This book is not a revision guide or a crash course in neurology, but if you're a preclinical student trying to get to grips with neuroanatomy and understand its relevance to clinical neurology this text is a gem. The illustrations are impressive, with 3D sketches to put into context structures that can be hard to visualise from traditional coronal/saggital/horizontal sections. The clinical cases accompanying each chapter emphasise the important points to grasp and illustrate the relevance of the anatomy in examination and diagnosis. They're also proving very useful to revisit for finals revision, as is the accompanying website.
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