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Joseph Jules François Félix Babinski - bibliography

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French neurologist, born November 17, 1857, Paris; died October 29, 1932, Paris.


    Babinski’s bibliography contains 288 items
  • Oeuvre scientifique: recueil des principaux travaux.
    Publié par les soins de Barré, Chaillous, Charpentier, et al. Paris, Masson, 1934.
  • J. Babinski:
    Étude anatomique et clinique sur la sclérose en plaques. Paris, 1885.
  • Hystérie-pithiatisme et troubles nerveux d'ordre réflexe en neurologie de guerre.
    With Jules Froment (1878-1946). Paris, 1917; 2nd edition, 1918; translated into English.

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