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November 1928

Praktische Differentialdiagnostik für Ärzte und Studierende.

Arch NeurPsych. 1928;20(5):1149. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1928.02210170258014

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Under the heading of Practical Differential Diagnosis for Physicians and Students there is appearing now a series of seven volumes. The general editor of the series is Prof. Dr. Georg Honigmann-Giessen. The first volume on internal medicine has already appeared. The second volume on neurology, which is here reviewed, is under the editorship of Prof. Dr. Walter Rindfleisch and Dr. Waldemar Unger. Number three is to be on psychiatry, and the other volumes on surgical and other topics.

The neurologic volume, of about 290 pages, has two general divisions: (1) on the organic nervous diseases, and (2) on the psychoneuroses and functional disturbances. The first part is written by Rindfleisch and the second by Unger. Obviously, in 153 pages it would be impossible to cover all of organic neurology, but enough is given so that a student would gain some idea of the subject talked about. For example, tabes has

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