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This little monograph takes up a few aspects only of the problems of the cerebrospinal fluid, the subject matter concerning chiefly the various groups showing meningitis. Few case reports are given and unfortunately they are not the author's. The second half of the book is the more important; in it, methods of examination of the fluid are given. The pamphlet is far from complete from the clinical point of view and only partially complete as a working manual. It therefore does not compare in usefulness with recent works, such as those by Greenfield and Carmichael, and by Pappenheim.
Pathologie et methodes d'examen du liquide cephalo-rachidien.. Arch NeurPsych. 1927;18(3):494. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1927.02210030174023