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The first part of the second volume of this valuable work has just been issued. It maintains the high standard so characteristic of the excellent professional work that Dr. Bramwell is accustomed to do, and which is so familiar to the medical profession.
The subjects treated of in this number are: 1. Scrofula; 2. Unilateral hypertrophy of the skull; 3. Measles; 4. Two cases of Friedreich's ataxia, in which the knee-jerks are not lost. 5. Alterations in the fields of vision, their clinical significance and importance. Illustrative cases: Permanent hemianopsia due to a destructive lesion of the half-vision centre. Temporary hemianopsia due to an irritative lesion of the half-vision centre.
The plates are: Two ofscrofula; two of unilateral hypertrophy of the skull. Measles. Perimeter charts showing alterations in the fields, both for white and for colors, in cases of hemianopsia. Naked eye appearance of the brain in two cases of
Atlas of Clinical Medicine. JAMA. 1892;XIX(17):505–506. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420170029008
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