Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple is a book intended to help medical students rapidly master that part of neuroanatomy that is essential to clinical care. It is also of practical value to nurses and paramedical personnel who are confronted with neurological problems. This book was written to fulfill the need for a brief, but readable, summary of clinically relevant neuroanatomy, with examples of medical cases. It is common for neuroanatomy texts to be too greatly oriented toward basic science. They provide far more detail than is necessary to approach clinical situations in neurology. As a result the student becomes confused by mazes of circuitries, often unable to see clinical neuroanatomy as a composite whole and unable to remember essential features.