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Shoji Ishimori Mitsuo Hattori Yoshiyuki Shibata Hisao Shizawa Ryozo Fujinaga October 1967 27 4 315 319 10.3171/jns.1967.27.4.0315 Somatotopic Representation of the Respiratory Pathways in the Cervical Cord of Man Edward Hitchcock B. Leece October 1967 27 4 320 329 10.3171/jns.1967.27.4.0320 Micro-Neurosurgery for Aneurysms of the Vertebral-Basilar Artery System Robert W. Rand Peter J. Jannetta October 1967 27 4 330 335 10.3171/jns.1967.27.4.0330 Calcifications in the Intracranial Arachnoid Ove Hassler October 1967 27 4 336 345 10.3171/jns.1967

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Robert W. Rand and Peter J. Jannetta

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Peter D. Moyes

. Ligation of basilar artery in treatment of an aneurysm at the basilar-artery bifurcation. J. Neurosurg. , 1962, 19: 167–170. 12. Rand , R. W. , Jannetta , P. J. Micro-neurosurgery for aneurysms of the vertebralbasilar artery system. J. Neurosurg. , 1967 , 27 : 330 – 335 . Rand , R. W., Jannetta , P. J. Micro-neurosurgery for aneurysms of the vertebralbasilar artery system. J. Neurosurg. , 1967, 27: 330–335. 13. Turnbull , I. Agenesis of the internal carotid artery. Neurology, Minneap. , 1962

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R. M. Crowell and M. G. Yasargil

. J. Cardiov. Surg. , 1962 , 3 : 195 – 200 . Man , B., and Kohn , Z. Experiments on the anastomosis of small vessels. J. Cardiov. Surg. , 1962, 3: 195–200. 22. Pool , J. L. , and Colton , R. P. The dissecting microscope for intracranial vascular surgery. J. Neurosurg. , 1966 , 25 : 315 – 318 . Pool , J. L., and Colton , R. P. The dissecting microscope for intracranial vascular surgery. J. Neurosurg. , 1966, 25: 315–318. 23. Rand , R. W. , and Jannetta , P. J. Microneurosurgery for

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Wolff M. Kirsch, Demoy Schulz, Paul Nakane, Robert Lasher and Tadami Yamamoto

. This innovation in cellular “microneurosurgery” enables a unique quantitative cytochemical and morphological reappraisal of nuclear function in normal and malignant glial tissue. The results of preliminary experiments with these nuclear and chromosomal preparations are described. Method A complete description of the method as applied to tissues other than brain (cell culture included) has been given in a previous publication. 16 All nonaqueous subcellular fractionation procedures for nuclei are basically the same, and consist of: 1) tissue freezing and

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Subdivision of the trigeminal sensory root

Experimental study in the monkey

W. Frank Emmons and Albert L. Rhoton Jr.

Neurophysiol 5: 465–482, 1942 6. Jannetta PJ , Rand RW : Transtentorial retrogasserian rhizotomy in trigeminal neuralgia , in: Rand RW (ed): Microneurosurgery. St Louis , C V Mosby Co , 1969 , pp 156 – 169 Jannetta PJ, Rand RW: Transtentorial retrogasserian rhizotomy in trigeminal neuralgia, in: Rand RW (ed): Microneurosurgery. St Louis, C V Mosby Co, 1969, pp 156–169 7. Kerr FWL : Atypical facial neuralgias: their mechanism as inferred from anatomic and physiologic data. Proc Staff Meet Mayo

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Past personalities and present problems

The 1971 AANS presidential address

Collin S. MacCarty

certain that in several sectors these questions are being considered. We all know that the field of microneurosurgery is rapidly expanding. Now, shall we say that microneurosurgery is in fact a new specialty or only a manifestation of adaptation of a new tool, reminiscent of the Bovie unit introduced by Dr. Cushing in 1927? 8 Stereotaxic surgery is another ramification in the field which is well established. Should not it be incorporated under the aegis of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons? There may be other areas of endeavor, especially in

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J. Lawrence Pool

–73, 1970 23. VanderArk GD , Kempe LC : Classification of anterior communicating aneurysms as a basis for surgical approach. J Neurosurg 32 : 300 – 303 , 1970 VanderArk GD, Kempe LC: Classification of anterior communicating aneurysms as a basis for surgical approach. J Neurosurg 32: 300–303, 1970 24. Yasargil MG : Discussion at Symposium on Microneurosurgery , Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York , June 17–18 , 1970 Yasargil MG: Discussion at Symposium on Microneurosurgery, Mt. Sinai Hospital, New

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Robert M. Crowell and Yngve Olsson

): Clinical Microneurosurgery. Springfield, Ill , Charles C Thomas (In press) Crowell RM, Yaşargil MG: End-to-side anastomosis of superficial temporal artery to middle cerebral artery branch in the dog, in Tew JM, Dunsker SB, Yaşargil MG, et al (eds): Clinical Microneurosurgery. Springfield, Ill, Charles C Thomas (In press) 4. Cyrus AE Jr , Close AS , Foster LL , et al : Effect of low molecular weight dextran on infarction after experimental occlusion of the middle cerebral artery. Surgery 52 : 25 – 31 , 1962

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Joseph C. Maroon, Esther Roberts, Mitsuo Numoto and R. M. Peardon Donaghy

essential in performing microvascular surgery and emphasizes various methods for reducing their cost. Instrumentation Instruments Adopted for Microsurgery The basic instruments used routinely in this laboratory during the past 11 years are illustrated in Figs 1 – 3 (also see cover ). Excellent descriptions of most of these including the bipolar coagulator may be found in texts on microneurosurgery. 2, 5, 6 Several, however, require additional comments. Fig. 1. 1) Bayonet forceps. 2) Self-constructed bayonet forceps for bipolar coagulation. 3) Dumont