Inderbir Singh's Textbook of Human Neuroanatomy

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The way we teach anatomy, especially neuroanatomy, has undergone extensive changes over the past decade. Medical treatment Students not only need to know facts about the nervous system, they need to know how to apply them.
Knowledge of the "location" of nerve damage means that you need to accurately identify the "location" and "side" of the damage. This is only possible with a complete knowledge of neuroanatomy. Therefore, in this book we tell our readers to There are many opportunities to practice gray cells and practice this "localization". Thanks for all your comments, reviews, and feedback on the 9th Edition. He gave us these instructions Extend and modify the current version to meet the requirements of undergraduates. The current version has been modified to meet the needs of undergraduate students. This was achieved by reduction
The total number of chapters is from the previous editions 20 to 16. This edition also helps undergraduate medical students. Students to achieve the abilities needed to understand and explain central gross anatomy It connects the peripheral nervous system with the descriptive basis of the clinical manifestation.
The language has been simplified so that all students can better understand the subject. new anatomy High-resolution photos are included at the beginning of the book in eight editions. these are black They are labeled to help students identify different parts of the brain and during brain resection.
However, subsequent changes were made outside the dissection room or at home. More line charts, tables and new flow charts:
I added it to make it easier to understand. Emphasis on the anatomical basis of many neurological disorders in a colorful box. The novelty of this edition is that each chapter has a "Clinical Cases" section to stimulate students. Apply what you learned in this chapter and find solutions to problems. This will enhance their clinical problemsolving skills and help them to hone their competencies as per the evolving ‘Competency-based curriculum’. Each chapter also has short and long answer questions collated from various university examinations and these will help the students to do self-assessment and to practise for their examinations. 
We would whole heartedly like to thank Mr Jitendar P Vij (Group Chairman), Mr Ankit Vij (Group President) of Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd, New Delhi, India for his useful and innovative suggestion to include photographs
of brain specimens in black background which, we are sure, will be welcome by the students. We would also like to thank the whole editorial team at Jaypee Brothers especially Mr Sabarish Menon (Commissioning editor), for the constant
support and coordination, Mr Ankush Sharma (Designer), for refining the diagrams and Mr Deep Dogra (Operator), for type-setting and formatting. 
We are grateful to the staff members of Department of Anatomy, Seth GS Medical College & KEM Hospital especially Dr Praveen Iyer for the support, Mr Prashant Jadhav and Mrs Jyoti Kerkar for the technical support given. We are Dr. Avinash Sob, Dean of Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital and Director (Medical Education and major hospitals) to encourage him in our academic activities.
Finally, we would like to thank our family members for their patience with us
Work to finish the book. We hope that this edition will be widely used not only by medical and medical aid students, but also By graduate students and medical professors.

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