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December 1964

Strong and Elwyn's Human Neuroanatomy.

Arch Neurol. 1964;11(6):688. doi:10.1001/archneur.1964.00460240120022

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Abstract

One hundred and fifteen new and revised illustrations, many of them in color, have been added to the fifth edition of Strong and Elwyn's classic textbook revised by Professors Raymond C. Truex and Malcolm B. Carpenter. The visual input to the reader is enhanced by electron micrographs of the neurons, three-dimensional diagrams of various systems in contrasting colors, and an atlas section consisting of 13 color plates of transverse sections of the human brain stem stained by the Klüver and Barrera technique. The latter presents a complete picture of cellular configuration in relationship with the myelinated fiber tracts in a single microscopic slide enlarged four to eight times.

An up-to-date blending of knowledge of nervous system structure and function without sacrificing anatomical detail has been achieved to a significantly greater degree than in previous editions. The physiological results of ablation and stimulation are correlated with the anatomical substrate, including newer

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