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Charles M. Poser - bibliography

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US neurologist.

Bibliography

  • Charles M. Poser:
    The Relationship Between Syringomyelia and Neoplasm.
    Springfield, Ill., Thomas, 1956. 98 pages. American lecture series, no. 262.
  • Charles M. Poser, editor:
    Mental retardation: diagnosis and treatment.
    New York, Hoeber Medical Division, Harper & Row, 1969. ix, 271 pages.
  • Charles M. Poser, D. W. Paty, L. Scheinberg et al:
    New diagnostic criteria for multiple sclerosis: Guidelines for research protocols.
    Annals of Neurology, 1983, 13: 227-230.
  • Charles M. Poser:
    Pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis. A critical reappraisal.
    Acta neuropathologica, 1986, 71: 1.
  • Charles M. Poser:
    Multiple sclerosis. Epidemiology and genetics.
    Annals of Neurology, December 1994, supplement 2, volume 36.
  • Raad A. Shakir, Charles M. Poser (editor), Peter K. Newman (editor:
    Tropical Neurology. W. B. Saunders, 1996. 485 pages.
  • Charles M. Poser, G. W. Bruyn:
    An Illustrated History of Malaria.
    New York : Parthenon Pub. Group, 1999. xiv, 165 pages.
  • Charles M. Poser, A. Chaudhuri, P. O. Behan, Gerard M. Lehrer, and Douglas S. Goodin:
    The relationship of MS to physical trauma and psychological stress: Report of the Therapeutics and Technology Assessment Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology.
    Neurology, 2000, 54: 1393-1395.
  • Charles M. Poser:
    George Willem Bruyn, MD, PhD (1928–2002). Neurology 2002, 59: 1132-1133.
  • Charles M. Poser:
    Notes on the history of the prion diseases. Part I.
    Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery, 2002, 104:1:1-9.
  • George W. Bruyn and Charles M. Poser:
    The History of Tropical Neurology. Nutritional Disorders.
    Science History Publications/U.S.A. Watson), Nantucket, Massachiusetts, 2003. 156 pages.
  • Hans P. Hartung, Jorge Barahona, Orlando Garcea, Wolfgang Grisold, Jürg Kesselring, Xavier Montalban, Frederick E. Munschauer, Chris Polman, Charles M. Poser:
    BrainLINC 1. Deutsche Ausgabe. Learning in Cases.
    Urban & Fischer, München, Oktober 2003
  • Charles M. Poser:
    An Illustrated Pocketbook of Multiple Sclerosis.
    CRC Press-Parthenon Publishers, 1903.

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