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    Duane E. Haines ; special contributions by Mary Alissa Willis, H. Wayne Lambert ; illustrators, W.K. Cunningham and M.P. Schenk ; computer graphics, C.P. Runyan ; photographers, G.W. Armstrong, R.W. Gray.
    Summary: Neuroanatomy Atlas in Clinical Context is unique in integrating clinical information, correlations, and terminology with neuroanatomical concepts. It provides everything students need to not only master the anatomy of the central nervous system, but also understand its clinical relevance - ensuring preparedness for exams and clinical rotations. This authoritative approach, combined with salutary features such as full-color stained sections, extensive cranial nerve cross-referencing, and systems neurobiology coverage, sustains the legacy of this legendary teaching and learning tool.

    Introduction and user's guide
    External morphology of the central nervous system
    Cranial nerves
    Meninges, cisterns, ventricles, and related hemorrhages
    Internal morphology of the brain in unstained slices and in MRI
    Internal morphology of the spinal cord and brain: functional components, MRI, stained sections
    Internal morphology of the brain in stained sections: axial-sagittal correlations with MRI
    Tracts, pathways, and systems in anatomical and clinical orientation
    Clinical syndromes of the CNS
    Anatomical-clinical correlations: cerebral angiogram, MRA, and MRV
    Q&As: A sampling of study and review questions, many in the USMLE style, all with explained answers.