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Anyone who has had the task of presenting clinical neurology to undergraduate students will appreciate the motive which led the author to compile "a simple account of the principles of neurological diagnosis." The method of presentation of the subject in teaching, as well as in such a treatise, is always a matter of concern. What shall be stressed and what shall be omitted? Is it better to "cover the field" and leave the average student with a hodge-podge memory of neurology, or present the kernel of elementary neurology so that he at least can recognize the common disorders of the
Practical Neurological Diagnosis, with Special Reference to the Problems of Neurosurgery.. Ann Intern Med. 1936;9:1158–1159. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-9-8-1158_2
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