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Barker. Neuroanatomy & Neuroscience at a Glance. 5e. 2017.

Anatomical and functional organization
1 Development of the nervous system
2 Organization of the nervous system
3 Autonomic nervous system
4 Enteric nervous system
5 Meninges and cerebrospinal fluid
6 Blood supply to the central nervous system
7 Cranial nerves
8 Anatomy of the brainstem
9 Organization of the spinal cord
10 Organization of the cerebral cortex and thalamus
11 Hypothalamus
Cells and neurophysiology
12 Cells of the nervous system I: neurones
13 Cells of the nervous system II: neuroglial cells
14 Ion channels
15 Resting membrane and action potential
16 Neuromuscular junction and synapses
17 Nerve conduction and synaptic integration
18 Neurotransmitters, receptors and their pathways
19 Main CNS neurotransmitters and their function
20 Skeletal muscle structure
21 Skeletal muscle contraction
Sensory systems
22 Sensory systems: an overview
23 Sensory transduction
24 Visual system I: the eye and retina
25 Visual system II: the visual pathways and subcortical visual areas
26 Visual system III: visual cortical areas
27 Auditory system I: the ear and cochlea
28 Auditory system II: auditory pathways and language
29 Vestibular system
30 Olfaction and taste
31 Somatosensory system
32 Pain systems I: nociceptors and nociceptive pathways
33 Pain systems II: pharmacology and management
34 Association cortices: the posterior parietal and prefrontal cortex
Motor systems
35 Organization of the motor system
36 Muscle spindle and lower motor neurone
37 Spinal cord motor organization and locomotion
38 Cortical motor areas
39 Primary motor cortex
40 Basal ganglia: anatomy and physiology
41 Basal ganglia: diseases and their treatments
42 Cerebellum
Cognition and neural plasticity
43 Reticular formation and sleep
44 Limbic system and long-term potentiation
45 Memory
46 Emotion, motivation and drug addiction
47 Neural plasticity and neurotrophic factors I: the peripheral nervous system
48 Neural plasticity and neurotrophic factors II: the central nervous system
49 Techniques for studying the nervous system
Applied neurobiology: the principles of neurology and psychiatry
50 Approach to the patient with neurological problems
51 Examination of the nervous system
52 Investigation of the nervous system
53 Imaging of the central nervous system
54 Clinical disorders of the sensory systems
55 Clinical disorders of the motor systems
56 Eye movements
57 Neurochemical disorders I: affective disorders
58 Neurochemical disorders II: schizophrenia
59 Neurochemical disorders III: anxiety
60 Neurodegenerative disorders
61 Neurophysiological disorders: epilepsy
62 Neuroimmunological disorders
63 Neurogenetic disorders
64 Cerebrovascular disease
65 Neuroradiological anatomy
History of neuroscientific discoveries
66 Historical neuroscience discoveries
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