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Principles of Neurology.

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Third edition. By Adams Raymond D., Victor Maurice. . 1186 pages. McGraw-Hill Book Company; , New York: 1985.. $65.00.


Ann Intern Med. 1986;105(1):158. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-105-1-158_3
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The production of comprehensive textbooks of neurology has been an American tradition since the first English language neurologic text was written by Amariah Brigham in 1840. This book by Adams and Victor is the latest in a series of successful neurologic textbooks; much was expected of this third edition and it does not disappoint. The format continues the division into sections emphasizing clinical methodology; then symptomatic phenomenology followed by pathologic and anatomical disease categories; and a section on growth, development, and aging. Finally, psychiatric disorders that may present with neurologic manifestations are discussed.

The second edition corrected many of the

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