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February 1962

Atlas III: Illustrations of the Nervous System.

Arch Otolaryngol. 1962;75(2):186. doi:10.1001/archotol.1962.00740040192024

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Abstract

This is an atlas prepared as the third in a series for use with the author's textbook Clinical Neuroanatomy, Neurophysiology and Neurology with a Method of Brain Reconstruction.

It is an atlas of unusual type in that it is an atlas of function. Thus it is of great value to anyone interested in the basic neurological functions specific to a specialty and to those functions supplying both the background and the groundwork of the economy of the organism in toto.

The diagrams are models of clarity, and they are definitive in the tracts presented. In the functional neurology of taste, smell, hearing, and equilibration, as well as the motor functions of the organs and structures appertaining to these general areas, there is enough to keep the otolaryngologist fascinated.

If any criticism were to be offered, it would be that certain functional mechanisms in these special fields that are known and

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