Resection of the Superior Longitudinal Sinus

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    MacLean, A. R. Primary thrombosis of the superior longitudinal sinus with chronic obstruction. Thesis, Graduate School of Univ. Minn., 1937. (Not published) MacLean, A. R. Primary thrombosis of the superior longitudinal sinus with chronic obstruction. Thesis, Graduate School of Univ. Minn., 1937. (Not published)

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    Sargent, P. Some points in the anatomy of the intra-cranial blood-sinuses. J. Anat., Lond., 1911, 45: 6972.Sargent, P. Some points in the anatomy of the intra-cranial blood-sinuses. J. Anat., Lond., 1911, 45: 69–72.

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