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  • Paperback: 560 pages
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins; 7th Revised edition edition (1 Feb. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0781794277
  • ISBN-13: 978-0781794275
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 21 x 27.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 322,943 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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First of all, let us remember the first two sentences in the preface: "This book contains the basic neuroanatomy facts for the practice of medicine. It is suitable for medical students, dental students, nurses, and allied health students." As a second year medical student, I have to disagree with the second sentence.
I am studying Medicine at a faculty where we are told to study anatomic description in detail, with books such as Rouvière's treaty of human anatomy. This means that when we study Anatomy we do have to know not only the function of the structures, and that's why Snell's book is also recommended around here, but also their precise anatomic description. Snell's Clinical Neuroanatomy fails at this point: a medical student cannot get enough Anatomy knowledge from this book.
Apart from this, I only have one more negative point to add. It is about the histologic sections, so inconveniently left in black and white.

Now off for the good news. Despite this big flaw about the anatomical detail of this book, it is quite good when you want to actually understand what you are reading. The functionality of the systems is very clearly and concisely explained. Also, the clinical notes at the end of each chapter help to understand things even further.
Another good thing is that if you are contacting Neuroanatomy for the first time, this book can introduce you quite well to this subject. From the basic Neuroanatomy knowledge that you get from this book, you can then take it to the next level with a classical Anatomy book, such as Rouvière's "Anatomie Humaine".

I guess this book loses one star for the lack of anatomical detail. I find it quite good for understanding Neuroanatomy, so I give it 4/5.
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I've read this book during my university days, and it has come far in terms of the pictorial aspects of the book. It is very colourful, and has a lot of diagrams and illustrations, which make it easy to understand. But, I think that the amount of pure anatomy knowlegde you get out of this edition, in comparison to the old one, is lesser. I am not very sure about the approach to the topics, but Snell's always had this kind of approach anyway. However, the amount of knowledge you can get out of it, in my humble opinion, is lesser.
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By Amazon Customer on 1 April 2014
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I think this book is great to use as a start when learning neuranatomy.
If more in dept knowledge is required other books will be needed, but this is excellent to start with. Highy recommend this.
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By wendy streeton on 17 Aug. 2013
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Great this is an awesome book and maybe I'm sad but I love it too much. Highly recommended.
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very good reference book 19 July 2013
By crispylocal - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is very good as the first start of medical student as it contain enough information for the basics of anatomy of the CNS.
When I want to review brain anatomy I always returns to it as it is easy to read and remember with its beautiful illustrations for the pathways and good gross anatomy pictures.
I am not saying it is Carpenter neuroanatomy but it is quite enough for the basics like USMLE.
Very nice book since I followed it in 1989-1990 till now.
5 stars for Amazon and book seller and publisher and author
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Very useful for medical school neuroanatomy 19 April 2013
By Christine Thomas - Published on Amazon.com
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I am a first-yer medical student and I used this textbook for neuroanatomy. The text really helped me understand relationships. It was quite a bit of reading but worth it for me.
This book was good the few times I used it 14 Nov. 2014
By Joey L. - Published on Amazon.com
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This book was good the few times I used it. The layout was nice, there were useful tables, and the pictures it included were helpful. Being honest, though, I didn't exactly use it that much as there are some online resources that work just as well if not better. If you prefer a physical book, go with this one. Otherwise, you may be fine using the internet.
Four Stars 20 Jan. 2015
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Better off using the internet 9 Dec. 2013
By Striatum - Published on Amazon.com
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It's a little more straightforward and relatively more basic than your average Wikipedia article. Not something I'd spend money on (I'm glad I got this for free with a gift card, or else I'd have rated it lower out of spite), considering it was ambiguous and almost inaccurate in some of its wordings (glutamate is NOT the same thing a GABA, despite glutamate being GABA's precursor). You're better off sticking to google images and reading straight from a regular A&P book. The end of each chapter has a section with wording-specific questions, which may or may not help depending on the rigor of your neuroanatomy class.
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