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Arthur Earl Walker - bibliography

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American neurologist, born 1907, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; died January 1, 1995, Arizona, USA.


  • The Primate Thalamus. Chicago, University Press, 1938.
  • Congenital atresia of the foramens of Luschka and Magendie.
    With J. K. Taggart. Archives of Neurology Psychiatry 1942, 48: 583-612. Dandy-Walker syndrome.
  • A. E. Walker, editor:
    A History of Neurological Surgery.
    Baltimore; Williams & Wilkins Co, 1951.
    Includes a bibliography of nearly 2,400 references, nearly all of which are secondary sources.
  • G. B. Udvarhelyi:
    Tribute to Dr A Earl Walker.
    Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Chicago, 1968, 147: 2-13.
  • E. Niedermeyer:
    In memoriam: A Earl Walker: neurosurgeon, neuroscientist, and epileptologist.
    Epilepsia, New York, 1995, 36(6): 516-521.

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