by H. J. M. Barnett, J. B. Foster, and P. Hudgson, 318 pp, 1973 (reviewed), Volume 2.
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Muscle Biopsy: A Modern Approach
by V. Dubowitz and M. H. Brooke, 475 pp, 1973, Volume 3.
The Neurology of Gastrointestinal Disease
by C. A. Pallis and P. D. Lewis, 270 pp, 1974, WB Saunders Co.Volume 1, Syringomyelia, launches a new monograph series, edited by the redoubtable John Walton. The series now also includes a clear, accurate, well-illustrated, and informative volume on muscle biopsy, an innovative, discipline-spanning treatise on the neurology of gastrointestinal disease, and one of the best compact volumes on cerebral vascular disease that we've seen, namely, Strokes: Natural History, Pathology and Surgical Treatment, by E.C. Hutchinson and E.J. Acheson (Arch Neurol 33:312, 1976).Syringomyelia represents a transatlantic collaboration between London (Ontario), Toronto, and Newcastle (England). Contributing are H.J.M. Barnett, M.J. Ball, A.T. Jousse, and N.B. Rewcastle (Canada), and J.B. Foster and P. Hudgson (England). Barnett's even hand appears to have guided the
Major Problems in Neurology: Volume 1. Syringomyelia. Arch Neurol. 1976;33(7):521. doi:10.1001/archneur.1976.00500070063019
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