J. A. Simpson
1974 Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry  
Book reviews with the anatomy and pathology of vascular lesions of the spinal cord. In these latter conditions there is still much room for further research and clinical observation coupled with post-mortem findings. The authors are both experienced in the clinical, operative and pathological aspects of their contributions and this expertise is valuable not only for the research worker, but also for the practising neurological surgeon, who may want to confirm or discard a clinical diagnosis. It
more » ... nical diagnosis. It is hardly a book for students. The radiological illustrations are very good as are the schematic illustrations in part two concerning the blood supply of the cord. More coloured illustrations of operative procedures and of appearances found at operations in part one would have added to the undoubted importance of the volume.
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