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The first edition of this work was published in 1898. It is apparent that the author has kept in close touch with all advances along physiologic, experimental, diagnostic and therapeutic lines. The book differs from the conventional presentations of this subject in being readable and at the same time sufficiently complete to serve as a reference work. It is divided into two parts; Part I takes up electrodiagnosis, Part II electrotherapy. There are numerous footnotes and insertions that are particularly interesting and instructive.
The physical characteristics of the electric current and the various types which find application in medicine are discussed in Chapter I. The second chapter deals with the physiologic problems that are involved. The methods of examination are in a general way sufficiently understood and need no further comment; a number of valuable technical hints, however, are given to overcome the difficulties that are ordinarily left for the
LEITFADEN DER ELECTRODIAGNOSTIK UND ELEKTROTHERAPIE FUER PRAKTIKER UND STUDIERENDE.. Arch NeurPsych. 1921;6(1):110-111. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1921.02190010117009