Electrically Induced Thrombosis in Intracranial Aneurysms

S. Mullan M.D.1, A. J. Raimondi M.D.1, G. Dobben M.D.1, G. Vailati M.D.1, and J. Hekmatpanah M.D.1
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  • 1 Division of Neurological Surgery and Department of Radiology, University of Chicago Clinics and Hospitals, Chicago, Illinois
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    Mullan, S., , Beckman, F., and & Vailati, G. Simplified thrombosis of a large hypertrophic hemangioma of the scalp. J. Neurosurg., 1964, 21: 6872.Mullan, S., Beckman, F., and Vailati, G. Simplified thrombosis of a large hypertrophic hemangioma of the scalp. J. Neurosurg., 1964, 21: 68–72.

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    Mullan, S., , Beckman, F., , Vailati, G., , Karasick, G., and & Dobben, G. An experimental approach to the problem of cerebral aneurysm. J. Neurosurg., 1964, 21: 838845.Mullan, S., Beckman, F., Vailati, G., Karasick, G., and Dobben, G. An experimental approach to the problem of cerebral aneurysm. J. Neurosurg., 1964, 21: 838–845.

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