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Resisting the temptations of multiple authorship, Dr. Bray has produced an admirable and concise textbook of pediatric neurology. It may well become the favorite of pediatricians, internists, and other practitioners who are periodically called upon to diagnose and treat neurological disorders in children.
Physicians who have identified a group of signs, symptoms, and laboratory abnormalities in a patient but remain uncertain of the diagnosis will especially appreciate the first 120 pages of this book. These pages are organized around specific findings, such as abnormal head size, loss of consciousness, and "cerebral palsy." However, these disorders are also dealt with in
Neurology in Pediatrics.. Ann Intern Med. 1970;72:766. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-72-5-766_2
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