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From The CriticsReviewer: Eli Tobias, MD, PhD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This is a textbook of neuroanatomy, using dissection models and line drawings to facilitate understanding of a complex subject.
Purpose: Understanding clinical symptoms and signs completely depends on their relationship to underlying anatomy. This book is an attempt to describe this relationship.
Audience: This book is designed for medical students to help them comprehend the basis and symptoms of neurologic disorders. These are very worthwhile objectives, and the author goes a long way in simplifying the complex neuroanatomic structures to make them more readily understood..
Features: Excellent anatomic dissections and lucid line drawings aid in the understanding and facilitate the transition to clinical features of pathology.
Assessment: This is a most useful book to simplify the awesome amount and complexity of the material the medical student needs to digest and understand to make clinical symptoms and signs of neurologic disease comprehensible.