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Patterns of injury in the battered child syndrome.
PARTIAL EXCISION OF THE MOTOR CORTEX IN TREATMENT OF JACKSONIAN CONVULSIONS: Results in Forty-One Cases
I believe that the only thing persistently physiologically abnormal in A. is that some few cells of his thumb-center have become fulminant.... It is a pity that A. cannot be rid of these worse than… Expand
Partial excision of the motor cortex in treatment of jacksonian convulsions; results in 41 cases.
Temporal Models in Prehistory: An Example From Eastern North America [and Comments and Reply]
- J. Stoltman, David S. Brose, +7 authors W. Starna
- Sociology, History
- Current Anthropology
- 1 December 1978
This paper deals with the topic of defining a sequence of time units for any specified archaeological area, that is, the topic of constructing temporal models in prehistory. Despite the fundamental… Expand
Reoperation for glioblastoma.
The results of a second operation for tumor removal in 24 adult patients with supratentorial glioblastoma multiforme or anaplastic astrocytoma were analyzed. The median survival time after… Expand
Congenital Pulmonary Arteriovenous Aneurysm Complicated by Bacteroides Abscess of Brain: Successful Surgical Management
Intraventricular administration of amikacin for complicated Gram-negative meningitis and ventriculitis.
Four pediatric neurosurgical patients with Gram-negative meningitis and ventriculitis were treated with parenteral and intraventricular amikacin, a new aminoglycoside. The organisms infecting these… Expand
Intracranial Glomus-Jugulare Tumor with Successful Surgical Removal
Brain irradiation for metastatic disease of lung origin
A review was made of the records of our patients with carcinoma of the lung who received brain irradiation for metastatic disease during the period of July 1966 through February 1971. Fifteen… Expand