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An eminent English neurologist's sketches of 21 famous neuroclinicians: William J. Adie, Théophile Alajouanine, Morris B. Bender, Gaétan Gatian de Clérambault, Irving S. Cooper, Derek Denny-Brown, Raymond Garcin, Kurt Goldstein, Fritz Grewel, Sir Geoffrey Jefferson, Foster Kennedy, René Leriche, Jean Lhermitte, Alexander Romanovich Luria, Georg H. Monrad-Krohn, George Riddoch, E. Graeme Robertson, James S. Risien Russell, Paul Shuster, Sir Francis Walshe, and Israel Wechsler. His sketches touch on how they met, his subjects' personal qualities and professional place, and his feelings about them. Emerging from these short biographic essays is the atmosphere of a time in medicine quite different from
The Ventricle of Memory: Personal Recollections of Some Neurologists. Ann Intern Med. 1991;114:100. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-114-1-100_1
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