A History of Neurosurgery: In Its Scientific and Professional Contexts
Samuel H. Greenblatt, T. Forcht Dagi, Mel H. Epstein
American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Jan 1, 1997 - Medical - 625 pages
A History of Neurosurgery is the first thorough book on the history of neurosurgery published since 1951. The book is organized around a specific historiographic framework that traces the advancement of the specialty. Included are chapters on ancient trepanation, Macewen's first use of the combined technologies of anesthesia, antisepsis and cortical localization in 1879 to plan and perform craniotomies, the emergence of Harvey Cushing's leadership, the evolution of modern neurosurgical techniques and technology and much more.
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