Neuroanatomy

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Williams & Wilkins, 1998 - Medical - 463 pages
In this Second Edition of the text, new research that has discarded several previous hypotheses and seeming facts have been pointed out. The text serves the practitioner. Therefore, there is a balance of intellectual neuroanatomy required to correlate neurologic function and structure against the practical neuroanatomy required to diagnose the next patient. In addition more clinical applications throughout the text justify the student's devotion to learning neuroanatomy.

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