George Gershwin A case of new ways in neurosurgery as well as in the history of western music


George Gershwin, the famous American composer, died in 1937 of a temporal lobe glioma. An emergency surgery was performed by R. Nafziger and W. E. Dandy. The case of George Gershwin indicates the beginning of a new era in music history as well as in the history of neurosurgery. 
DOI: 10.1007/s00701-014-2045-5


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