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. Restarski Captain Winchell McK. Craig January 1944 1 1 67 75 10.3171/jns.1944.1.1.0067 The Chemotherapy of Intracranial Infections Cobb Pilcher William F. Meacham January 1944 1 1 76 81 10.3171/jns.1944.1.1.0076 J Neurosurg Journal of Neurosurgery 0022-3085 Journal of Neurosurgery Publishing Group 1 1 1944 January 1944 1 1 10.3171/jns.1944.1.issue-1

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Gilbert Horrax

T o the older group of neurological surgeons in this country and abroad and to many members of the Society which is sponsoring the Journal of Neurosurgery , the name of Harvey Cushing has stood for a large proportion of the advances which have been made in this specialty since the time, some fifty years ago, when Sir Victor Horsley may be said to have established it as a separate branch of surgery. Indeed, a large number of those practicing neurosurgery today had the privilege of seeing Dr. Cushing at work, of hearing many of his addresses to medical

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-Central Cortex Lt. Colonel C. G. de Gutiérrez-Mahoney March 1944 1 2 156 162 10.3171/jns.1944.1.2.0156 J Neurosurg Journal of Neurosurgery 0022-3085 Journal of Neurosurgery Publishing Group 1 3 1944 March 1944 1 2 10.3171/jns.1944.1.issue-2

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Nerves with Elastic Cuffs of Tantalum Paul Weiss May 1944 1 3 219 225 10.3171/jns.1944.1.3.0219 J Neurosurg Journal of Neurosurgery 0022-3085 Journal of Neurosurgery Publishing Group 1 5 1944 May 1944 1 3 10.3171/jns.1944.1.issue-3

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British Medical Journal (11 Dec., 1943) and the Lancet (11 Dec., 1943), and the War Office, through the courtesy of Major-General L. T. Poole, Director of Pathology of the R.A.M.C., has given the Journal of Neurosurgery authorization to give the report detailed notice. Readers of the Journal will be especially interested in the sections of the report dealing with head injuries, and the editors have pleasure in being able to make these available with certain minor omissions. The material which follows appears as Section 32 (pp. 97–105) under the title “A

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.1.4.0265 The Differential Diagnosis of Intraspinal Tumors and Protruded Intervertebral Disks and Their Surgical Treatment J. Grafton Love July 1944 1 4 275 290 10.3171/jns.1944.1.4.0275 Intelligence Following Prefrontal Lobotomy in Obsessive Tension States James W. Watts Walter Freeman July 1944 1 4 291 296 10.3171/jns.1944.1.4.0291 J Neurosurg Journal of Neurosurgery 0022-3085 Journal of Neurosurgery Publishing Group 1 7 1944 July 1944 1 4 10.3171/jns.1944.1.issue-4

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.1944.1.5.0338 J Neurosurg Journal of Neurosurgery 0022-3085 Journal of Neurosurgery Publishing Group 1 9 1944 September 1944 1 5 10.3171/jns.1944.1.issue-5

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Edgar F. Fincher, Bronson S. Ray, Harold J. Stewart, Edgar F. Fincher, T. C. Erickson, L. W. Paul, Franc D. Ingraham, Orville T. Bailey, Frank E. Nulsen, James W. Watts, Walter Freeman, C. G. de Gutiérrez-Mahoney, Frank Turnbull, Carl F. List, William J. German, A. Earl Walker, J. Grafton Love, Francis C. Grant, I. M. Tarlov, Thomas I. Hoen and Rupert B. Raney

operate on a few of these patients with Dr. Ober. Dr. Ober was enthusiastic and with his usual skill was able to suggest some improvements which have made it a much better procedure. The fusion requires only a few minutes in addition to removal of the disc, and although we have been doing this operation for only a little over a year I have a distinct impression that the results are better. Dr. Wallace B. Hamby : My results of operations on discs have been published in the March issue of the Journal of Neurosurgery and I won't take time to discuss them. I know from

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Hemostats in Craniotomies F. Adrian Kantrowitz November 1944 1 6 392 392 10.3171/jns.1944.1.6.0392 Mechanism of Head Injury as Studied by the Cathode Ray Oscilloscope Preliminary Report E. S. Gurdjian H. R. Lissner November 1944 1 6 393 399 10.3171/jns.1944.1.6.0393 The Technology of Nerve Regeneration: a Review. Sutureless Tubulation and Related Methods of Nerve Repair Paul Weiss November 1944 1 6 400 450 10.3171/jns.1944.1.6.0400 J Neurosurg Journal of Neurosurgery 0022-3085 Journal of Neurosurgery Publishing Group

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Orville T. Bailey and Franc D. Ingraham

the fibrosarcomas were confined to the dura and did not extend into the brain substance, injury to intracerebral tissues was present only when secondary damage due to increased intracranial pressure had taken place. Case 1. Increased intracranial pressure from 3 months of age; at 5½ years, asymmetry of head. Exploration—diffuse, saccular tumor of dura. Histology—fibrosarcoma. Temporary improvement with roentgen therapy. Death 3 months after operation . [ Note: A brief report of this patient has been published in the Journal of Neurosurgery 11 in reference to