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The vascular system.
As known, to finish this book, you may not need to get it at once in a day, but one of concepts the authors want to have is that it will not make you feel bored. Expand
The Pyramidal Tract
MODERATOR: The research committee of the American Academy of Neurology is pleased to present the second Symposium of Inquiry, for which the subject is the pyramidal tract. I t is our earnest hope… Expand
Epidemiology of brain tumors
A national survey of patients admitted to short-term hospitals in the United States during 1973 to 1974 with a discharge diagnosis of an intracranial neoplasm found incidence rates for meningiomas and pituitary adenomas were higher among men than among women. Expand
As I saw it.
- A. Walker
- Applied neurophysiology
And how this book will influence you to do better future? It will relate to how the readers will get the lessons that are coming. As known, commonly many people will believe that reading can be an… Expand
Electrical stimulation of the upper thoracic portion of the sympathetic chain in man.
The fate of World War II veterans with posttraumatic seizures.
Of 244 men who, as the result of a brain wound sustained in World War II, had had one or more convulsive seizures, 101 have died. Except for men who succumbed in the first decade of complications of… Expand
Stimulation and ablation; their role in the history of cerebral physiology.
- A. Walker
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of neurophysiology
- 1 July 1957