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This volume represents the third of a series of collected reprints appearing under the leadership of Professor Guillain and his associates from the neurologic wards of the Salpêtrière. Altogether there are twenty-three articles, which are divided under the following headings: (1) cerebral tumors; (2) pathology of encephalitis; (3) pathology of the crus, pons, medulla and spinal cord; (4) spinal cord diseases; (5) pathology of the cranial nerves and roots; (6) muscular atrophies; (7) miscellaneous articles and (8) history of neurology, particularly that of Duchenne.
It compares favorably with the two previous volumes which have been reviewed in this journal. It is impossible to comment on all these articles individually, which were published originally in the current French literature. Most of them have already been abstracted in the Archives. These articles, however, furnish an excellent survey of modern French neurology which compares favorably with the work of any other country.
Études Neurologiques.. Arch NeurPsych. 1930;23(4):845. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1930.02220100229024