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Ever since neurology began, the course of this nerve has arrested the attention of anatomists.
THE ORIGIN OF VERTEBRATESWALTER HOLBROOK GASKELL
This primitive quest constitutes the greater part of the “neurology” of our day, and some advance has been made along its lines.
Several male members of the family have had successful careers in neurology, law, meteorology, politics and mathematics.
You ain't never stepped bar'foot out o' your bed into a pool o' water, and you all doubled up with neurology in your j'ints.
HILDEGARDE'S HOMELAURA E. RICHARDS
He got interested in neurology from the physics angle toward the end of his life, and contributed a lot to cybernetics.
SENTIMENT, INC.POUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
It produces not only a full casuistic but seeks to give some explanation aside from a reference to neurology.
I suppose she does have the neurology, and she's a poor broken-down creature.
Herophilus discovered the fundamental principles of neurology, and advanced the anatomy of the brain and spinal cord.
Neurology describes the system of the nerves and of the brain; dermatology treats of the skin.
That was the secret of the advances he was enabled to make in neurology.

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