The Neurohistology course is an interactive course covering the subject in-depth while keeping things simple and clear.
The course is organized in chapters and includes the histology of nervous tissue; including the brain, spinal cord, spinal ganglia, and peripheral nerves, the visual and vestibulocochlear systems under different stainings and impregnation methods.
✓ Self-paced course
✓ Exam simulations
✓ High-definition illustrations
✓ Clinical correlations
✓ Average lesson review time: 5-20 minutes
Unless stated otherwise, the histological slides were provided by the University of Michigan, thanks to the work of Kent Christensen, Ph.D., J. Matthew Velkey, Ph.D., Lloyd M. Stoolman, M.D., Laura Hessler, Diedra Mosley-Brower, and Michael Hortsch, Ph.D.
Their work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License, and all the lessons that use images produced from their slides are available for free, without the need to register or purchase the course.
Scientific facts based on
- ROSS, M. H. (2019). HISTOLOGY: A text and atlas. WOLTERS KLUWER.
- Young, B., Woodford, P., ODowd, G., & Wheater, P. R. (2014). Wheaters functional histology: A text and color atlas. Philadelphia, PA: Churchill Livingston Elsevier.
- Mescher, A. L. (2018). Junqueiras basic histology: Text and Atlas. New York: McGraw-Hill Education.