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Clinical Neuroanatomy: An Illustrated Review with Questions and Explanations (Periodicals)This revised, concise review of neuroanatomy can be used alone or with Snell’s Clinical Neuroanatomy for Medical Students, Fifth Edition. Along with the parent text, it has been completely reorganized to integrate stucture with function in a systems format. Features include similar chapter formats: Chapter Outline, Suggested Plan for Review, Basic Neuroanatomy, Clinical Notes, and lastly – 20 to 30 review questions and answers per chapter. …

Deja Review Neuroscience, Second EditionMAXIMUM RETENTION ― MINIMAL TIME “I liked the format a lot … the setup makes it wonderful for either an intense study session or a more relaxed review in front of the TV. It integrated material across different organ systems quite well … and the material covered was really stuff that I needed to know.” ―Eric Chanowski, Medical Student, University of Michigan “I enjoy the format of the series … I think the questions and answers are an excellent way to recall and retain informati…

Clinical Neuroanatomy: An Illustrated Review with Questions and Explanations (Periodicals) by Richard S. Snell (2001-02-01)MAXIMUM RETENTION ― MINIMAL TIME “I liked the format a lot … the setup makes it wonderful for either an intense study session or a more relaxed review in front of the TV. It integrated material across different organ systems quite well … and the material covered was really stuff that I needed to know.” ―Eric Chanowski, Medical Student, University of Michigan “I enjoy the format of the series … I think the questions and answers are an excellent way to recall and retain informati…

Clinical Neuroanatomy: An Illustrated Review with Questions and Explanations (Periodicals) by Richard S. Snell MD PhD (2001-02-15)MAXIMUM RETENTION ― MINIMAL TIME “I liked the format a lot … the setup makes it wonderful for either an intense study session or a more relaxed review in front of the TV. It integrated material across different organ systems quite well … and the material covered was really stuff that I needed to know.” ―Eric Chanowski, Medical Student, University of Michigan “I enjoy the format of the series … I think the questions and answers are an excellent way to recall and retain informati…

Clinical Neuroanatomy: An Illustrated Review with Questions and Explanations (Periodicals) by Richard S. Snell MD PhD (2001-02-15)MAXIMUM RETENTION ― MINIMAL TIME “I liked the format a lot … the setup makes it wonderful for either an intense study session or a more relaxed review in front of the TV. It integrated material across different organ systems quite well … and the material covered was really stuff that I needed to know.” ―Eric Chanowski, Medical Student, University of Michigan “I enjoy the format of the series … I think the questions and answers are an excellent way to recall and retain informati…

Clinical Neuroanatomy: An Illustrated Review with Questions and Explanations (Periodicals) Paperback February 15, 2001MAXIMUM RETENTION ― MINIMAL TIME “I liked the format a lot … the setup makes it wonderful for either an intense study session or a more relaxed review in front of the TV. It integrated material across different organ systems quite well … and the material covered was really stuff that I needed to know.” ―Eric Chanowski, Medical Student, University of Michigan “I enjoy the format of the series … I think the questions and answers are an excellent way to recall and retain informati…

An Illustrated Review of Anatomy and Physiology: The Nervous SystemThis is one of a series of ten workbooks which are designed to supplement texts in anatomy and physiology, serving as a quick and efficient study review for nursing and allied health students, or to supplement other courses that cover the body’s systems. Each book covers one system of the body, with this text looking at the nervous system. The series consists of labelled images, accompanied by descriptive text and exercises….