The Italian Giuseppe Muscatello (1866–1951) and his contributions to our understanding of childhood spina bifida aperta and occulta

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Giuseppe Muscatello (Fig. 1) was born in 1866 on Sicily. He and his wife, Elena, had four children. In 1889, he received his medical degree from the University of Naples [1]. He studied surgery from 1889 to 1892 in Padua. He first worked in Strasbourg, supervised by Georg Albert Lücke, and then at the Institute of Pathology under renowned pathologist… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00381-016-3204-1

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@article{Tardieu2016TheIG, title={The Italian Giuseppe Muscatello (1866–1951) and his contributions to our understanding of childhood spina bifida aperta and occulta}, author={Gabrielle G. Tardieu and Marious Loukas and Christian Fisahn and Mohammadali M Shoja and Rod. J. Oskouian and R. Shane Tubbs}, journal={Child's Nervous System}, year={2016}, volume={33}, pages={389-391} }