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This is mainly a reprint of the author's Paris thesis of 1922 (reviewed in The Journal, May 19, 1923, p. 1480), with the addition of a preface by Marie, seven additional pages on sensory and ocular sequels, and two new pages on respiratory phenomena. However, while the thesis contains abstracts of sixty-eight cases, only seventeen of these abstracts are found in the new book. The illustrations are the same. As we stated in the previous review, this book is a mine of information and is especially noteworthy because it expresses the views and records the observations of the author's chief, the master clinician Pierre Marie.
Les manifestations tardives de l'encéphalite épidémique. JAMA. 1925;84(13):1005. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660390073030
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