This book is intended for students of medicine, dentistry and allied health professions. The continual, unremitting explosion of information in the biomedical fields in recent years has rendered the curriculum ever more compact and onerous in the various disciplines of studies required of the students. Neuroanatomy, which deals with complex interrelated neural structures, presents a special challenge to the students, giving rise to an often overwhelming experience in the process of mastering the vast, seemingly disparate body of facts. The currently available texts are often too massive and detailed for the compressed time frame allotted for the study.In this book, we have organized the subject matter into a basic core of information on the human nervous system, as concisely and succinctly as possible without undue abridgment. For brevity, the information is presented mostly in an outline format, and where the subject matter is complex, we employ a more lengthy write up (e.g. the motor system and the limbic system). It is hoped that the overriding goal of writing a short, concise text for the harried Neuroanatomy students will have been achieved.