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Maurice Victor - bibliography

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Biography

American neurologist, born May 5, 1920, Canora, Saskatchewan, Canada, died June 21, 2001, Hanover, New Hampshire.

Bibliography

Maurice Victor and R. D. Adams:
•  Adams and Victor's Principles of Neurology.
   First published by McGraw Hill in 1977.
   7th edition, by Maurice Victor and Allan H. Ropper, New York: McGraw-Hill,
   Medical Publishing   Division,   2001
   8th edition, by Allan H. Ropper and Robert H. Brown,
   New York, Graw Hill Medicine, 1905.
   9th edition by Allan H. Ropper and Marin Samuels. New York, Graw Hill
   Professional,    2009, 1572 pages.
   Translated into German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.

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