Joseph Godwin Greenfield

National Hospital, Queen Square, London, London, England, United Kingdom 
"Joseph Greenfield"


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GREENFIELD JG. (1956) Encephalomyelitis and the clinical pathologist. Journal of Clinical Pathology. 9: 1-11
GREENFIELD JG. (1954) [Spontaneous demyelinizing diseases in man and animals]. Acta Neurologica Et Psychiatrica Belgica. 54: 621-32
GREENFIELD JG. (1954) Is hepatolenticular degeneration a clinico-pathological entity. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine. 47: 150-2
GREENFIELD JG. (1953) [Malformations and degenerations of the intervertebral disks of the cervical region]. Revue MéDicale De La Suisse Romande. 73: 227-50
MARTIN JP, CLOAKE PC, MILLER H, et al. (1951) Discussion on some less common cerebrovascular diseases. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine. 44: 845-58
GREENFIELD JG. (1951) The retina in cerebrospinal lipidosis. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine. 44: 686-9
BRAIN WR, DANIEL PM, GREENFIELD JG. (1951) Subacute cortical cerebellar degeneration and its relation to carcinoma. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry. 14: 59-75
GREENFIELD JG. (1951) Relation of order of maturation of nuclei and tracts to degenerations of the central nervous system. A.M.a. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. 66: 232-4
GREENFIELD JG. (1950) The classification of diffuse demyelinating sclerosis of the brain on the basis of pathogenesis. Folia Psychiatrica, Neurologica Et Neurochirurgica Neerlandica. 53: 255-67
BRAIN WR, GREENFIELD JG. (1950) Late infantile metachromatic leuco-encephalopathy, with primary degeneration of the interfascicular oligodendroglia. Brain : a Journal of Neurology. 73: 291-317
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