I am now trying to understand the scope of the study of neuroanatomy as the discussion in meta surrounding the question Dorsum sellae, tuberculum sellae and sella turcica which of the 3 is referred to by the adjective sellar? has raised the question on whether the Neurocranium would be studied by Neuroanatomy?
If you apply that logic, in my view 90% - 100% of human anatomy could be under the umbrella of neuroanatomy.
Dermatomes relate to the anatomy of the vertebral regions of the spine. The nerves travel throughout the body, the organs and within the skin.
In my view, neuroanatomy covers the structure and organization of the nervous system which in turn involves the brain, spinal cord and related neural networks throughout the body.
Am I wrong and the whole body (or close to it) is under the umbrella of neuroanatomy?