Brain Anatomical Charts render colorful and anatomically correct depictions of the brain from several angles and sections. Human Brain Anatomy Charts are useful additions to lectures and are ideal for education and patient awareness. Our range of charts are perfect for a clinic or student study. We offer our charts in hard and soft lamination finishes which both look fantastic mounted on the wall or in a frame.
The goal of this Anatomical Charts is to understand the Causes, Origin, Genesis and Source of various types of brain disorders. Mentone Educational's Anatomical Charts about brain disorders are perfectly positioned to give patients greater awareness of disorders which occur within the braind and the implications from both an anatomical and pathologic standpoint. We have hand picked our charts to offer information about the most common disorders including alzheimers, migranes and headaches and parkinsons disease. Brain disorders can be a complicated thing to explain to patients or students; this is one of the reasons why our anatomical charts of brain disorders could prove useful for both educators and medical professionals. To get more familiar with our brain disorders charts, please read our overview below.
The Migraines and Headaches Chart
A headache is one of the most common complaints general practitioners get in their clinic, so having a chart to explain migraines and headaches to patients could be a valuable tool. At Mentone Educational, you can find the Migraines and Headaches Chart, which provides a clear overview of headache-related complaints.
On the migraines and headaches chart, you can view the three primary headache types; this includes the migraine, cluster headache and tension headache. It also explains in detail how a migraine attack occurs and provides some additional information on so-called secondary or organic headaches.
The Understanding Epilepsy Chart
Being diagnosed with epilepsy is a hard pill to swallow for many patients. So, having a chart that can provide the patient with more information about the condition could help to reduce that shock a little. It also helps people to understand their condition and how to deal with it.
At Mentone Educational, general practitioners and medical professionals can find the understanding epilepsy chart. The understanding epilepsy chart provides a detailed anatomy of the brain, but also explains what happens in the brain when an epilepsy attack occurs.
The Understanding Alzheimer’s Chart
An essential chart for more doctor’s surgeries is the understanding Alzheimer’s chart. This chart defines Alzheimer’s Disease in detail and covers additional subjects such as the ageing brain, dementia and how Alzheimer’s is diagnosed.
The understanding Alzheimer’s chart can also be useful to inform patients who are concerned they will develop this condition in the future. The chart also lists the risk factors of Alzheimer’s and the three stages of the disease; this could help patients to determine the early signs of the condition.
With the understanding Alzheimer’s chart, medical professionals can also explain how the brain is affected by the condition. They can also elaborate on the effect this has on the families and friends of the patient. In conclusion, this is a chart that could provide the tools to explain this condition is detail.
The Understanding Parkinson’s Disease
A chart that is commonly used by medical professionals to explain the condition to their patients. It works in the same manner as the understanding Alzheimer’s chart, since this chart explains the condition, but also shows patients how it affects the brain in more detail.
The Anatomical Parkinson’s Diseases Chart
Educating patients and caregivers on Parkinson’s Disease can also be done with the anatomical Parkinson’s diseases chart. The chart illustrates the brain in various stages. It also illustrates some of the common signs and symptoms of the disease in a memorable manner.
One of the most interesting things featured on this chart includes the overview of treatment options for patients with Parkinson’s Disease. It lists some of the common treatment options, including medication, surgery and therapy. Therefore, the value of having this chart in a doctor’s surgery cannot be underestimated.
Other Brain Disorders Charts
There are more brain disorders charts available at Mentone Educational, each with a specific function. To get an accurate overview of the brain disorders charts we have available for medical professionals, educators and students, please head over to our main catalogue.
Do you have a question about our brain disorders charts? Please contact Mentone Educational and speak to one of our experts for more information.