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This book can be recommended without reservations. The author has fully achieved his goal, "to present a simple account of the principles of neurological diagnosis."
One of the most commendable of the many excellent features of this text consists of the lucid descriptions of the various procedures that make up the neurological examination. To add further to this, the author points out what is to be avoided in the execution of these procedures. For instance, he opposes the use of mydriatics as an aid to examining the fundi because it deprives one of "information concerning the pupils which may be
Practical Neurological Diagnosis, with Special Reference to the Problems of Neurosurgery.. Ann Intern Med. 1951;34:1286. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-34-5-1286_1
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