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Since the original monograph of Spielmeyer in 1921, a number of textbooks of neuropathology have appeared. Most of these have followed traditional concepts or have shown strength along anatomic or morphologic lines. Many texts have emphasized the degenerative diseases, congenital anomalies, or tumors. Some texts have contained both fact and fancy. Conflicts and confusion have occurred between texts. Neuropathology has thus become a bit mysterious, somewhat complex, and a difficult subject for both medical student and neurologist and particularly, the pathologist who has suffered from the complexity, the admixture of theory and fact plus an avalanche of anglicized or foreign
Fundamentals of Neuropathology.. Ann Intern Med. ;41:855–856. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-41-4-855_2
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1954;41(4):855-856.
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