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HISTORICAL VIGNETTES AND COMMEMORATIVE ARTICLES TO REFERENCE


The following bibliography contains historical articles, obituaries, Cushing Orations, and Presidential Addresses which have appeared in Journal of Neurosurgery and Neurosurgery. Every effort has been made to make this list complete. If additions are to be considered, please contact the Archivist.

  1. Abbe, R: A contribution to the surgery of the spine. Neurosurgical Classic XXIII. J Neurosurg 21:820, 1964. Originally published in Medical Record, New York 35:149, 1889.
  2. Adler, MJ: Minds and Brains: Angels, Humans and Brutes. The 1982 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 57:309, 1982
  3. Alexander E and Alexander E: German Influences on the Work of Harvey Cushing, the Pioneer of Neurosurgery in America. Neurosurgery 9:501, 1981.
  4. Alexander, E: Donald Darrow Matson, 1913-1969. J Neurosurg 31:249, 1969.
  5. Alexander, E: Evolution of the Journal of Neurosurgery. J Neurosurg 80:762, 1994.
  6. Alexander, E: Kenneth George McKenzie, Canada's first neurosurgeon. J Neurosurg 41:1, 1974.
  7. Alexander, E: Perspective on neurosurgery. The 1967 AANS Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 27:189, 1967.
  8. Alexander, E: William Sharpe, M.D. - Neurosurgeon/Entrepreneur. Neurosurgery 22:961, 1988.
  9. Al-Rodhan, NRF and Laws, ER: Meningioma: A Historical Study of the Tumor and Its Surgical Management. Neurosurgery 26:832. 1990.
  10. Artico, M et al: Birthday of Peripheral Nervous System Surgery: The Contribution of Gabriele Ferrara (1543-1627). Neurosurgery 39:380, 1996.
  11. Arvidson, RE: From Exploration of the Solar System to Utilization of Space Materials. The 1985 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 63:317, 1985
  12. Awad, IA: Galen's anecdote of the fallen sophist: on the certainty of science through anatomy. J Neurosurg 83:929, 1995.
  13. Axelrod, J: Catecholamine, Neurotransmitters, Psychoactive Drugs and Biological Clocks. The 1981 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 55:669, 1981
  14. Bailey, P and Alexander, E: Oligodendrogliomas of the brain. Neurosurgical Classic XXXVII. J Neurosurg 23:219, 1965. Originally published in The Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 32:735, 1929.
  15. Bakay, L: Francois Quesnay. Neurosurgery 17:518-521, 1985.
  16. Barker, FG: Phineas among the phrenologists: the American crowbar case and nineteenth-century theories of cerebral localization. J Neurosurg 82:672, 1995.
  17. Barker, FG: The Massachusetts General Hospital. Early history and neurosurgery to 1939. J Neurosurg 79:948, 1993.
  18. Barrett, JW: Howard Stephen Cowley. J Neurosurg 20:1023, 1963.
  19. Bell, BA: The Study of Cerebral Circulation and the Measurement of Cerebral Blood Flow. Neurosurgery 14:238, 1984.
  20. Bell, BA: The Study of Cerebral Edema. Neurosurgery 13:724, 1983.
  21. Bennett, AH and Godlee, RJ: Case of a cerebral tumour. Neurosurgical Classic I. J Neurosurg 19:700, 1962. Originally published in Medico-Chirugical Transactions, London 68:2433, 1885.
  22. Bennett, WH: A case in which acute spasmodic pain in the left lower extremity was completely removed by subdural division of the posterior roots of certain spinal nerves, all other treatment having proved useless. Death from sudden collapse and cerebral haemorrhage on the twelfth day after the operation, at the commencement of apparent convalescence. Neurosurgical Classic XXIII. J Neurosurg 21:812, 1964. Originally published in Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, London 72:329, 1889.
  23. Bigner, DD: M. Stephen Mahaley, JR., MD, PhD 1932-1992. J Neurosurg 77:829, 1992.
  24. Bingham, WF: W.W. Keen and the dawn of American neurosurgery. J Neurosurg 64:705, 1986.
  25. Black, PMcL: Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. J Neurosurg 75:987, 1991.
  26. Boldrey, EB: David Lander Reeves, 1904-1970. J Neurosurg 34:474, 1971.
  27. Botterell, EH: Sir Geoffrey Jefferson, 1886-1961. J Neurosurg 18:407, 1961.
  28. Breasted, JH: The Edwin Smith surgical papyrus. Neurosurgical Classic XVII. J Neurosurg 21:240, 1964. Originally published in The Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1930, 2 volumes.
  29. Brewster, K: Is the Dream of a Voluntary Society Still Possible? The 1980 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 53:279, 1980
  30. Brihaye, J: European Association of Neurosurgical Societies. Neurosurgery 15:262, 1984.
  31. Broca, P: Loss of speech, chronic softening and partial destruction of the left anterior lobe of the brain. Neurosurgical Classic XIX. J Neurosurg 21:424, 1964. Originally published in Bulletin et Memories de la Societe Anatomique de Paris 6:398, 1861.
  32. Brunori, A et al: Celebrating the centennial (1894-1994): Leonardo Gigli and his wire saw. J Neurosurg 82:1086, 1995.
  33. Alexander, E: Alfonso Asenjo, MD, 1906-1980. J Neurosurg 53:737, 1980.
  34. Alexander, E: Our training programs and the future of neurological surgery. The 1952 Harvey Cushing Society Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 9:538, 1952.
  35. Alexander, E: Percival Bailey, 1892-1972. J Neurosurg 40:281, 1974.
  36. Alexander, E: Tribute to Otfrid Foerster. J Neurosurg 20:84, 1963.
  37. Cadwalder, WB and Sweet, JE: Experimental work on the function of the anterolateral column of the spinal cord. Neurosurgical Classic III. J Neurosurg 19:1010, 1962. Originally published in JAMA 58:1490, 1912.
  38. Campbell, E: Walter E. Dandy - Surgeon, 1886-1946. J Neurosurg 8:249, 1951.
  39. Canale, DJ: William Osler and "the special field of neurological surgery". J Neurosurg 70:759, 1989. (Cushing)
  40. Caputi, F et al: Luigi Rolando and his pioneering efforts to relate structure to function in the nervous system. J Neurosurg 83:933, 1995.
  41. Cardoso, ER: Pituitary Apoplexy: a review. Neurosurgery 14:363, 1984.
  42. Carmel, PW: Lewis Hill Weed: early neurosurgical contributor. Neurosurgery 17:114, 1985.
  43. Carter, J: Role of the United States in a Changing World. The 1990 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 73:813, 1990
  44. Chamberlain, WE: Walter Ivan Lillie, 1891-1947. J Neurosurg 4:398, 1947.
  45. Ciric, I: Paul C. Bucy, MD, 1904-1992. J Neurosurg 7:693, 1993.
  46. Clark, WK: Structure and function: organization of a medical specialty for the rest of the 20th century. The 1982 AANS Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 57:301, 1982.
  47. Coburn, DF: Frank Randall Teachenor, 1888-1953. J Neurosurg 11:214, 1954.
  48. Collins, WF: The Journal of Neurosurgery in the computer era. J Neurosurg 81:147, 1994.
  49. Collins, WF: The Sterling Hall of Medicine, Yale University School off Medicine. J Neurosurg 75:489, 1991.
  50. Cooper, T: Who is Managing the Mangers? The 1989 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 71:311, 1989
  51. Craig, WM: Alfred Washington Adson - Pioneer neurosurgeon: 1887-1951. J Neurosurg 9:117, 1952.
  52. Cromwell, RM: Eric Oldberg, MD, 1901-1986. J Neurosurg 66:641, 1987.
  53. Crosby, EL: The Role of the Institution in Modern Health Care. The 1970 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 33:625, 1970
  54. Cushing, H: A method of combining exploration and decompression for cerebral tumors which prove to be inoperable. Neurosurgical Classic VI. J Neurosurg 20:366, 1963. Originally published in Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics 6:227, 1908.
  55. Cushing, H: Electro-surgery as an aid to the removal of intracranial tumors. Neurosurgical Classic XXXV. J Neurosurg 23:85, 1965. Originally published in Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics 47:751, 1928.
  56. Cushing, H: Technical methods of performing certain cranial operations. Neurosurgical Classic V. J Neurosurg 20:267, 1963. Originally published in Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics 6:227, 1908.
  57. Cushing, H: Technical methods of performing certain cranial operations. Neurosurgical Classic VI. J Neurosurg 20:366, 1963. Originally published in Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics 9:1, 1909.
  58. Cushing, H: The basophilic adenomas of the pituitary body and their clinical manifestations (pituitary basophilism). Neurosurgical Classic XVIII. J Neurosurg 21:315, 1964. Originally published in Bulletin of The Johns Hopkins Hospital 50:137, 1932.
  59. Cushing, H: The control of bleeding in operations for brain tumors. Neurosurgical Classic XXI. J Neurosurg 21:714, 1964. Originally published in Annals of Surgery 54:1, 1911.
  60. Cushing, H: The surgical-mortality percentages pertaining to a series of two thousand verified intracranial tumors. Neurosurgical Classic XXVIII. J Neurosurg 22:188, 1965. Originally published in Proceedings of the First International Neurological Congress (Berne, 1931), 73-78.
  61. Dandy, WE and Blackfan, KD: Internal hydrocephalus. An experimental, clinical, and pathological study. Neurosurgical Classic XX. J Neurosurg 21:586, 1964. Originally published in American Journal of Diseases in Children 8:406, 1914.
  62. Dandy, WE: An operation for the total removal of cerebellopontine (acoustic) tumors). Neurosurgical Classic XXXIV. J Neurosurg 22:622, 1965. Originally published in Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics 41:129, 1925.
  63. Dandy, WE: Roentgenography of the brain after the injection of air into the spinal canal. Neurosurgical Classic VIII. J Neurosurg 20:531, 1963. Originally published in Annals of Surgery 70:397, 1919.
  64. Dandy, WE: Ventriculography following the injection of air into the cerebral ventricles. Neurosurgical Classic VII. J Neurosurg 20:452, 1963. Originally published in Annals of Surgery 68:5, 1918.
  65. Davey, LM: John Farquhar Fulton, 1899-1960. J Neurosurg 17:1119, 1960.
  66. Davey, LM: John F. Fulton, MD and the founding of the Journal of Neurosurgery. J Neurosurg 80:584, 1994.
  67. Davidoff, LM: Place of neurological surgery in the undergraduate curriculum. The 1957 Harvey Cushing Society Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 14:475, 1957.
  68. Davis, RA: The Brigham Diary of Loyal Davis: a portrait of Harvey Cushing and a neurosurgical acolyte. J Neurosurg 82:683, 1995. (cp)
  69. Day, AL: Keeping Neurosurgery Special. The 1994 CNS Presidential Address. Neurosurgery 34:1052, 1994.
  70. Dealy, JB: Merrill Clay Sosman, 1890-1959. J Neurosurg 17:555, 1960.
  71. DeSaussure, RL: Assessments, accomplishments, and anxieties. The 1976 AANS Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 45:601, 1976.
  72. Dickson, B: Law and Medicine: Conflict or Collaboration? The 1988 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 69:319, 1988
  73. Dohn, DF: Neurosurgery at the crossroads: leadership role of The American Association of Neurological Surgeons. The 1979 AANS Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 51:429, 1979.
  74. Dott, NM: Intracranial aneurysms: cerebral arterio-radiography: surgical treatment. Neurosurgical Classic XXIV. J Neurosurg 21:892, 1964. Originally published in Edinburgh Medical Journal 40:219, 1933.
  75. Durante, F: Contribution to endocranial surgery. Neurosurgical Classic II. J Neurosurg 19:804, 1962. Originally published in The Lancet 2:654, 1887.
  76. Ecker A: Historical Note: The Discovery of Human Cerebral Arterial Spasm in Angiograms: An Autobiographical Note. Neurosurgery 10:90, 1982.
  77. Egeberg, RO: Medicine Through Untinted Glass. The 1976 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 45:369, 1976
  78. Eisenhardt, L: John F. Fulton, 1899-1960. J Neurosurg 17:777, 1960.
  79. Elvidge, AR: William Vernon Cone, 1897-1959. J Neurosurg 17:357, 1960.
  80. Fager, CA: James L. Poppen, MD, 1903-1978. J Neurosurg 51:2, 1979.
  81. Feindel, W: Neurosurgery at the Montreal Neurological Institute and McGill University Hospitals. Neurosurgery 39:830, 1996.
  82. Feindel, W: The Montreal Neurological Institute. J Neurosurg 75: 821, 1991.
  83. Feindel, W: Wilder Penfield (1891-1976): The Man and His Work. Neurosurgery 1:93, 1977.
  84. Ferrier, D: Discussion on the localization of function in the cortex cerebri. Neurosurgical Classic XXII. J Neurosurg 21:724, 1964. Originally published in Transactions of the seventh session of the International Medical Congress 1:228, 1881.
  85. Foerster, O: The dermatomes in man. Neurosurgical Classic XXV. J Neurosurg 21:1006, 1964. Originally published in Brain 56:1, 1933.
  86. French, LA: Some issues in health education and delivery of health care. The 1974 AANS Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 41:409, 1974.
  87. Fritsch, G and Hitzig, E: The electrical excitability of the cerebrum. Neurosurgical Classic XII. J Neurosurg 20:905, 1963. Originally published in Archiv fur Anatomie, Physiologie und wissenschaftliche Medizin 37:3300, 1870.
  88. Furlow, LT: The American Board of Neurological Surgery. The 1962 Harvey Cushing Society Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 19:617, 1962.
  89. Gabriel, EM and Nashold, BS: History of spinal cord stereotaxy. J Neurosurg 85:725, 1996.
  90. German, WJ: Dr. Louise Eisenhardt: obituary. J Neurosurg 26:285, 1967.
  91. German, WJ: Neurological surgery. Its past, present and future. The 1953 Harvey Cushing Society Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 10:526, 1953.
  92. Gerszten, PC and Martinez, AJ: The Neuropathology of South American Mummies. Neurosurgery 36:756, 1995.
  93. Gigli, L: On the method of temporary cranial resection by means of my wire saw. Neurosurgical Classic IV. J Neurosurg 19:1011, 1962. Originally published in Centralblatt fur Chirurgie 25:425, 1898.
  94. Ginzberg, E: Manpower for Neurosurgery: Seeing Ourselves as Others See Us. The 1977 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 47:803, 1977
  95. Giuffre, R: Successful radical removal of an intracranial meningioma in 1835 by Professor Pecchioli of Sienna. J Neurosurg 60:47, 1984.
  96. Glenn, WW: Diaphragm pacing by electrical stimulation of phrenic nerve. Neurosurgery 17:974, 1985
  97. Goldring, S: The need to trace our roots in difficult times. The 1985 AANS Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 63:485, 1985.
  98. Gomez, JG: Paleoneurosurgery in Columbia. J Neurosurg 39:585, 1973.
  99. Gowers, WR and Horsley, V: A case of tumour of the spinal cord. Removal; recovery. Neurosurgical Classic XI. J Neurosurg 20:815, 1963. Originally published in Medico-chirurgical Transactions 53:377, 1888.
  100. Grant, FC: Charles Harrison Frazier. Tangibles and intangibles. J Neurosurg 8:135, 1951.
  101. Grant, J: Victor Darwin Lespinasse: A Biographical Sketch. Neurosurgery 39:1232, 1996.
  102. Grantham, EG and Mayfield FH: Dr. Roy Glenwood Spurling, 1894-1968. J Neurosurg 28:610, 1968.
  103. Greenblatt, SH: Phrenology in the Science and Culture of the 19th Century. Neurosurgery 37:790, 1995.
  104. Greenblatt, SH: The image of the "brain surgeon" in American culture: the influence of Harvey Cushing. J Neurosurg 75:808, 1991.
  105. Guthkelch, AN: Geoffrey Jefferson (1886-1961), neurosurgeon, physiologist, philosopher. J Neurosurg 66:642, 1987.
  106. Hadley, MN and Morawetz, RB: James Garber Galbraith, M.D., 1914-1996. Neurosurgery 40:781, 1997.
  107. Handler, P: Science and Society. The 1966 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 25:247, 1966
  108. Hanigan, WC, Ragen W, and Foster R: Dryander of Marberg and the First Textbook of Neuroanatomy. Neurosurgery 26:489, 1990.
  109. Hanigan, WC, Ragen, W, and Ludgera, M: Neurological Surgery in the Nineteenth Century: The Principles and Techniques of Ernst von Bergmann. Neurosurgery 30:750, 1992.
  110. Hanigan, WC: Neurological Surgery during the Great War: The Influence of Colonel Cushing. Neurosurgery 23:283, 1988.
  111. Hanlon, CR: Rhetoric of Specialization. The 1978 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 49:786, 1978
  112. Harris, P: Norman McOmish Dott, 1897-1973. J Neurosurg 40:415, 1974.
  113. Hartley, F: Intracranial neurectomy of the second and third divisions of the fifth nerve. Neurosurgical Classic XIII. J Neurosurg 20:1015, 1963. Originally published in New York Medical Journal 55:317, 1892.
  114. Hauber, CH and Philips CA: The Evolution of Organized Neurological Surgery in the United States. Neurosurgery 36:814, 1995.
  115. Henderson, A: Temple Fay, unconformable crusader and harbinger of human refrigeration, 1895-1963. J Neurosurg 20:627, 1963.
  116. Hippocrates On injuries of the head. Neurosurgical Classic XXXVI. J Neurosurg 23:117, 1965. Reprinted from Medical Classics 3:145-160, 1938.
  117. Hlavin, ML and Ratcheson RA: Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals of Cleveland: a neurosurgical chronicle. J Neurosurg 83:750, 1995.
  118. Hoff, JT, Farhat, SM, and McGillicuddy, JE: Richard C. Schneider, MD, 1913-1986. J Neurosurg 66:159, 1987.
  119. Horrax, G: Ernest Sachs. J Neurosurg 6:3, 1949.
  120. Horrax, G: Some of Harvey Cushing's contributions to neurological surgery. J Neurosurg 54:436, 1981.
  121. Horsley, V and Clark, RH: The structure and functions of the cerebellum examined by a new method. Neurosurgical Classic XXVII. J Neurosurg 22:102, 1965. Originally published in Brain 31:45, 1908.
  122. Horsley, V, Taylor J, and Colman, WS: Remarks on the various surgical procedures devised for the relief or cure of trigeminal neuralgia (tic douloureux). Neurosurgical Classic XIII. J Neurosurg 20:1011, 1963. Originally published in British Medical Journal 2:1139; 1191; 1249, 1891.
  123. Horsley, V: Antiseptic wax. Neurosurgical Classic XXI. J Neurosurg 21:713, 1964. Originally published in The British Medical Journal 1:1165, 1892.
  124. Horsley, V: Note on haemostasis by application of living tissue. Neurosurgical Classic XXI. J Neurosurg 21:713, 1964. Originally published in The British Medical Journal 2:8, 1914.
  125. Horwitz, NH: Charles A. Elsberg (1871-1948). Neurosurgery 40:1315, 1997.
  126. Horwitz, NH: David Ferrier. Neurosurgery 35:793, 1994.
  127. Horwitz, NH: Fedor Krause (1857-1937). Neurosurgery 38:844, 1996.
  128. Horwitz, NH: Harvey Cushing (1869-1939). Neurosurgery 39:1062, 1996.
  129. Horwitz, NH: Harvey Cushing (1869-1939). Neurosurgery 39:205, 1996.
  130. Horwitz, NH: Harvey Cushing (1869-1939). Neurosurgery 39:617, 1996.
  131. Horwitz, NH: Jean Martin Charcot (1825-1893). Neurosurgery 37:1022, 1995.
  132. Horwitz, NH: S. Weir Mitchell, MD (1829-1914). Neurosurgery 35:168 1994.
  133. Horwitz, NH: Sir Charles A. Balance (1856-1936). Neurosurgery 38:416, 1996.
  134. Horwitz, NH: Sir William Gowers (1845-1915). Neurosurgery 36:1052, 1995.
  135. Horwitz, NH: Victor Horsley. Neurosurgery 36:428, 1995.
  136. Horwitz, NH: Walter E. Dandy (1886-1946). Neurosurgery 40:642, 1997.
  137. Horwitz, NH: Walter Edward Dandy (1886-1946). Neurosurgery 40:211, 1997.
  138. Horwitz, NH: Wilder Penfield (1891-1976). Neurosurgery 41:314, 1997.
  139. Horwitz, NH: William Macewen (1848-1924). Neurosurgery 37:352, 1995.
  140. Jacobson, HG: A revisit with Leo M. Davidoff, MD - a titan of his time: some personal notes (1898-1975). Neurosurgery 13:601, 1983.
  141. Jefferson, G: Sir Hugh Cairns, 1896-1952. J Neurosurg 10:87, 1953.
  142. Jensen, RL, and Stone, JL: Benjamin Winslow Dudley and Early American Trephination for Posttraumatic Epilepsy. Neurosurgery 41:263, 1997.
  143. Jensen, RL, Stone, JL, and Hayne, RA: Introduction of the Human Horsley-Clarke Stereotactic Frame. Neurosurgery 38:563, 1996.
  144. Kahn, EA: Max Minor Peet, 1885-1949. J Neurosurg 6:265, 1949.
  145. Kaplan, HA: E. Jefferson Browder, MD, 1894-1976. J Neurosurg 45:367, 1976.
  146. Kaufman, HH, Goodrich, JT: Byron Stookey: "The Old Lion" - An Unsung Giant of Neurosurgery. Neurosurgery 40:383, 1997.
  147. Kaufman, HH: Treatment of head injuries in the American Civil War. J Neurosurg 78:838, 1993.
  148. Kelly, PJ: Neurological Surgery at New York University Medical Center. Neurosurgery 40:814, 1997.
  149. Kelly, PJ: Thoralf M. Sundt, Jr., MD, 1930-1992. J Neurosurg 78:1, 1993.
  150. Kiefer, SP, and Hlavin, ML: Harvey Cushing and Claude Beck: A Surgical Legacy. Neurosurgery 38:1223, 1996.
  151. Kikuchi, H: The Department of Neurosurgery, Kyoto University School of Medicine. Neurosurgery 38:558, 1996.
  152. King, RB: Traditions, transition, and the torch. The 1981 AANS Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 55:329, 1981.
  153. Kirkpatrick, DB: The first primary brain-tumor operation. J Neurosurg 61:809, 1984.
  154. Konovalov, AN, Yartsev, VV, and Likhterman, LB: The Burdenko Neurosurgery Institute: Past, Present, Future. Neurosurgery 40:178, 1997.
  155. Koos, WT, and Day, JD: Neurological Surgery at the University of Vienna. Neurosurgery 39:583, 1996.
  156. Krause, F: Excision of the gasserian ganglion and of the trigeminal trunk situated centrally from it. Neurosurgical Classic XIII. J Neurosurg 20:1017, 1963. Originally published in Deutsche medizineische Wochenschrift 19:341, 1893.
  157. Kucharski, A: Frontal Lobotomy in the United States, 1935-1955. Neurosurgery 14:765, 1984.
  158. Lamm, RD: Infinite Needs: Finite Resources. The 1986 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 65:435, 1986
  159. Lanzino, G, diPierro, CG, and Laws, ER: One Century after the description of the "Sign": Joseph Babinski and His Contribution to Neurosurgery. Neurosurgery 40:822, 1997.
  160. Laws, ER: Tradition in Neurosurgery: Doing Well What Has Been Done Before. 1985 CNS Presidential Address. Neurosurgery 16:739, 1985.
  161. LeBeau, J and Tavernier, JB: Clovis Vincent. His life and main contributions to neurosurgery. J Neurosurg 7:148, 1950.
  162. Lindquist, C, and Kihlström, L: Department of Neurosurgery, Karolinska Institute: 60 years. Neurosurgery 39:1016, 1996.
  163. Ljunggren, B: Herbert Olivecrona: founder of Swedish neurosurgery. J Neurosurg 78:142, 1993.
  164. Ljunggren, B: The case of General Wood. J Neurosurg 56:471, 1982.
  165. Long, DM: The Johns Hopkins Hospital. J Neurosurg 75:160, 1991.
  166. Love, JG: Neurosurgery, the public and the law. The 1961 Harvey Cushing Society Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 18:567, 1961.
  167. MacCarty, CS: Past personalities and present problems. The 1971 AANS Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 35:633, 1971.
  168. Macewen, W: Pyogenic infective diseases of the brain and spinal cord. Meningitis, abscess of brain, infective sinus thrombosis. Neurosurgical Classic IX. J Neurosurg 20:614, 1963. Originally published in Pyogenic Infective Diseases of the Brain and Spinal Cord, Meningitis, Abscess of Brain, Infective Sinus Thrombosis. J. Maclehose & Sons, 1893, 354 pp.
  169. Macewen, W: Intracranial-lesions, illustrating some points in connexion [sic] with localisation of cerebral affections and the advantages of antiseptic trephining. Neurosurgical Classic II. J Neurosurg 19:803, 1962. Originally published in The Lancet 2:581, 1881.
  170. Maroon, JC: From Icarus to Aequanimitas. 1987 CNS Presidential Address. Neurosurgery 21:2, 1987.
  171. Marston, RQ: Biomedical Research Support Today. The 1972 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 37:269, 1972
  172. Matson, DD: Franc Douglas Ingraham, 1898-1965. J Neurosurg 24:944, 1966.
  173. Mayfield, FH: A Proclamation. The 1965 Harvey Cushing Society Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 23:129, 1965.
  174. McCracken, PW: Our Underpinnings: A Bicentennial View. The 1975 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 43:515, 1975
  175. McGillicuddy J, Farhat S, and Hoff J: Richard C. Schneider, MD 19133-1986. Neurosurgery 20:65, 1987.
  176. Meacham, WF: The American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the era of issues. The 1973 AANS Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 39:555, 1973.
  177. Meirowsky, A: Eldridge Campbell, 1901-1956. J Neurosurg 14:114, 1957.
  178. Meredith, JM: Claude C. Coleman, 1879-19533. J Neurosurg 10:327, 1953.
  179. Meyers, R: William Andre Nosik, 1911-1959. J Neurosurg 17:561, 1960.
  180. Miller, JD and Steers, AJW: Surgical Neurology and Clinical Neurosciences in Edinburgh, Scotland. Neurosurgery 39:151, 1996.
  181. Millis, JS: The Paradox of Medical Practice and Medical Education. The 1969 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 31:485, 1969
  182. Mixter, WJ and Barr, JS: Rupture of the intervertebral disc with involvement of the spinal cord. Neurosurgical Classic XV. J Neurosurg 21:73, 1964.
  183. Moniz, E: Arterial Encephalography, its importance in the localization of cerebral tumors. Neurosurgical Classic XVI. J Neurosurg 21:144, 1964. Originally published in Revue neurologique 2:72, 1927.
  184. Moniz, E: Attempt at surgical treatment of certain psychoses. Neurosurgical Classic XXVI. J Neurosurg 21:1108, 1964. Originally published in Bulletin de l'Academie de Medecine, Paris 115:385, 1936.
  185. Mount, LA: Neurosurgery 1977: problems and attainments. The 1977 AANS Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 47:647, 1977.
  186. Mount, LA: Peru and neurosurgery on Project Hope. J Neurosurg 20:512, 1963.
  187. Munro, D: Gilbert Horrax, 1887-1957. J Neurosurg 15:2334, 1958.
  188. Murphey, F: Neurosurgery in American medical schools. The 1966 Harvey Cushing Society Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 26:289, 1967.
  189. Naffziger, HC: A method of the localization of brain tumors - the pineal shift. Neurosurgical Classic XXIX. J Neurosurg 22:196, 1965. Originally published in Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics 40:481, 1925.
  190. Odom, GL: Barnes Woodhall, MD, 1905-1985. J Neurosurg 63:483, 1985.
  191. Odom, GL: Neurological surgery in our changing times. The 1972 AANS Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 37:255, 1972.
  192. Olivecrona, H: Olof Sojoqvist, 1901-1954. J Neurosurg 12:198, 1955.
  193. Oppenheim, JS: Neurosurgery at the Mount Sinai Hospital. J Neurosurg 80:935, 1994.
  194. Pait, TG, et al: The History of the Neurosurgical Engine. Neurosurgery 28:111, 1991.
  195. Paoletti, P: Harvey Cushing and the Riva-Rocci instrument for measuring blood pressure. Letter. J Neurosurg 68:987, 1988.
  196. Parkinson, D: Howard Renninger Erb, 1914-1953. J Neurosurg 11:330, 1954.
  197. Parkinson, D: Early history of neurosurgery in Manitoba: threads in the tapestry of world neurosurgery. J Neurosurg 82: 900, 1995.
  198. Patterson, RH: A code of ethics. The 1986 AANS Presidential Address. J Neurosurg 65:271, 1986.
  199. Patterson, RH: Bronson Sands Ray, 1904-1993. J Neurosurg 80:605, 1994.
  200. Peipmeier, JM, Collins WF, Spencer, DD: Yale Neurosurgery Program. Neurosurgery 36:146, 1996.
  201. Pellegrino, ED: The Common Devotion - Cushing's Legacy and Medical Ethics. The 1983 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 59:567, 1983
  202. Penfield, W: Lights in the Great Darkness. The 1971 Cushing Oration. J Neurosurg 35:377, 1971
  203. Penfield, W: The cerebral cortex and consciousness. Neurosurgical Classic XXX. J Neurosurg 22:201, 1965. Originally published in The Harvey Lectures, 35, 1937.
  204. Petit-Dutaillis, D: Anthony Chipault: 1866-1920. J Neurosurg 9:299, 1952.
  205. Pevehouse, BC: Edwin Barkley Boldrey, MD, 1906-1988. J Neurosurg 69:813, 1988.
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