissections : Neuroanatomy Video Lab 脑部解剖：神经解剖视频实验室
About the Neuroanatomy Video Lab: Brain Dissections
This series of Neuroanatomy video lessons with brain dissections has two principal objectives. The first is to provide viewers access to human brain specimens, something lacking in many places. The second is to simplify the anatomy, omitting some details, and making numerous generalizations. This helps keep the focus on the localization of a patient's disease within the nervous system. Students are often overwhelmed with excessive detail which makes the correlation of structure and function more difficult. The presentation sequence is in a logical order for a class, but each video is designed to standalone and be used just-in-time to make a clinical point. (read more)
More About the Neuroanatomy Video Lab: Brain Dissections
The series originated when teaching with a neurologist in Ghana and Kenya where it was clear when anatomy was taught and separated from the clinic by many years, much was not retained. Here Dr. Stensaas presents just enough anatomy to localize the patient's problem. These videos can be used before or after a clinical case presentation. Apologies are offered for a few minor errors that could not be corrected due to the one time recording opportunity as well as an unscripted personal style.
①观看此系列课程，可能需要 ke xue shang wang；