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Neurocytology and Pathologic Reactions of the Nervous System 

Neurocytology and Pathologic Reactions of the Nervous System
Neurocytology and Pathologic Reactions of the Nervous System

Eduardo E. Benarroch

, Jeremy K. Cutsforth-Gregory

, and Kelly D. Flemming

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date: 13 October 2019

Anatomical localization is but one part of the diagnosis of neurologic disorders, however, because it is also necessary to determine the pathologic features of the lesion involved. Identification of the pathologic condition requires knowledge of the cellular elements of the nervous system (neurocytology), the molecular and biochemical bases of their function, and the ways in which these cells react to noxious stimuli (pathologic reactions).

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