Critical Review: disseminated sclerosis
Critical Review: disseminated sclerosis. Quart. J. Med. 1930; 23:343-391.
It is not often in the annals of medicine that a review has an important place in the history of progress, but Russell Brain, a young consultant at the London Hospital (later Lord Brain), clarified the confusing state of understanding and claims in 1930. He reviewed the extensive literature of MS and gave his clear view on all aspects, including his conclusion that all therapies available provided no more benefit than would have occurred spontaneously.