As a comprehensive textbook in one volume, this edition of "Neurology" is to be recommended above any other text. Previous editions are well known for the successful inclusion of fundamental anatomic and physiologic knowledge in a clinical book. This edition has followed the same policy but has improved on the clinical discussions and has omitted none of the significant neurologic conditions. The latest in diagnostic and therapeutic technics are presented in good detail and are too numerous to be listed here. The book carries authority because of the writer's own studies on a wide range of neurologic problems.
This volume is well proportioned and intelligently written; it is therefore pleasant reading. It is a large book but is $2 cheaper than previous editions.