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From time to time you will see us promote items on Neurosurgery Blog in order to spotlight some great things which are born out of the many individuals who work on behalf of organized neurosurgery. For our post today we … Continue reading
Guest post from Brent R. O’Neill, MD Pediatric Neurosurgeon University of Colorado, Children’s Hospital Colorado Aurora, CO A retired pro-linebacker, an army general, a cable news personality, and a neurosurgeon walk into a bar . . . Actually, on May … Continue reading
Carlos A. David, MD, FAANS Associate Professor of Neurosurgery, Tufts University School of Medicine Director of Cerebrovascular and Skull Base Surgery, Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Burlington, MA It is shortly after midnight, April 17, 1961. The paratroopers of “A” … Continue reading