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This guide of neurology is divided into three parts: neurologic methods, neurologic syndromes and diseases, and an appendix. The first part discusses history, inspection, examination of the various functions and the spinal fluid and finally roentgen ray diagnoses. The second part is made up of twenty-eight chapters taking up in order of their appearance the myopathies, the peripheral nerves, disorders of the plexuses, syndromes and diseases of the pyramidal pathways, disorders of the posterior columns, gray matter, cerebellar systems, frontal, temporal, parietal and occipital lobes, various aphasias, apraxias and agnosias, diseases of the extrapyramidal system, corpus callosum, meninges, pituitary, discussion of epilepsy, disorders of the autonomic nervous system, trauma to the nervous system and syndrome of lightning stroke and electrocution. This is just another book without anything new. It cannot be used as a textbook. As a reference book it does not even come up to the books and compends
Leitfaden der Neurologie. JAMA. 1941;117(11):975. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820370071045
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