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April 1957

Lectures on Motor Anomalies.

AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1957;57(4):637-638. doi:10.1001/archopht.1957.00930050649028

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The lectures which Alfred Bielschowskv delivered before the Research Study Club of Los Angeles in January, 1938, became a primer on motor anomalies for many of us at that time. They embodied the ideas of one who had spent his whole life in the study of disturbances of ocular motility and who had the facility to write in a lucid fashion on rather complex subjects. Most of Bielschowsky's ideas have been accepted and have been shown to be correct today, but the three different editions of his lectures have long been exhausted, and the supply for residents has long since ceased to exist. It is extremely gratifying, therefore, that Dartmouth College has taken the initiative in reprinting these in the form of a monograph. No one who is interested in motor anomalies can afford not to read these lectures at some stage of his training.

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