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The anatomy of the central nervous system has of late years become so detailed that few text-books on nervous diseases can give more than a general view of its leading features without sacrificing more space than is desirable. The present work meets the need of a special anatomical text-book devoted to the nervous system. Notwithstanding the recent publication of the translation of Edirger's work, this book will find a place and meet a want. It has an advantage of being originally written in our language and that is not a slight one, when we consider the involved and elaborate nature of its subject. Dr. Gordinier has apparently done his work in a very thorough and satisfactory manner and the book in its present form will be a boon to the student in this department. Confining itself, as it does, to human anatomy it thus gives less chance for confusion and
The Gross and Minute Anatomy of the Central Nervous System.. JAMA. 1899;XXXIII(12):744. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450640058024
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