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George Riddoch - bibliography

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Scottish neurologist, born 1888, Keith in Banffshire, Scotland; died 1947.


  • G. Riddoch:
    The reflex functions of the completely divided spinal cord in man, compared with those associated with less severe lesions.
    Brain, London, 1917, 40: 264-402.
  • Sir Henry Head and George Riddoch:
    The automatic bladder, excessive sweating and some other reflex conditions, in gross injuries of the spinal cord.
    Brain, London, 1917, 40: 188-263.
  • Sir Henry Head, William Halse Rivers (1864-1922), Gordon Morgan Holmes, James Sherren, Harold Theodore Thompson (1878-1935), George Riddoch:
  • Studies in Neurology. 2 volumes. London, H. Frowde, Hodder & Stoughton, 1920.
    Reprint, with modifications and additions, of seven papers published in the journal Brain between 1905 and 1918 by these authors.

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