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The Cerebro-spinal Fluid: its spontaneous escape from the nose by St Clair Thomson (London, 1899), with observations on its composition and function in the human subject
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- Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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In regard to blood in cerebrospinal fluid see also my Germ[an] Hosp notes on cases of F Baur (1910) of of E Hearn (1910), the latter notes with cuttings on the contra-indication of lumbar puncture etc. See cuttings at end in connection with cerebrospinal otorrhea, as analogous to cerebrospinal rhinorrhea, and following fractures of the base of the skull
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