Textbooks in clinical neuroanatomy

Clinical neuroanatomy provides the foundation for many neurological and psychiatric treatments. We’ve collected three widely used books in the anatomy of the brain for clinicians.

1. High-Yield™ Neuroanatomy (High-Yield Series) by James D. Fix

Covering all neurological topics, the Fourth Edition, this best-selling book extracts the most important information on neuroanatomy and presents it in a concise, and simple way as a examination preparation guide. It includes the neuroanatomical structures and disease states and their Clinical Correlations.

2. Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases, Second Edition by Hal Blumenfeld

With over 100 cases, this book his book provides excellent solutions to both of these issues. The book is organized in a standard fashion around holistic systems and where appropriate anatomical areas, but embedded within each chapter are helpful mnemonics too help the student master the necessary material. This edition is fully updated within recent clinical advances and offers the learner a practical based approach.

3. Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple by Stephen Goldberg

Dr Stephen Goldberg explores the key areas in neuroanatomy with visual aids for the student. The book includes a CD that offers a visual demonstration of the major parts of the brain anatomy and their related pathologies.