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Correlative Neuroanatomy 5 editions

Cover of: Correlative Neuroanatomy | Stephen G. Waxman

Excerpts

The most rostral part of the nervous system (cerebrum, or forebrain) is the most phylogenetically advanced and is responsible for the most complex functions (eg, cognition).
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Dewey 611.8

5 editions First published in 1995

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Cover of: Correlative Neuroanatomy
October 19, 1999, McGraw-Hill Companies
Correlative Neuroanatomy
Paperback in English - 24 edition
Cover of: Correlative Neuroanatomy
August 16, 1996, Appleton & Lange
Correlative Neuroanatomy
Paperback in English - 23rd edition
Cover of: Correlative neuroanatomy.
1996, Prentice Hall International
Correlative neuroanatomy.
in English - 23rd ed. / Stephen G. Waxman.
Cover of: Correlative Neuroanatomy
January 1995, Appleton & Lange
Correlative Neuroanatomy
Paperback in English - 22nd edition
Cover of: Correlative neuroanatomy.
1995, Prentice-Hall International
Correlative neuroanatomy.
in English - 22nd ed / Stephen G. Waxman, Jack deGroot.

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