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Henry Ford Hospital Medical Journal

Authors

J. DeWitt Fox

Abstract

A profile of this famed neurosurgeon is presented with human interest anecdotes collected primarily from his residents, the men who knew him best. The major contributions from his hand included not only new operations, diagnostic ventriculography and pneumoencephalography, but also 769 outstanding papers and five books, the last, a monumental work of 600 pages, "The Brain," which is the section on brain in Lewis' "Practice of Surgery."

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