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In concise statement this brochure of fifty-seven pages deals with vestibular nystagmus in its relation to neurologic and psychiatric diagnosis. The author's position as chief physician of the Strassburg Nerve Clinic has given him especial opportunities to test the diagnostic value of the new reflex which Bárány has done so much to bring to our attention. In addition, Professor Rosenfeld gives an admirable description of the best technic with which to elicit this important reflex. The literary rerferences at the end of the little volume are highly valuable. Neurologists and otologists will be par-oticularly grateful to the author for his contribution. d dvaluable. Neurologists d otologists will be d dgrateful to the author for his contribution
Der vestibuläre Nystagmus und seine Bedeutung für die Neurologische und psychiatrische Diagnostik. JAMA. 1911;LVII(26):2101. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260120291038
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