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May 22, 1943

Aids to the Investigation of Peripheral Nerve Injuries

JAMA. 1943;122(4):266. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840210058028

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Abstract

As an aid to the diagnosis of lesions of the peripheral nerves, this pamphlet illustrates in a series of excellent pictures the actions of the various muscles of the body. With the accompanying diagrams giving the general course of the principal nerves of the body and the muscles which they supply, a complete examination of the peripheral nervous system can be easily carried out. The pictures are exceptionally clear and the diagrams excellent. The material here presented in a compact form could be found only in numerous textbooks. It was prepared by the staff of the department of surgery of the University of Edinburgh.

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