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Stacey A. Bedwell reviews Human Neuroanatomy (2nd edn), by James R. Augustine (Wiley; Hb £104.00)

Having completed my PhD in neuroanatomy, I am always excited to see a new anatomy book. As is the nature and rapid advances in our understanding of neuroanatomy, it is the unfortunate truth that anatomy textbooks can quickly become outdated and can easily overlook current developments in the field. It is clear from the outset that Augustine has paid attention to the current research and has tried his best to keep the content of this detailed summary of human neuroanatomy relevant.

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