THE VENOUS DRAINAGE OF THE BRAIN, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE GALENIC SYSTEM

@inproceedings{Schlesinger1939THEVD,
  title={THE VENOUS DRAINAGE OF THE BRAIN, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE GALENIC SYSTEM},
  author={Bernard Schlesinger},
  year={1939}
}
ON the basis of experiments on dogs, Bedford reported (1937) that a collateral circulation becomes rapidly established after occlusion of the great vein of Galen {Vena magna cerebri). He concluded, therefore, that the hydrocephalus which was occasionally found by Dandy and Blackfan (1914) and by Gulecke (1930), in dogs in which the vein had been blocked experimentally, was not directly due to the occlusion of the vein. In a subsequent series of experiments, Bedford (1934) occluded the great… CONTINUE READING

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