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✓ Preparation for surgical care of the wounded in a two-theater war was extensive and skillfully organized by Michael DeBakey, one of the prime advisors to the Surgeon General of the Army, and by his colleague, Eli Ginzberg, Ph.D. Some of the ways in which this organization was carried out are described.

Although the number of neurosurgeons who can recall any involvement of neurosurgery in World War II is diminishing, there remain a significant number who do remember such involvement, many of whom have helped to provide information for this article.

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Perspective on Neurosurgery

Presidential Address

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Donald Darrow Matson

November 28, 1913–May 10, 1969

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✓ The Journal of Neurosurgery, begun in 1944, has successfully fulfilled the purposes of its founders. During the 50 years of its existence it has remained pre-eminent in its field, while evolving in presentation, size, and content in response to the needs of succeeding generations of neurosurgeons and allied specialists. This article draws from the memories of many people, from the minutes of meetings of the Editorial Board, and from reports of successive editors, and touches on some of the knotty problems faced by those dedicated individuals.

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✓ In his presidential address to the Society of Neurological Surgeons, the author commemorates a previous president of the society, Dr. Kenneth G. McKenzie, by relating reminiscences of his own and anecdotes told by colleagues and former residents of Dr. McKenzie.

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