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January 1944

Rehabilitation of the War Injured: A Symposium.

Arch NeurPsych. 1944;51(1):111. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1944.02290250117014

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This book is a collection of articles reprinted from medical journals on every phase of rehabilitation of the war injured. These papers are arranged under the headings: "Neurology and Psychiatry"; "Reconstructive and Plastic Surgery"; "Orthopedics"; "Physiotherapy"; "Occupational Therapy and Vocational Guidance"; "Legal Aspects of Rehabilitation," and "Miscellaneous." The articles apparently are all by recognized experts in the specific fields. They are all concerned with questions of particular interest at the moment. It is of special value to physicians of the United States that so many of the papers are by leading physicians in England and present the results of experience there during the years before we in America entered the war.

The articles which bear directly on neurology and psychiatry are well chosen and are notable for the detailed information on each subject. The chapters on sequelae of war head injuries, by D. Denny-Brown, and on the rehabilitation of war

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