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Sufficient praise cannot be given the editors of the Nervous and Mental Disease Monograph Series for having made the celebrated monograph of Dr. André-Thomas accessible to English readers. The translation is fair; in fact, it is better than some of the others of this series. The monograph itself furnishes an up-to-date account of a most intricate subject in nervous physiology, that of the cerebellar functions, so much of which is still to be explored. The author is one of the most ardent original workers in the field of cerebellar physiology. In the complete bibliography on the cerebellum his name occurs no less than twenty-three times. An adequate review of this book would require many pages of reading-matter. It will be sufficient to state that neurologist and otologist alike must feel a sense of gratitude to the author for having produced this splendid summary of our knowledge of the cerebellar functions.
Cerebellar Functions. JAMA. 1913;60(8):620. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340080060027
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