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Doreen Moorhouse - bibliography

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British neurologist, born January 14, 1926; died abt. 1995.


  • Hugh Garland and Doreen Moorhouse
    Compressive Lesions of External Popliteal (Common Peroneal) Nerve.
    British Medical Journal, December 27, 1952, 2 (4799): 1373–1378.
  • H. Garland, D. Moorhouse:
    An extremely rare recessive hereditary syndrome including cerebellar ataxia, oligophrenia, cataract and other features.
    Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, London, May 1953, 16 (2): 110-116.
  • Doreen Moorhouse
    Some Neurological Manifestations of Endogenous Hypoglycaemia.
    British Medicasl Journal, December 29, 2(5008): 1512–1514.
    Read in the Section of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association, Brighton, 1956.

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