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This book attempts to give an outline of the symptomatology of nervous and mental disease in 265 pages. The neurologic part comprises 203 pages, and the psychiatric part, sixty-two pages. The treatment is sketchy. However, as the book is intended for the student and general practitioner, it is adequate for its purpose, for the material is well presented. It has few illustrations, always a serious fault in a book of this kind.
Perhaps the most interesting thing about the work is its arrangement. It begins with a discussion of the motor symptoms, in which there is the usual exposition of the results of lesions of the pyramidal tracts. This is followed by a discussion of lesions of the spinal cord and the cerebellum. The extrapyramidal syndromes comprise about thirty-four pages. The subdivisions are interesting. There is first an explanation of the anatomy and physiology, and then follow discussions of parkinsonism
PRÉCIS DE SÉMÉIOLOGIE NEURO-PSYCHIATRIQUE À L'USAGE DES PRACTICIENS.. Arch NeurPsych. 1927;17(5):720-721. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1927.02200350151015