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The Bearing of Recent Research in the Posterior Root Ganglia upon the New Theories concerning the ætiology of Tabes dorsalis

  • R. G. Rows (a1)
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Dr. Orr has shown you the normal cells of the posterior root ganglia and the changes which they undergo in general paralysis of the insane, and we have thought that it would be of some interest briefly to follow the subject a little further, and to see what is the modem view of the degenerative changes in the cells of the posterior root ganglia and in the nervefibres of the spinal cord in general paralysis and in tabes dorsalis.

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The Bearing of Recent Research in the Posterior Root Ganglia upon the New Theories concerning the ætiology of Tabes dorsalis

  • R. G. Rows (a1)
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