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Box 1–1 Development of the Basic Plan of the Brain and Spinal Cord

Box 1–2 C-shaped Development of the Cerebral Hemisphere

Box 2–1 Anatomical Techniques for Studying the Regional and Microscopic Anatomy of the Human Central Nervous System

Box 2–2 MRI Visualizes the Structure and Function of the Living Human Brain

Box 3–1 Radiological Imaging of Cerebral Vasculature

Box 5–1 The Patterns of Somatic Sensory Impairments After Spinal Cord Injury

Box 6–1 Cranial Nerve and Nuclei Historical Nomenclature

Box 7–1 Lesion of Different Higher-Order Visual Areas Produce Remarkably Specific Perceptual Impairments

Box 9–1 Adult Neurogenesis in the Olfactory Bulb

Box 10–1 Lesions of the Cortical Pathways in the Brain and Spinal Cord Produce Weakness and Paralysis and Increased Spinal Reflexes

Box 11–1 Cortical Control of Swallowing and Dysphagia After Stroke

Box 13–1 Inhibitory Circuitry of the Cerebellum

Box 14–1 Knowledge of the Intrinsic Circuitry of the Basal Ganglia Helps to Explain Hypokinetic and Hyperkinetic Motor Signs

Box 14–2 The Striatum Has a Compartmental Organization

Box 15–1 Lesions in Diverse Locations Can Produce Horner Syndrome

Box 16–1 Circuits of the Hippocampal Formation and Entorhinal Cortex Are Important for Memory

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