Nerves and Nerve Injuries: Vol 1: History; Embryology; Anatomy; Imaging; and Diagnostics

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R. Shane Tubbs, Elias Rizk, Mohammad Ali M. Shoja, Marios Loukas, Nicholas Barbaro, Robert J. Spinner


Academic Press; 1st edition










0124103901; 0124104479


9780124103900/ 9780124104471

Book Description

The Nerves and Nerve Injuries Volume 1 (PDF) is the first comprehensive study that is entirely devoted to the nerves of the body. These e-books are going to turn into the “go to” source in the field since they contain vital research that is necessary for anyone who is studying nerves or treating patients who have suffered nerve injuries. The nerves are dealt with using a scientific approach, which includes reviewing details such as their anatomy (both macroscopic and microscopic), pathology, physiology, inspection (both physical and imaging), as well as medical and surgical procedures. The authors who have contributed their knowledge and experience are recognized authorities on the subject internationally. The topics discussed in this book range from the intricacies of embryology and precise nerve anatomy to cutting-edge information regarding treatment, disease, and mathematical modeling of the nerves.

Injuries to the Nerves and Nerves The first volume focuses on the history of nerves, embryology, anatomy, imaging, and diagnosis. Other topics covered include. This volume provides a comprehensive description of the architecture of the cranial and peripheral nerves, as well as thorough information regarding imaging modalities and diagnostic examinations.



  • Detailed information regarding the anatomy of the cranial and peripheral nerves, in addition to the history of these nerves and their ultrastructure
  • Authored by acknowledged authorities on the subject from all across the world, this collection offers the broadest and most knowledgable coverage currently available.
  • Comprehensive information regarding the imaging techniques and clinical examinations that were carried out in order to observe and investigate the nerves


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Table of contents

Front Matter, Pages i-ii
Copyright, Page iv
Dedication, Page v
Contributors, Pages xix-xxii, Gamze Altun, Berrin Zuhal Altunkaynak, Muhammed Eyup Altunkaynak, Nihal Apaydin, Riánsares Arriazu, Emmanuel A. Baidoo, J. Nicole Bentley, Brion Benninger, Matthew Boissaud-Cooke, Anna Carrera, Alper Cesmebasi, Ying Chen, Ki Jinn Chin, Andrew Choi, Eileen A. Choudhury, Richard Câmara, Roberto Corona-Cedillo, Matteo de Notaris, Omur Gülsüm Deniz, Ebru Elibol, Angelina Espino Barros Palau, et al.
Foreword, Page xxiii, Susan Standring
Preface, Page xxv, R. Shane Tubbs, Elias Rizk, Mohammadali M. Shoja, Marios Loukas, Nicholas Barbaro, Robert J. Spinner
Chapter 1 – History of the Peripheral and Cranial Nerves, Pages 3-22, James Tait Goodrich, Michel Kliot
Chapter 2 – History of Peripheral Nerve Repair, Pages 23-36, Beverly C. Walters
Chapter 3 – Embryology of the Peripheral Nerves, Pages 37-40, Mehmet Emin Onger, Aysın Pinar Türkmen, Ebru Elibol, Gamze Altun, Omur Gülsüm Deniz, Berrin Zuhal Altunkaynak, Süleyman Kaplan
Chapter 4 – Development of the Cranial Nerves, Pages 41-53, Aysın Pinar Türkmen, Berrin Zuhal Altunkaynak, Mehmet Emin Onger, Ebru Elibol, Omur Gülsüm Deniz, Muhammed Eyup Altunkaynak, Süleyman Kaplan
Chapter 5 – Comparative Anatomy of the Peripheral Nerves, Pages 55-77, Malcon Andrei Martinez-Pereira, Denise Maria Zancan
Chapter 6 – Histologic Examination of Peripheral Nerves, Pages 79-89, Michal Miko, Ivan Varga
Chapter 7 – Microscopic Morphology and Ultrastructure of Human Peripheral Nerves, Pages 91-106, Miguel A. Reina, Xavier Sala-Blanch, Riánsares Arriazu, Fabiola Machés
Chapter 8 – Nerve Fiber Types, Pages 107-113, Ivan Varga, Boris Mravec
Chapter 9 – Techniques for Intraoperative Peripheral Nerve Assessment and Implications for Treatment, Pages 117-123, George F. Lebus, Jeffry T. Watson, Donald H. Lee
Chapter 10 – Nerve Conduction Studies and Needle EMG, Pages 125-145, John C. Kincaid
Chapter 11 – Regional Nerve Blocks of the Head and Neck, Pages 147-151, Joshua B. Moskovitz, Andrew Choi
Chapter 12 – Principles of Major Nerve Blockade for the Perioperative Clinician: Indications, Common Side Effects, and Complications, Pages 153-165, Philippe Gautier, Catherine Vandepitte, Xavier Sala-Blanch, Anna Lopez, Anna Carrera, Daquan Xu, Admir Hadzic
Chapter 13 – Imaging of Entrapped Peripheral Nerves, Pages 167-171, Parham Pezeshk
Chapter 14 – Imaging Anatomy of the Cranial Nerves, Pages 173-193, Ernesto Roldan-Valadez, Jaime J. Martinez-Anda, Roberto Corona-Cedillo
Chapter 15 – Clinical Examination of the Cranial Nerves, Pages 195-225, Adam Fisch
Chapter 16 – Ultrasound of the Peripheral Nerves, Pages 227-250, Kamen V. Vlassakov, Xavier Sala-Blanch
Chapter 17 – Anesthesia of the Peripheral Nerves, Pages 251-270, Richelle Kruisselbrink, Ki Jinn Chin
Chapter 18 – Anatomy of the Olfactory Nerves, Pages 273-276, Candace Wooten
Chapter 19 – Anatomy of the Optic Nerve and Visual Pathway, Pages 277-303, Andrew G. Lee, Michael L. Morgan, Angelina Espino Barros Palau, Christina K. Mai, Ying Chen, Timothy Soeken, Eileen A. Choudhury, Niloofar Yari
Chapter 20 – The Oculomotor Nerve, Pages 305-309, Swetal Patel
Chapter 21 – Anatomy of the Trochlear Nerve, Pages 311-317, Giorgio Iaconetta, Matteo de Notaris, Alberto Prats-Galino
Chapter 22 – Anatomy of the Trigeminal Nerve, Pages 319-350, Erin P. Fillmore, Mark F. Seifert
Chapter 23 – Anatomy of the Abducens Nerve, Pages 351-355, Emmanuel A. Baidoo, R. Shane Tubbs
Chapter 24 – Anatomy of the Facial Nerve, Pages 357-364, Michael C. Lysek Jr.
Chapter 25 – Anatomy of the Vestibulocochlear Nerve, Pages 365-370, Anthony Zandian, R. Shane Tubbs, Marios Loukas
Chapter 26 – Anatomy of the Glossopharyngeal Nerve, Pages 371-383, R. Shane Tubbs, Mohammadali M. Shoja, Marios Loukas
Chapter 27 – Anatomy of the Vagus Nerve, Pages 385-397, Richard Câmara, Christoph J. Griessenauer
Chapter 28 – The Accessory Nerve (CN XI), Pages 399-415, Brion Benninger
Chapter 29 – The Hypoglossal Nerve, Pages 417-425, Shamfa C. Joseph, Marios Loukas
Chapter 30 – Blood Supply of the Cranial Nerves, Pages 427-438, Philipp Hendrix, Christoph J. Griessenauer, Paul Foreman, Mohammadali M. Shoja, R. Shane Tubbs
Chapter 31 – Anatomy of the Cervical Plexus and Its Branches, Pages 441-449, Alper Cesmebasi
Chapter 32 – The Dorsal Rootlets, Ventral Rootlets, Spinal Nerve, and Rami, Pages 451-469, Toshiyuki Saito, Hanno Steinke
Chapter 33 – Anatomy of the Dorsal Root Ganglion, Pages 471-476, Alper Cesmebasi
Chapter 34 – Human Dermatomes, Pages 477-483, Swetal Patel
Chapter 35 – History of the Dermatomes, Pages 485-493, Shamfa C. Joseph, Marios Loukas
Chapter 36 – Anatomy of the Sympathetic Nervous System, Pages 495-506, Toral R. Patel
Chapter 37 – The Microcirculation of Peripheral Nerves: The Vasa Nervorum, Pages 507-523, Matthew Boissaud-Cooke, Thomas Edward Pidgeon, Richard Tunstall
Chapter 38 – Anatomy of the Ventral Rami, Upper Trunk, and Its Divisions and Branches, Pages 527-535, Jay K. Nathan, John E. McGillicuddy
Chapter 39 – Anatomy of the Medial Cord and Its Branches, Pages 537-545, Caroline C. Watson
Chapter 40 – Anatomy of the Lateral Cord and Its Branches, Pages 547-551, Elyne Kahn, Lynda J.-S. Yang
Chapter 41 – Anatomy of the Median Nerve and Its Branches, Pages 553-562, Luis Savastano, Lynda J.-S. Yang
Chapter 42 – Anatomy of the Posterior Cord and Its Branches, Pages 563-574, J. Nicole Bentley, Lynda J.-S. Yang
Chapter 43 – Anatomic Landmarks for Selected Nerves of the Head, Neck, and Upper and Lower Limbs, Pages 575-588, R. Shane Tubbs, Dylan Goodrich, Koichi Watanabe, Marios Loukas
Chapter 44 – Clinical Importance of Anatomic Variation of the Nerves of the Upper Extremity, Pages 589-605, Mark A. Mahan, Robert J. Spinner
Chapter 45 – Anatomy of the Lumbar Plexus, Pages 609-617, S. Ali Mirjalili
Chapter 46 – Anatomy of the Sacral Plexus L4-S4, Pages 619-626, S. Ali Mirjalili
Chapter 47 – Variations of the Lumbar and Sacral Plexuses and Their Branches, Pages 627-645, Nihal Apaydin
Chapter 48 – Abdominal Pre- and Para-aortic and Inferior Hypogastric Plexuses, Pages 647-658, R. Shane Tubbs, Mohammadali M. Shoja, Marios Loukas
Chapter 49 – Anatomy of the Coccygeal Plexus, Pages 659-661, Candace Wooten
Index, Pages 663-673

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