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5. Clinical Neurology and Psychiatry: Argyll-Robertson Pupil, its Clinical Value and its Relation to Syphilis [Le signe pupillaire d'Argyll-Robert son; sa valeur séméilogique; ses relations avec la syphilis]. (Gaz. des Hôp., Dec. 2 8th, 1901.) Cestan et Dupay-Dutemps.

  • W. H. B. Stoddart
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Argyll-Robertson pupil is an acknowledged sign of tabes and of general paralysis, both of which diseases have a close relation to syphilis. The authors have set themselves the task of determining whether this sign, when it occurs in cases other than tabetics or general paralytics, has any relation to previous syphilis in the patients.

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5. Clinical Neurology and Psychiatry: Argyll-Robertson Pupil, its Clinical Value and its Relation to Syphilis [Le signe pupillaire d'Argyll-Robert son; sa valeur séméilogique; ses relations avec la syphilis]. (Gaz. des Hôp., Dec. 2 8th, 1901.) Cestan et Dupay-Dutemps.

  • W. H. B. Stoddart
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