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November 1927


Arch NeurPsych. 1927;18(5):779-788. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1927.02210050111008

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On July 25, members of the American Neurological Association met with the section of neurology of the Royal Society of Medicine, at London, under the chairmanship of Sir James Purves-Stewart. A series of papers, discussions and case demonstrations carried the program through three days. Late in the afternoon of the last day, the Hughlings Jackson lecture was given by Charles L. Dana. The meeting ended with a banquet to which the American neurologists came as invited guests of the section of neurology.

As the papers and discussions are to be printed in full in a special number of Brain, this report of the meeting will be concerned with a more or less critical summary of what happened, rather than with a detailed account of the papers presented. It is not necessary to comment on the high average of merit of the majority of the papers, nor is it necessary to