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During the seven years since it was first published, Baker's Neurology has become firmly established as a standard American neurologic reference. The editor, because of the many advances and changes in neurology during this period, has again undertaken the titanic task of bringing out a new edition.
The second edition has the same general format and classification of neurological disorders as the previous one. The editor has brought together the efforts of some sixty-five authors, all well known in neurology and authorities in the particular field on which they write. Many new authors have been added since the last edition, and this offers a new and fresh approach to several sections of the book. The book is well printed, well illustrated, and has an excellent list of references. As in the first edition, the first volume of the four-volume set contains a well-written introductory section on the technique of the
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