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Elliott Lee Mancall - bibliography

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Professor of Neurology at the Hahnemann Medical School in Philadelphi


Bernard Jacob Alpers and Elliott Lee Mancall:
•   Clinical Neurology. Philadelphia, F. A. Davis Company, 1971.

T.L. Munscat, E.L. Mancall, M.H. Brooke, G. Karpati, R.G. Miller, and S.P. Ringel:
•   Neuromuscular disease. A Program of the America Academy of Neurology, American Academy of  Neurology Multimedia Course. Includes: Duchenne/Becker Muscular Dystrophy; Facioscapulohumeral Dystrophy; Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy; Inflammatory disorders of muscle; Myasthenia Gravis; Motor Neuron Diseases; Periodic Paralyses and the Nondystrophic; Malignant Hperthermia; Toxic Myopathies; Mithochondrial Ciseases; and Metabolic Myopathies.

J.S. Schneider, D.P. Roeltgen, E.L. Mancall, J. Chapas-Crilly, D.S. Rothblat, and G.T. Tatarian:
•   Parkinson's disease Improved function with GM1 ganglioside treatment in a randomized placebo-controlled study. Neurology, Cleveland, Ohio, 1998, 50: 1630-1636.

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