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This is a textbook for students of neuroanatomy. Although the subtitle indicates that it is intended as a companion text to the "Stereoscopic Atlas of Neuroanatomy," this book can be used independently since sufficient illustrations have been included. The book is clearly written, avoids excessive detail, and contains a number of instructive, original, diagrammatic drawings. Functional aspects are adequately considered. In short, this is a good textbook of neuroanatomy written primarily from a didactic viewpoint.
The Study of the Brain: A Companion Text to the Stereoscopic Atlas of Neuroanatomy. JAMA. 1955;157(8):691. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02950250065041
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