Clinical Neuroanatomy by vishram singh:

This book is primarily designed for

undergraduate medical and dental

students. Also, it is an authoritative

reference source for postgraduates and

practicing neurologists and

neurosurgeons.

One example text from the page

A study of development of the nervous system helps to understand its complex
organization and the occurrence of various congenital anomalies.
The whole of the nervous system is derived from ectoderm except its blood vessels and
some neuroglial elements.
The specific cell population of the early ectoderm, which gives rise to entire nervous
system and special sense organs is termed neural ectoderm. The neural ectoderm later
differentiates into three structures: neural tube, neural crest cells, and ectodermal
placodes. The neural tube gives rise to the central nervous system (CNS), the neural crest
cells form nearly all the peripheral nervous system and ectoder-mal placodes contribute
to the cranial sensory ganglia, hypophysis and inner ear

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