Excerpt from Spinal Concussion: Surgically Considered as a Cause of Spinal Injury, and Neurologically Restricted to a Certain Symptom Group, for Which Is Suggested the Designation Erichsen's Disease, as One Form of the Traumatic Neuroses
A class OF injuries that is frequently... caused by railway accidents can be studied to advantage in any large metropolis. Chicago, being a great railway centre, naturally affords consider able material for such investigation, though the newness of that city and its consequent dearth of scientific and medical libraries oppose obstacles to research that can only be overcome by labor and sacrifices not experienced by students in older cities.
The need of a new work on Spinal Concussion is apparent in the scattered condition of the essays on the subject, and from the fact that the treatises now in use are twenty years behind the times.
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