WEBSITES : CRANIAL NERVES (PART 2)|
Useful Websites related to Cranial Nerves 1.
Nuclei and Nerves at http://w3.uokhsc.edu/human_physiology/cranial
20nerves/cranial 20nerves is a site crafted by Kennon M. Garrett from the University
of Oklahoma. The pathological specimens of cranial nerves nuclei and nerve tracts
are all featured here. A summary of the cranial nerves is also available at http://w3.uokhsc.edu/human_physiology/cranial%20nerves/CNsummary.html
2. The Cranial Nerves CAL Package at http://www.teaching-biomed.man.ac.uk/resources/wwwcal/cranial_nerves/
is a site that deals with the Cranial Nerves comprehensively. The site hosted
from University of Manchester has multiple sections that comprises functions,
cranial nerve route maps, sensory nerves, motor nerves, mixed nerves, cranial
nerve nuclei, positions of the ganglia and cranial nerve diseases. The site is
catered to help students as a supplementary learning tool.
3. Nerfs crâniens is an exposition of Cranial Nerves in French
Authored by Bertrand Boutillier and Pr. Gérard Outrequin the site has both "Textes
et illustrations" of all the 12 Cranial Nerves.
Nuclei of the Cranial Nerves is a valuable webpage featured at http://thalamus.wustl.edu/course/brstem.html.
The site has written material well illustrated with stained specimens. The cranial
nerves that originate in the brainstem are discussed with material on nerves that
innervate the eye muscles, trigeminal nerve, facial nerve, taste, hearing and
balance, glossopharyngeal nerve, salivation, various and sundry nuclei of the
vagus, spinal accessory nerve and hypoglossal nerve.
Nerve Anatomy at http://www.medinfo.ufl.edu/year1/trigem/home.html
is a feature specifically focusing on the 5the cranial nerve. Created for fellow
students of anatomy by Jeremy S. Melker, at University of Florida, Gainesville,
US, the material is divided into section such as Section, Study, Anatomy. Text,
reviews and so on. The anatomy images have features on V1 & V2 - superficial dissection,
V1 & V2 - anterior view, V1, V2, & V3 - trigeminal ganglion, V1 - detail
The Internet Pathology Laboratory for Medical Education from the Florida State
University College of Medicine is an educative web resource popularly referred
as "WebPath" that covers nearly 2000 images along with text, tutorials, for self-assessment.
One such area that focuses on gross findings with labelled images of pathological
specimen of cranial nerves and brain is available at http://www.medlib.med.utah.edu/WebPath/HISTHTML/NEURANAT/CNS324A.html.
7. From the Karolinska Institute Library, Stockholm, Sweden,
an useful set of links titled Cranial Nerve Diseases is available at http://www.mic.ki.se/Diseases/c10.292.html.
The links are subset of a larger repository of neurology related material titled
Nervous System Diseases, available at http://www.mic.ki.se/Diseases/c10.html.
Family Practice Notebook is authored by Scott Moses from Minnesota.
Intended to aid primary care providers the book has educative material on a wide
variety of topics. One such topic is Cranial Nerve which is featured in from Family
Practice Notebook is accessible at http://www.fpnotebook.com/NEUCh4.htm.
9. The 2nd Edition of John Hopkins Atlas of Human Functional
Anatomy is authored by Melvin H. Epstein, and Donlin M. Long. There is a section
on cranial nerves accessible at http://www.albany.net/~tjc/23-00.html.
Besides this, other important topics such as Gross Anatomy, Ventricles , Functional
Anatomy, Blood Supply and CerebroSpinal Fluid is covered.
From the University of Idaho, the Med Science Nervous System Course focusing on
Cranial Nerves is available at http://www.sci.uidaho.edu/med532/cranialnervestartpage.htm.
This feature on Cranial Nerves has many illustrations and the graphical sections
featured includes overview, outlines and summary
Nerve Review is available at http://18.104.22.168/cn/cn.htm.
Featured in this site are Cranial Nerve Review Tables, Diagrams, and Exercises
which requires Java and Shockwave. The Cranial Nerves - Anatomy
is an educative feature created by G Stuart Rutherfoord. One can place cursor
over underlined link to see position of cranial nerve as it enters skull.
A comprehensive text material on Cranial Nerves and Nuclei is posted
A website specifically dealing with the association between Cranial Nerve
and Neuropathy is on hand at http://www.neuro.wustl.edu/neuromuscular/nanatomy/cn.html.
Nerves - A Head Case authored by Jeffrey Caplan, is offered at http://www.can-do.com/uci/ssi2001/cranial.html;
the material has links to Cranial Nerves: Review Info at http://www.gwc.maricopa.edu/class/bio201/cn/cranial.htm
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