Neurosurgery's man of the century: Harvey Cushing--the man and his legacy.
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Nov 01, 1999
There is overwhelming consensus that Harvey Cushing represents the neurosurgeon of the century, at least for the first half of the 20th century. This article explores a variety of factors that led to his preeminent position in the specialty of neurological surgery.
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