Neuroanatomy for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (2nd Edition)

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book-author

Matthew H. Rouse

publisher

Jones – Bartlett Learning; 2nd edition

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PDF

pages

382 pages

language

English

asin

B07LFL14MD

isbn10

1284151069

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9781284151060


Book Description

Neuroanatomy for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology; 2nd Edition; (PDF) is specifically tailored to the needs of Communication Sciences and Disorders college students. Updated with the latest research; it includes foundational knowledge of general neuroanatomy with a focus that is relevant to both audiences of speech-language audiology and pathology. This student-friendly and engaging textbook is organized into 4 main sections:

Part 1 introduces students to the nervous system;

Part 2 discusses the main neurological structures;

Part 3 focuses on the neurology of speech; hearing; language; emotion; cognition; and swallowing; and

Part 4 delves into practicing neuroanatomy in the field.

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book-author

Matthew H. Rouse

publisher

Jones – Bartlett Learning; 2nd edition

file-type

PDF

pages

382 pages

language

English

asin

B07LFL14MD

isbn10

1284151069

isbn13

9781284151060

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover……Page 1
Neuroanatomy: For Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology……Page 2
Copyright Page……Page 3
Dedication……Page 4
Brief Contents……Page 6
Contents……Page 8
Preface……Page 14
About the Author……Page 18
Reviewers……Page 20
PART I Introductory Issues……Page 22
Chapter 1 Introduction to Neurology……Page 24
Introduction: Defining Neurology……Page 25
The Nervous System Is a Precious Resource……Page 26
What Does Neurology Mean to Me?……Page 27
Famous People With Neurological Conditions……Page 28
Prevalence, Incidence, and Cost of Neurological Disorders……Page 29
Classification of Neurological Disorders……Page 30
Prehistory……Page 32
Later History……Page 33
Modern History……Page 34
Neuroscience Today……Page 38
Structural Imaging Techniques……Page 39
Functional Imaging Techniques……Page 41
Combined Structural and Functional Imaging Techniques……Page 42
Conclusion……Page 43
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 45
Case Study……Page 46
References……Page 47
Chapter 2 Navigation and Organization of the Nervous System……Page 48
The Anatomical Position……Page 49
Body Planes……Page 52
Directional Terms……Page 53
Muscle Actions……Page 56
An Anatomical Approach……Page 57
A Functional Approach……Page 60
Conclusion……Page 63
Key Terms……Page 64
References……Page 65
Chapter 3 Development of the Nervous System……Page 66
Genes, Chromosomes, and Cells……Page 67
Fertilization and the First Weeks of Life……Page 69
Dorsal Induction (GA: 3–7 Weeks)……Page 70
Ventral Induction (GA: 2–3 Months)……Page 72
Neuronal Migration (GA: 3–5 Months)……Page 74
Cortical Organization and Synapse Formation (GA: 5 Months to Years Postnatal)……Page 75
The Development of the Adolescent Brain……Page 76
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 77
Questions for Deeper Reflection……Page 78
References……Page 79
PART II General Neuroanatomy……Page 80
Chapter 4 The Cells of the Nervous System……Page 82
Historical Considerations……Page 83
Molecules……Page 84
An Overview of Nervous System Cells……Page 85
Glial Cells……Page 87
Neuron Form……Page 88
Important Aspects of Neuron Function……Page 95
The Firing Neuron: The Analogy of a Gun……Page 97
The All-or-None Principle……Page 101
Intellectual Disability……Page 103
Brain Tumors……Page 104
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis……Page 106
Multiple Sclerosis……Page 107
Guillain–Barré Syndrome……Page 108
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 109
Case Studies……Page 110
References……Page 111
Chapter 5 The Spinal Cord, Brainstem, Cranial Nerves, and Cerebellum……Page 114
Spinal Cord Form……Page 115
Spinal Cord Function……Page 123
Select Disorders of the Spinal Cord……Page 124
Brainstem……Page 127
External Organization of the Brainstem……Page 128
Internal Organization of the Brainstem……Page 131
Select Disorders of the Brainstem……Page 132
Cranial Nerve II: The Optic Nerve……Page 133
Cranial Nerve III: The Oculomotor Nerve……Page 138
Cranial Nerve VI: The Abducens Nerve……Page 139
Cranial Nerve VII: The Facial Nerve……Page 140
Cranial Nerve VIII: The Vestibulocochlear (or Auditory) Nerve……Page 141
Cranial Nerve X: The Vagus Nerve……Page 142
Cranial Nerve XII: The Hypoglossal Nerve……Page 143
Anatomy of the Cerebellum……Page 144
Cerebellar Function……Page 145
Select Disorders of the Cerebellum……Page 146
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 147
Key Terms……Page 148
References……Page 149
Chapter 6 Diencephalon, Basal Ganglia, and Brain Ventricles……Page 152
Thalamus……Page 153
Epithalamus……Page 157
Structure and Function of the Basal Ganglia……Page 158
Basal Ganglia Disorders……Page 161
Structure and Function……Page 165
Disorders of the Ventricles……Page 167
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 168
Case Study……Page 169
References……Page 170
Chapter 7 The Cerebrum: A Survey……Page 172
Protection: The Meninges……Page 173
Protection: The Blood–Brain Barrier……Page 174
Nourishment: The Cerebral Arteries……Page 177
Important Cerebral Landmarks……Page 179
The Lobes of the Brain……Page 181
Hemispheric Specialization……Page 182
Inter- and Intrahemispheric Connections……Page 183
Cerebral Vascular Accident……Page 184
Traumatic Brain Injury……Page 187
Cerebral Palsy……Page 188
Stuttering……Page 189
Use It or Lose It and Use It and Improve It……Page 190
Interference Matters……Page 191
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 192
Case Study……Page 193
References……Page 194
Chapter 8 The Cerebrum: Cerebral Function……Page 196
Introduction……Page 197
Frontal Lobe……Page 198
Parietal Lobe……Page 204
Occipital Lobe: The Visual Cortex……Page 209
Temporal Lobe……Page 210
Cingulate Cortex……Page 215
Insular Cortex……Page 216
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 217
Case Study……Page 218
References……Page 219
PART III Neuroanatomy Applied to Communication and Communication Disorders……Page 222
Chapter 9 Consciousness and Disorders of Consciousness……Page 224
Neural Mechanisms of Wakefulness……Page 225
The Glasgow Coma Scale……Page 226
The Rancho Levels of Cognitive Functioning……Page 228
An Overview of Disorders of Consciousness……Page 230
Specific Disorders of Consciousness……Page 232
Treatment of People With Disorders of Consciousness……Page 235
Disorders of Consciousness and Personhood……Page 237
Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology, and Disorders of Consciousness……Page 238
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 239
Key Terms……Page 240
References……Page 241
Chapter 10 The Neurology of Hearing and Balance……Page 244
The Peripheral Auditory System……Page 245
The Central Auditory System……Page 248
Select Disorders of the Auditory System……Page 252
The Peripheral Vestibular System……Page 255
The Central Vestibular System……Page 256
Select Vestibular Disorders……Page 258
Conclusion……Page 259
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 261
Suggested Projects……Page 262
References……Page 263
Chapter 11 The Neurology of Speech……Page 264
The Linguistic Planning Level……Page 265
The Motor Planning and Programming Levels……Page 267
The Motor Control Circuits……Page 268
The Direct Motor Pathway……Page 270
The Indirect Motor System……Page 273
The Final Common Pathway……Page 274
Ascending Sensory Pathways……Page 278
Kinesthesia……Page 279
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 280
Draw It to Know It……Page 281
References……Page 282
Chapter 12 The Neurology of Language……Page 284
The Components of Language……Page 285
The Neural Basis of Language……Page 286
Auditory Comprehension of Language……Page 287
Visual Comprehension of Language……Page 289
The Oral Production of Language……Page 292
The Written Expression of Language……Page 293
Aphasia……Page 295
Alexia……Page 300
Agraphia……Page 303
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 306
Draw It to Know It……Page 307
References……Page 308
Chapter 13 The Neurology of Swallowing……Page 310
The Oral Preparatory Stage……Page 311
The Pharyngeal Stage……Page 313
Brainstem Involvement……Page 314
Subcortical and Cortical Controls……Page 315
Neurology of the Cough Response……Page 316
Neurology of Silent Aspiration……Page 317
The General Nature of Neurogenic Dysphagia……Page 319
Specific Neurological Conditions Involving Dysphagia……Page 320
Conclusion……Page 321
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 322
References……Page 323
Chapter 14 The Neurology of Cognition……Page 326
Types of Attention……Page 327
Neural Mechanisms of Attention……Page 328
Working Memory……Page 329
Long-Term Memory……Page 330
Executive Functions……Page 333
Right Hemisphere Disorder……Page 334
Traumatic Brain Injury……Page 336
Dementia……Page 337
Conclusion……Page 340
Key Terms……Page 341
References……Page 342
Chapter 15 The Neurology of Emotion……Page 344
Emotional Intelligence……Page 345
Theories of Emotion……Page 346
The Limbic System……Page 347
The Amygdala……Page 348
The Insular Cortex……Page 349
Autism……Page 350
Lability……Page 351
Training Particular Counseling Skills……Page 352
Summary of Learning Objectives……Page 353
Draw It to Know It……Page 354
References……Page 355
PART IV Practicing Neuroanatomy……Page 358
Chapter 16 The Neurological Exam……Page 360
The Neurological Exam……Page 361
The Tools of the Neurological Exam……Page 362
The Steps of the Neurological Exam……Page 363
A Comparison of Neurological Exams by Neurologists and SLPs/Audiologists……Page 364
Cranial Nerve Signs……Page 365
Motor Signs……Page 367
Reflex Signs……Page 368
Sensory Signs……Page 369
Other Signs……Page 370
Conclusion……Page 372
Key Terms……Page 373
References……Page 374
Glossary……Page 376
Index……Page 392

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