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The foundation of neurologic practice remains the clinical examination performed by a discerning, careful and experienced observer—as well as, of course, an accurate history. This book is written in a cook-book style and clearly defines each portion of the examination so that the medical or young postgraduate student can use it intelligently. As is now customary, little information about the various tracts of the central nervous system is included, the author feeling (correctly, I believe) that specialized texts and courses must supply such information.
Various sections are devoted to the cranial nerves, motor system and sensory system, etc., all in
Neurological Examination in Clinical Practice.. Ann Intern Med. 1963;59:966. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-59-6-966_1
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