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Best Neuroanatomy Books You Should Read

There are countless Neuroanatomy courses, tutorials, articles available online, but for some, having a book is still a necessity to learn. This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.

1. Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases (2010)

 Best Neuroanatomy Books You Should ReadNeuroanatomy through Clinical Cases brings a pioneering interactive approach to the teaching of neuroanatomy, using over 100 actual clinical cases and high-quality radiologic images to bring the subject to life. The second edition is fully updated with the latest advances in the field, and includes several exciting new cases. This approach allows students to appreciate the clinical relevance of structural details as they are being learned, and to integrate knowledge of disparate functional systems, since a single lesion may affect several different neural structures and pathways….
Author(s): Hal Blumenfeld

2. Clinical Neuroanatomy made ridiculously simple (2014)

 Best Neuroanatomy Books You Should ReadExcellent USMLE Board Review. This now-classic text (approaching 500,000 copies sold) presents the most relevant points while traversing the daunting waters of clinical neuroanatomy with mnemonics, humor, illustrations and case presentations. Topics include General Anatomical Organization, Blood Supply, Meninges and Spinal Fluid, Spinal Cord, Brain Stem, The Visual System, Autonomic System and Hypothalamus, Cerebellum, Basal Ganglia and Thalamus, Cerebral Cortex, Neurotransmitters, Mini-atlas and Clinical Review in only 99 pages! Brief, clear and conceptually…
Author(s): Stephen Goldberg M.D

3. Neuroanatomy Atlas in Clinical Context: Structures, Sections, Systems, and Syndromes (2018)

 Best Neuroanatomy Books You Should Readis 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. #42,919 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #70 in Medical Anatomy #27…
Author(s): Haines PhD, Duane E.

4. Lange Clinical Neurology and Neuroanatomy: A Localization-Based Approach (2016)

 Best Neuroanatomy Books You Should ReadAn engagingly written text that bridges the gap between neuroanatomy and clinical neurology “One of the best modern outlooks on the pragmatic practice of neurology … far superior to existing books of its size and scope because of the thoughtfulness with which the knowledge about diseases and neurological conditions has been assembled … addressing almost every major point that is encountered on the wards and in the clinic.”From the Foreword by Allan H. Ropper, MD, Executive Vice Chair of Neurology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; and…
Author(s): Aaron Berkowitz

5. Snell’s Clinical Neuroanatomy (2018)

 Best Neuroanatomy Books You Should ReadSnell’s Clinical Neuroanatomy , Eighth Edition, equips medical and health professions students with a complete, clinically oriented understanding of neuroanatomy. Organized classically by system, this revised edition reflects the latest clinical approaches to neuroanatomy structures and reinforces concepts with enhanced, illustrations, diagnostic images, and surface anatomy photographs. Each chapter begins with clear objectives and a clinical case for a practical introduction to key concepts. Throughout the text, Clinical Notes highlight important clinical considerations.Chapters end…
Author(s): Splittgerber Ph.D., Ryan

6. High-Yield™ Neuroanatomy (High-Yield Series) (2015)

 Best Neuroanatomy Books You Should ReadNow significantly revised based on student feedback, this best-selling text provides a quick, authoritative review of the most important clinical aspects of neuroanatomy. A new, full-color design highlights the essential information you need to know to excel on course exams and the USMLE Step 1. New objectives begin every chapter, contents have been reorganized and streamlined, and all information has been completely updated. A new Gross Structure chapter lays the foundation for understanding the sectional anatomy in the Atlas chapter, and all terminology is now consistent with…
Author(s): Gould PhD, Douglas J., Brueckner-Collins PhD, Jennifer K., et al.

7. Neuroanatomy: Draw It to Know It (2017)

 Best Neuroanatomy Books You Should ReadNeuroanatomy: Draw It to Know It, Third Edition teaches neuroanatomy in a purely kinesthetic way. In using this book, the reader draws each neuroanatomical pathway and structure, and in the process, creates memorable and reproducible schematics for the various learning points in Neuroanatomy in a hands-on, enjoyable and highly effective manner. In addition to this unique method, Neuroanatomy: Draw It to Know It also provides a remarkable repository of reference materials, including numerous anatomic and radiographic brain images and illustrations from many other classic texts to enhance the learning experience. In the third edition…
Author(s): Adam J. Fisch

8. Neuroanatomy Text and Atlas, Fourth Edition (NEUROANATOMY TEXT & ATLAS (MARTIN)) (2012)

 Best Neuroanatomy Books You Should ReadNeuroanatomy:Text and Atlas covers neuroanatomy from both a functional and regional perspective to provide an understanding of how the components of the central nervous system work together to sense the world around us, regulate body systems, and produce behavior. This trusted text thoroughly covers the sensory, motor, and integrative skills of the brains and presents an overview of the function in relation to structure and the locations of the major pathways and neuronal integrative regions.Neuroanatomy:Text and Atlas also teaches you how to interpret the new wealth of human brain images by…
Author(s): John H. Martin

9. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 28th Edition (2016)

 Best Neuroanatomy Books You Should ReadA concise, highly visual overview of neuroanatomy and its functional underpinningsMore than 300 color illustrations!Clinical Neuroanatomy, Twenty-Eighth Edition offers an accessible, easy-to-remember synopsis of neuroanatomy and its functional and clinical implications. Since many of us learn and remember better when material is presented visually, this acclaimed resource includes not only clinical material such as brain scans and pathological specimens, but also hundreds of diagrams and tables that are designed to be clear and memorable. Here’s why…
Author(s): Stephen G. Waxman

10. Neuroanatomy for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (2019)

 Best Neuroanatomy Books You Should ReadNeuroanatomy for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Second Edition is specifically tailored to the needs of Communication Sciences and Disorders students. Updated with the latest research, it includes foundational knowledge of general neuroanatomy with a focus that is relevant to both audiences of speech-language pathology and audiology. This student-friendly and engaging text is organized into four main sections: Part I introduces students to the nervous system; Part II discusses the main neurological structures; Part III focuses on the neurology of speech, language, hearing,…
Author(s): Matthew H Rouse

Best Neuroanatomy Books You Should Read

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Genesis and download some neuroanatomy books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Neuroanatomy for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Author(s): Matthew H Rouse
ID: 2357268, Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, Year: 2020, Size: 55 Mb, Format: pdf

Neuroanatomy and neurophysiology for speech and hearing sciences

Author(s): John A. Seikel; David G. Drumright; Kostas Konstantopoulos
ID: 2525110, Publisher: , Year: 2020, Size: 80 Mb, Format: pdf

Clinical Neuroanatomy (LANGE)

Author(s): Stephen G. Waxman
ID: 2527517, Publisher: McGraw-Hill / LANGE, Year: 2020, Size: 153 Mb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not errorless. Some books are absolutely best-sellers according to Chicago Tribune, others are written by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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