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January 30, 1926

Etudes neurologiques.

JAMA. 1926;86(5):370. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670310052035

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Abstract

This volume constitutes the second series of neurologic studies, the first of which, published in 1922, has been exhausted. Some of the headings under which articles appear are: symptomatology; pathology of brain and spinal cord; multiple sclerosis; secondary degenerations; epidemic encephalitis; syndromes of postencephalitic parkinsonism, and Parkinson's disease. The cases forming the basis for these articles were presented before medical societies or were reported in medical bulletins and journals. The author collected these case reports and has carefully edited and arranged them under appropriate headings, thus saving the reader's energies in looking for them in separate journals. The articles are brief and concise, strongly reminding one of the several Leçons published in France since Charcot issued his celebrated Leçons du Mardi, based on the lectures he delivered Tuesdays at the Salpêtrière. This species of medical writing has become quite popular in France and has found many imitators in other countries.

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