Present knowledge of the structure, function and pathology of the brain provides a better understanding of the events which lead to postoperative failures in the intracranial surgery of acoustic tumors. Part one of Dr. Bebin's presentation appeared in Volume 16, No. 1 — the Spring issue. In this second part, special reference is made to vascular and respiratory changes and to disturbances of consciousness.
"The Cerebellopontile Angle, The Blood Supply of the Brain Stem and the Reticular Formation — Part II: Anatomical and Functional Correlations Relevant to Surgery of Acoustic Tumors,"
Henry Ford Hospital Medical Journal
: Vol. 16
Available at: https://scholarlycommons.henryford.com/hfhmedjournal/vol16/iss2/9