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British physician, born 1870, Cranford; died 1935, London.


J. S. Collier, F. E. Batten and J. S. R. Russell:
Subacute combined degeneration of the spinal cord. Brain, 1900, 23: 39-110.

J. Collier:
The false localizing signs of intracranial tumour.
  Brain, London, 1904, 27: 490–508.508.

James Collier:
Three Cases showing Retraction of the Eyelids. Case of tumour affecting the
  mid-brain. Case of disseminated sclerosis with retraction of the eyelids.
  Case of Spondylose Rhizo-mélique.

  Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, 1923,
  16 (Neurological Section): 47-48.

J. S. Collier:
• Inventions and the outlook in neurology. London, Clarendon Press, 1934.
  The Harveian Oration Delivered Before the Royal College of Physicians of
  London on 18th October 1934

Derek Ernst Denny-Brown (1901-1981):
• James Stanford Collier (1870-1935). In The Founders of Neurology.
  Compiled and edited by Webb Haymaker and Francis Schiller.    
  Springfield, Illinois, Charles C. Thomas. 2nd edition. 1970.

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