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Tumors Arising from the Blood Vessels of the Brain. Angiomatous Malformations and Hemangioblastomas.

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By Cushing Harvey. , Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School and Surgeon-in-Chief, The Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston; and Bailey Percipal. , Formerly Associate in Surgery, The Peter Bent Brigham Hospital and Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Chicago. 219 pages, 150 illustrations. Charles C. Thomas; , Springfield, Illinois and Baltimore, Maryland: , 1928.. Price in cloth. $7.50.

Ann Intern Med. 1929;2(11):1232. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-2-11-1232_1
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This is a clinicopathological study in which experimentation plays no part. The pathological specimens on which it is based have been in process of collection over a period of nearly twenty-five years. It was begun at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and has been continued at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. Although in Cushing's experience the hemangiomas of the brain are in proportion to other intracranial tumors as only two to one hundred, the clearing up of some of the obscurities of a minor group of tumors may sometimes indirectly throw unexpected light on the whole. The book treats in Part


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