Three additional sections have been added in this edition in response to stu- dents' suggestions. A short summary of motor deficits, a brief discussion of cra- nial nerve functions and some examples of localizing signs of anatomic lesions should prove helpful in applying basic principles to clinical situations. P.A. Roberts Preface The following notes, originally known as Neuroanatomical Notations, were pre- pared for the purpose of providing a quick review of some of the pertinent points that should be considered in refreshing your memory of Neuroanatomy. Obviously the booklet is not encyclopedic, and is certainly not intended as a text on the subject. However, hopefully, it will serve as a useful guide and be of aid in the task of systematically preparing for Part I of the National Boards and similar examinations. P.A. Roberts "I can't believe that!" said Alice. "Can't you!" The Queen said in a pitying tone. "Try again: Draw a long breath, and shut your eyes." Alice laughed, "There's no use trying," she said. "One can't believe impossible things." "I dare say you haven't had much practice," said the Queen.