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Here is another book dedicated to making neurology simple to students and practitioners, all in 272 short pages. It is intended to fill the same function as several good works that have already passed through several editions, dealing with the methods of examination in neurology. The author is a member of the Columbia group of neurologists and follows closely the methods of Tilney and Riley. The book is concise and well written. It contains numerous adequate illustrations and a complete index. Although not the best of its scope, it may be used to advantage by students.
Neurological Examination. An Exposition of Tests with Interpretation of Signs and Symptoms. JAMA. 1929;92(3):256. doi:10.1001/jama.1929.02700290066032
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