Clinical Neuroanatomy 25th Edition by S. Waxman Lange
McGraw-Hill Publishing | 2002 | 368 pp | ISBN 0071212264 | CHM 16 MB
Highly readable and generously illustrated, the new edition features a new section on the enteric system, new information on the cerebral cortex, and an updated review of cerebrellar organization and function. For understanding and identifying neuroanatomical structures, you cannot find a better source.
Neuroanatomy isn't that difficult to understand. I'm unsure why everyone thinks "Brain Surgeons" are so hyper-intelligent; electrical engineering seems far more inscrutable to me.