A history of neurology [Elektronisk resurs] / Walther Riese ; foreword by Félix Martí-lbán̄ez.
Riese, Walther, b. 1890. (författare)
- New York : MD Publications, 1959.
- Engelska 223 p.
Serie: MD monographs on medical history ; no. 2
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- "In this book, the second in our medico-historical series, Dr. Walther Riese portrays the vast panorama of the history of neurologic thought, breaking it down into six panels, each one of which is a window through which he, with the luminous thought of the historian and philosopher, casts new light upon the neurology. The author first considers the knowledge of the function of the nervous system, which in some respects preceded the knowledge of its anatomy; he then analyzes the history of the knowledge of the nervous impulse and of reflex action; he proceeds to present the historical evolution of the theory of cerebral localizations and of the rediscovery of the totality of the being; and lastly he examines the problem of pain in neurology. Like the panels of a triptych, the sections of this book are beautifully integrated, conjuring a dramatic and colorful picture of man's search for knowledge of himself and of his basic medical problems by exploring the organs of the nervous system and its unfathomed functions"--Introduction. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved).
- Neurology -- History. (LCSH)
- Neurology -- history (MeSH)
- RC338 (LCC)
- 616.809 (DDC)
- Vef (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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