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1934

see 1933 - 1935

In 1934 at the University of Basel under Eugen Ludwig, Josef Klingler developed a new method of dissection based on a freezing technique for brain tissue that eloquently revealed the white matter tracts.


William Jason Mixter and Joseph S. Barr developed lumbar laminectomy in 1934.


Walter Edward Dandy is credited with the first accurate diagnosis and successful removal of a Brainstem cavernous malformation in 1934, but few cases were documented in the following decades because neurosurgeons considered intervention too dangerous 1).

Publications

Torkildsen A. The Gross Anatomy of the Lateral Ventricles. J Anat. 1934 Jul;68(Pt 4):480-91. PubMed PMID: 17104497; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC1249003 2).

1)
Voigt K, Yaşargil MG: Cerebral cavernous haemangiomas or cavernomas. Incidence, pathology, localization, diagnosis, clinical features and treatment. Review of the literature and report of an unusual case. Neurochirurgia (Stuttg) 19:59– 68, 1976
2)
Torkildsen A. The Gross Anatomy of the Lateral Ventricles. J Anat. 1934 Jul;68(Pt 4):480-91. PubMed PMID: 17104497; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC1249003.
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