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May 6, 1933

Outline of the Cranial Nerves.

JAMA. 1933;100(18):1456. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740180078036

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Abstract

This little book fills a definite need in the student's armamentarium. The data concerning the cranial nerves, which are exceedingly difficult to find in a convenient form in textbooks, are here presented in logical and systematic order. The information is accurate, and the latest material concerning the fifth and ninth nerves derived from results of operations has been incorporated. The author's interesting and valuable studies concerning the vestibular nerve and the relation of the eye muscles to the currents in the semicircular canals here become available. The student will find the book helpful, and it will be a convenience to the neurologist in teaching.

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