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    Jonathan Leo.
    Summary: This book provides medical students with the information to build skills that will aid them in studying for any level of their board exams. It also prepares students with the ability to look at a patient's neurological signs and symptoms, logically think through the various tracts, and determine where a lesion is located. Unique and comprehensive, this textbook specifically fills a gap in the literature for medical students studying for their board exams and those about to go on a neuro-related rotation. Written by a renowned professor with over 25 years of teaching experience specific to board exam preparation, chapters are crafted with the goal of aiding students in understanding concepts by explaining the reasoning behind signs and symptoms, rather than pure memorization. Medical Neuroanatomy for the Boards and the Clinic is the go-to book for students seeking a practical yet nuanced reference for board exam preparation.

    Chapter One. The Three Long Tracts in the Spinal Cord and Brainstem
    Chapter Two. Spinal Cord
    Chapter Three. Spinal Cord Lesions
    Chapter Four. Nystagmus and Lateral Gaze.-Chapter Five. Vestibulocochlear Nerve
    Chapter Six. Visual Fields
    Chapter Seven. Autonomics
    Chapter Eight. Facial Nerve
    Chapter Nine. Thinking Clinically about the Brainstem
    Chapter Ten. Cerebellum
    Chapter Eleven. Basal Ganglia
    Chapter Twelve. Thalamus
    Chapter Thirteen. Limbic Circuit
    Chapter Fourteen. More on Brainstem Lesions
    Chapter Fifteen. Cranial Nerve Three In-Depth
    Chapter Sixteen. Cerebral Cortex
    Chapter Seventeen. Blood Supply
    Chapter Eighteen. Fibers, Reflexes, and Radiculopathies .
    Digital Access Springer 2022