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Liebman's Neuroanatomy made easy and understandable, 7th ed.


Liebman's Neuroanatomy made easy and understandable, 7th ed.

Gertz, S. David.



305 pages




This text reviews essentials of neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, physical diagnosis, and neurology. The subject is presented in an informal writing style. This seventh edition is updated to reflect recent research, and contains a new chapter on fragile-X syndrome, autism, and ADHD. More multiple-choice questions and clinical presentations have been added to the self-assessment sections. The art program offers two-color diagrams and color and b&w brain images. Appendices provide a glossary, an atlas of the brain, dermatome maps, atlases of normal and pathologic MRIs and computed tomography scans, and notes on medical trivia.

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