Celebrating 64 years! First published in 1938! CLEAR, CONCISE, AND MEMORABLE Clinical Neuroanatomy has helped students grasp the essential aspects of neuroanatomy and its functional and clinical correlations since the first edition of this book was published by Jack Lange in 1938. The new twenty-fifth edition introduces the newest concepts and teaching methods. *Covers the basic structure and function of the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves as well as clinical presentations of disease processes involving specific structures *Enhances diagnostic skills and makes neuroanatomy more memorable by establishing links between the normal functions of neuroanatomic structures and the disorders that can result from injury to these structures *Unique "Introduction to Clinical Thinking" chapter places neuroanatomy in a clinical perspective *Clinical Correlations and Clinical Illustrations included throughout the book reflect current understanding of pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of neurologic disorders *Provides an excellent review for the USMLE-with end-of-chapter cases and a practice exam *Features over 400 clear, descriptive illustrations, including CT and MRI images of the normal brain and spinal cord *Concise, comprehensive, and highly readable synopsis of neuroanatomy and of its functional and clinical implications *Explores the relationship between neuroanatomy and neurology *Reviews the advances in molecular and cellular biology and neuropharmacology as related to neuroanatomy "Easy to understand, yet comprehensive-describes everything from the basic structure and functions of the spinal cord and brain to the advanced clinical symptoms of disease processes."* "A great book that can help you to understand the complexity of the central nervous system and the clinical significance of anatomy."* * online student reviews of 24th editionWaxman, Stephen G. is the author of 'Clinical Neuroanatomy', published 2002 under ISBN 9780071392389 and ISBN 0071392386.