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Anatomie schématique de l'appareil nerveux: Les nerfs rachidiens

JAMA. 1954;156(11):1125. doi:10.1001/jama.1954.02950110087036.
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In essence, this book is a comprehensive collection of schematic drawings of the systematic and topographic anatomy of the spinal nerves. The author has made successful use of the advantages of the diagrammatic method of illustration to stress the points of special interest and importance. He has been similarly successful in avoiding the pitfall of oversimplification. The anatomic sites 'illustrated are selected with great care and present many aspects of important anatomic relationships found only with difficulty by studying atlases. The drawings are executed with great skill, and, in most of them, a desirable degree of three-dimensional quality has been obtained. The labeling is clear, and the structures are easily identified. The text covers adequately the material illustrated and is pleasantly concise. Great proficiency in French is not necessary to make successful use of this book, since its main value is in the illustrations. It is of high didactic caliber

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