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By J.A.R. Nicoll,Ian Bone,David Graham

advent to Neuropathology 3Ed continues to be an introductory textual content, yet extra scientific fabric has been brought to make it proper to neurologists and a few psychiatrists, in addition to pathologists. This consists of the addition of small quantities of textual content all through, plus neuroimages, together with useful MRI, that's in color. moreover, the textual content has been up to date all through with a brand new staff of contributing authors.

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