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March 2, 1935

Recent Advances in Neurology

JAMA. 1935;104(9):773. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760090077030

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Abstract

The previous editions of this book have received favorable reviews. As in all books dealing with such highly technical material, differences of opinions by reviewers have indicated that there are parts in the present work that might be severely criticized. Probably the criticisms of previous editions were based on the fact that too much physiology and not enough clinical neurology was given. If one compares the past editions with the present one, a marked change for the better can be detected. A number of purely physiologic topics have been left in, but they have a more significant relationship to the clinical information given than did the topics that have been omitted. Between the second and third editions a number of important researches have been reported, and the most important of these are included in the present book. There is much material devoted to encephalomyelitis; also there is a good summary

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