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Neuroanatomy (Board Review)


Neuroanatomy (Board Review)

James D., Ph.D. Fix
Williams and Wilkins

416 pages

This new edition presents the essentials of human neuroanatomy is a concise, tightly outlined, well-illustrated format. Primarily targeted at medical students in preparation for Step 1 of the USMLE, this course review contains review tests at the end of each chapter and a comprehensive examination at the end of the book in USMLE format with 500 questions. Features include clinical correlation questions, a table of cranial nerves and a glossary of neurologic terms. New to this edition are updated content, clinical vignette-style questions, and MRI images of the brain.
If you're a medical student taking Neuro, get this book ASAP! At first, I thought it wouldn't be useful because it is so lengthy (400+ pages) compared to the other books in the series. However, it turned out to be an absolute lifesaver while I was taking the course. The neuroanatomy course at my school was very unorganized and poorly taught and our required textbook was way too verbose to be helpful. This book is very well organized and very thorough for a review book- you really don't even need a textbook, just a neuroanatomy atlas. Rather than getting bogged down in trivial minutiae, this book presents all the basics you need to know to pass neuro. It also has hundreds of review questions to test your knowledge as you go.


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Tags: questions, review, format, Neuroanatomy, USMLE