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This is the thirteenth edition of Bing's compendium, and it continues to occupy first place in its value as a compend for students, physicians and postgraduates in neurology. It contains 130 illustrations and 3 plates. It is divided into three parts, namely: (1) localization of spinal cord lesions in transverse and longitudinal planes; (2) localization of cerebral lesions; (3) lesions of the cerebrum, the basal ganglions and the hypophysis. There is an excellent discussion on cerebral and basal aneurysms. This book is highly recommended to physicians who can read German.
Kompendium der topischen Gehirn- und Rückenmarksdiagnostik: Kurzgefasste Anleitung zur klinischen Lokalisation der Erkrankungen und Verletzungen der Nervenzentren. JAMA. 1948;138(4):328. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02900040072032
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