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For years those who have the other volumes of this series dealing with the nervous system have been awaiting the publication of the present one. It is five years since the last of the other volumes dealing with the nervous system in this series was published and ten since the first. The subjects already covered are the cerebrum and cerebellum, the sympathetic nervous system and the neuroses, and there is a volume on the general symptomatology of the nervous system. The present volume treats of the pathology of the brain stem, the cord, the cranial nerves and the meninges. The treatment is orderly and follows a conventional pattern, each brain stem subdivision being taken up by a different author; Lari and Thiers contribute most of the articles dealing with the pathology of the spinal cord. The authors of all the sections are well recognized in their respective fields in French
Nouveau traité de médecine. JAMA. 1935;105(22):1799. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760480069030
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