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December 1932

Grundzuge der Neurochirurgie. Vol. 8. Medizinische Praxis.

Arch NeurPsych. 1932;28(6):1460-1461. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1932.02240060219022

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This book is designed primarily to meet the requirements of the practitioner and busy surgeon, with a view to presenting in concise, condensed form the principles of neurosurgical treatment and such data as may be of value in directing the procedure of the physician concerned with the early diagnosis and treatment of the case. No attempt is made to elaborate on the intricate technic belonging to the specialty, but an effort has been made to include an unbiased discussion and personal opinion on the accepted developments in therapy as disclosed by the more recent researches.

An attempt is made to cover the whole field of neurosurgery in 197 pages under 6 main headings, which include: (1) the surgical treatment of the brain and its coverings; (2) the surgical treatment of the spinal cord and its coverings; (3) the surgical treatment of traumatic paralysis and tumors associated with peripheral nerves; (4)

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