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February 20, 1897

Architecture of the Brain.

JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(8):378. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440080044016

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Abstract

This excellent work deserves to become very generally known. The plates are as good as they can be in black and white, and it is the most recent addition to the copious modern literature on the anatomy of the brain. The author has been a diligent and enthusiastic student of anatomy since his college days; for a number of years he was a successful teacher of this, the most important fundamental branch of medicine and although he has lived for a number of years in a rural city, he has pursued his favorite study with an ardor and originality that are refreshing in these days when physicians so generally employ all their time and energies in acquiring and increasing their practice. This treatise presents many features of great merit. The description of the anatomy of the brain is concise and clear.

The descriptions have been made "from dissections by the

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