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This book is written primarily for the medical student and general practitioner rather than for the neurologist. In writing it, therefore, it has seemed wise to depart from the classical arrangement and to present the material according to its actual occurrence in medical practice. The general practitioner or the student at the patient's bedside hears a story and sees symptoms. Not being a specialist in the field of neurology, he is not likely to recognize whether the symptoms found relate to disturbance of the brain, cord, peripheral nerves, muscles or endocrine glands. Consequently the first thing looked for, in consulting
Textbook of Clinical Neurology. For Students and Practitioners.. Ann Intern Med. 1929;3:289. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-3-289_1
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