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What the French in their expressive language and graphic way have called la neurologie de guerre stands as one of the war monuments to this remarkable people. How the neurologists of France aided their government in its organization of the medical service for proper care of the nervously and mentally sick; with what patience and success they investigated the manifold injuries of the nervous system, and with what astuteness they quickly recognized the psychoneuroses and promptly cured most of them, are already matters of record—imperfect record to be sure. In these divers activities Roussy and Lhermitte have played no inconsiderable rôle, and the present little volume is one of the fruits of their labors.
As Pierre Marie says in his preface of the present work, to see a large number of cases of trauma of the cord, to observe them immediately after the injury and then follow them
LES BLESSURES DE LA MOELLE ET DE LA QUEUE DE CHEVAL.. Arch NeurPsych. 1919;1(1):143–144. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1919.02180010158013
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