Review of Clinical and Functional Neuroscience
by Rand S. Swenson
Publisher: Dartmouth Medical School 2006
This review will discuss the cellular components of the nervous system first and then will consider the peripheral nervous system (PNS) before discussing the Central nervous system (CNS). In the CNS we will first consider the sensory systems and then motor systems before discussing limbic and higher cortical functions.
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