On the Relation of Diseases of the Spinal Cord to the Distribution and Lesions of the Spinal Blood Vessels

B Sachs
1895 Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease  
BOOK REVIEWS. 524 much time to hysteria and its cognate hypnotism. We do not think, however, that the last word has yet been spoken on these important themes, and we hope sincerely that Brissaud will not let them drop en¬ tirely. An English writer has said recently that "hysteria is a by¬ word," and so it is in England for all that English observers have con¬ tributed to rescue it from such an ignominious reproach. Nevertheless it is a living reality, for which the French have done more than
more » ... e done more than all others by giving it the place in nosology which it inevitably must forever retain We welcome Brissaud's work as a valuable addition to current neurological literature, and as a worthy product of the clinic from which it issues.
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