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This is a small volume produced by the new method of lithoprinting, which makes the text look as though it had been well typewritten. It contains summaries of lectures given in neurology at the University of Michigan and would naturally have the fault of being second-hand material, although one may be sure that Dr. Camp himself must have checked the book before permitting its publication. Except for students at that particular university, it is difficult to see any single group for which this book would be more useful than other short textbooks. The descriptions of diseases are too short, as a rule, to be a substitute for even the smaller standard neurologic textbooks. Some of the more obscure diseases are dealt with in such a way that not even the most elementary signs and symptoms are enumerated. In all probability they should either have been omitted or a little bit
Notes on Dr. Camp's Lectures in Neurology. JAMA. 1935;104(16):1448. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760160072035
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