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The International Congress will be held at Berne, Switzerland, from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4, 1931. The following preliminary programs have been arranged for the various subjects which will be presented during the morning sessions and one afternoon session of the Congress:
A. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures (Surgical and Otherwise) in Tumors of the Brain.
—The program is arranged by Prof. Max Nonne, Hamburg, and will be presented during the morning and afternoon sessions on Monday, August 31.
(a) Clinical Symptomatology
Reporter: Sir James Purves-Stewart, London
Coreporters: Clovis Vincent, Paris Giuseppe Ayala, Rome Foster Kennedy, New York (Tumors of the Temporosphenoidal Lobes: Subfrontal Syndromes)
(b) Histologic Diagnosis
Reporter: Percival Bailey, Chicago
Coreporters: Wilder Penfield, Montreal Bertold Pfeifer, Nietleben, Germany (Callosal Puncture)
(c) Roentgenologic Diagnosis
Reporter: Arthur Schüller, Vienna
Coreporters: Ernest Sachs, St. Louis (Roentgenology in Neurosurgery) H. W. Stenvers, Utrecht
(d) Ventriculography and Encephalography
Sachs B, Riley HA. INTERNATIONAL NEUROLOGICAL CONGRESS. Arch NeurPsych. 1931;25(2):385–388. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1931.02230020173010
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