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Problems of Psychiatry and Neurology is another in a series of English translations of the Russian scientific literature undertaken by the Pergamon Press with assistance from the National Institutes of Health. This volume concerns itself with the Transactions of the
Leningrad Scientific Society of Neurologists and Psychiatrists and consists primarily of papers with clinical orientation. The similarity of clinical problems and interests of our Russian colleagues in the practice of medicine are readily evident in the titles of the various chapters. Hence, one finds papers dealing with treatment of epilepsy; clinical aspects of thrombosis of the basilar artery disease; technique of air encephalography; and state and tasks of soviet child psychiatry. These everyday problems of clinical practice are presented in a manner not too dissimilar to that which we ourselves encounter at local medical meetings and in regional publications. The papers are all brief, cover the essentials of the problem
Yahr MD. Problems of Psychiatry and Neurology. Arch Neurol. 1964;10(1):115–116. doi:10.1001/archneur.1964.00460130119018
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