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Pain “Relief” by Frontal Cingulumotomy Eldon L. Foltz Lowell E. White Jr. February 1962 19 2 89 100 10.3171/jns.1962.19.2.0089 Long-Range Results in the Treatment of Intractable Pain by Stereotaxic Midbrain Surgery Henry T. Wycis E. A. Spiegel February 1962 19 2 101 107 10.3171/jns.1962.19.2.0101 Microsurgery as an Aid to Middle Cerebral Artery Endarterectomy Julius H. Jacobson II Lester J. Wallman George A. Schumacher Martin Flanagan Ernesto L. Suarez R. M. Peardon Donaghy February

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Julius H. Jacobson II, Lester J. Wallman, George A. Schumacher, Martin Flanagan, Ernesto L. Suarez and R. M. Peardon Donaghy

. Experimental surgical contributions to clinical surgery. Lippincott's med. Sci. , 1961, 10: 697–712. 6. Jacobson , J. H. , II , and Suarez , E. L. Microsurgery in anastomosis of small vessels. Surg. Forum , 1960 , 11 : 243 – 245 . Jacobson , J. H., II, and Suarez , E. L. Microsurgery in anastomosis of small vessels. Surg. Forum , 1960, 11: 243–245. 7. Jacobson , J. H. , II , and Suarez , E. L. Microvascular surgery. Dis. Chest. (In press) Jacobson , J. H., II

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Charles A. Carton, Milton D. Heifetz and Laibe A. Kessler

. Vessel repair with plastic avoids suture. Med. Trib. , Jan. 8 , 1962 , 3 : 1 ; 24. Clark , R. L., Jr. , Healey , J. E., Jr. , Gallager , H. S., Sheena , K. S., and Moore , E. B. Vessel repair with plastic avoids suture. Med. Trib. , Jan. 8, 1962, 3: 1; 24. 8. Donaghy , R. M. P. , Jacobson , J. H. , Wallman , L. J. , Flanagan , M. E. , and Mackay , A. G. Microsurgery. A neurological aid. IInd int. Congr. neurol. Surg. (Washington, D. C). Excerpta med. , 1961

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Shelley N. Chou

Starr valve for severe mitral insufficiency has been reported with a brief discussion relative to the management. References 1. French , L. A. Personal communication. French , L. A. Personal communication. 2. Jacobson , J. H. II , Wallman , L. J. , Schumacher , G. A. , Flanagan , M. , Suarez , E. L. , and Donaghy , R. M. P. Microsurgery as an aid to middle cerebral artery endarterectomy. J. Neurosurg. , 1962 , 19 : 108 – 114 . Jacobson , J

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Maitland Baldwin, A. K. Ommaya, Robert Farrier and Frances MacDonald

fashionable techniques of “microsurgery”. This basic technique and the adherence to the midline in dissection probably account for the relative impunity with which the total procedure was accomplished in each case. The first stage of the operative technique (callosal section) is reminiscent of Van Wagenen's 23 operation for tumors of the third ventricle. This section certainly provides an excellent view of the walls, floor, and contents of the third ventricle. The ease of section (when undertaken with precautions for reduction of intracranial pressure) suggests that it

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D. R. Simmons, H. D. Portnoy and E. S. Gurdjian

. , Schumacher , G. A. , Flanagan , M. , Suarez , E. L. , and Donaghy , R. M. P. Microsurgery as an aid to middle cerebral artery endarterectomy. J. Neurosurg. , 1962 , 19 : 108 – 114 . Jacboson , J. H. II, Wallman , L. J., Schumacher , G. A., Flanagan , M., Suarez , E. L., and Donaghy , R. M. P. Microsurgery as an aid to middle cerebral artery endarterectomy. J. Neurosurg. , 1962, 19: 108–114. 5. Scheibert , C. D. Surgical excision of occlusive lesions of the middle cerebral artery

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John Shillito Jr.

. Humphrey , J. G., and Newton , T. H. Internal carotid occlusion in young adults. Brain , 1960, 83: 565–578. 21. Jacobson , J. H. II, Wallman , L. J. , Schumacher , G. A. , Flanagan , M. , Suarez , E. L. , and Donaghy , R. M. P. Microsurgery as an aid to middle cerebral artery endarterectomy. J. Neurosurg. , 1962 , 19 : 108 – 114 . Jacobson , J. H. II, Wallman , L. J., Schumacher , G. A., Flanagan , M., Suarez , E. L., and Donaghy , R. M. P. Microsurgery as an aid to

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Ghahreman Khodadad and William M. Lougheed

. Mersilene, 15 Nylon, 15 autogenous artery, 15 autogenous vein, 15 autogenous fascia, 15 Dacron, 15 Teflon 47 (and present authors) II. Repair of a divided artery A) Suturing technique Suture (including suture plus adherent synthetic resins, 59 and microsurgery 36 ) B) Nonsuturing technique, which may be divided into the following 3 groups: a) Prosthesis technique Hourglass-shaped tube 1 Ivory prosthesis 49 Absorbable magnesium prosthesis 50 Bone prosthesis 39 Goose quills 4

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Embolization Alone Edward R. Lang Paul C. Bucy April 1965 22 4 387 392 10.3171/jns.1965.22.4.0387 Inflammatory Spondylitis Barbara Mella April 1965 22 4 393 396 10.3171/jns.1965.22.4.0393 A New Clip for Surgery of Intracranial and Small Blood Vessels William M. Lougheed Ghahreman Khodadad April 1965 22 4 397 398 10.3171/jns.1965.22.4.0397 Translabyrinthine Microsurgery for Acoustic Neuromas Ernest Sachs Jr. April 1965 22 4 399 401 10.3171/jns.1965.22.4.0399 An Appraisal of the Transtemporal Approach in Acoustic Neuroma Surgery Wesley H. Bradley

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Ernest Sachs Jr.

.1 — — — 82 7.3 — — — 41 2.4 — — — Horrax & Poppen 6 72 11.1 — — — McKenzie & Alexander 11 66 12.1 — — — House 7 40 5 27 3.5 — Mayfield 12 21 4.7 — — — Pool 13 24 4.2 21 14 MacCarty et al. 10 97 12.6 45 7.7 — Microsurgery Through the Posterior Fossa Drs. Theodore Kurze and Robert Rand showed a movie of the suboccipital total removal of an acoustic neuroma using the operating microscope and high-speed diamond dental drills for the