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The author is a distinguished Danish neurologist who has for a quarter of a century lectured to medical students. In this book he presents his lectures in their original form, in which the material is divided according to etiology rather than according to topography or in syndromes. It is a delightful little book to peruse, lucid in its descriptions, concise and yet fairly comprehensive for the needs of the student. Unfortunately the author has chosen to include psychiatric disorders, in which he gives a poor account of himself. Only Scandinavian literature is quoted. There are few illustrations, but an adequate index is appended.
Neurology: Lectures for Medical Students and General Practitioners. JAMA. 1941;117(7):575. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820330079042
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