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AANS Neurosurgeon | Volume 26, Number 2, 2017

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Start, Finish, Evolution

Start, Finish, Evolution

Deborah L. Benzil, MD, FAANS | Departments | Editorial License

In January 2017, I had the distinct pleasure and challenge of completing a strenuous hike through the wilds of Patagonia. The hikes totaled more than 100 miles over two weeks through unrivaled and other-worldly scenery. …

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Projecting the Present Into the Future: Evolution of Neurosurgical Education

Projecting the Present Into the Future: Evolution of Neurosurgical Education

Tyler J. Kenning, MD, FAANS; A. John Popp, MD, FAANS(L); Alan S. Boulos, MD, FAANS | Features

 “The principal means of projecting the present into the future is by training those who will follow.”                                                                         -William J. German, MD                             …

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Counterpoint: Pitfalls of Technology in Neurosurgery

Counterpoint: Pitfalls of Technology in Neurosurgery

Jamie S. Ullman, MD, FAANS | Features

Pitfalls of technology? Perhaps this counterpoint is a losing argument, for in the last 50 years, neurosurgery has been greatly impacted by technology. The microscope added new dimension to operating on small structures, such as …

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AANS Presidential Address: A World of Innovation

AANS Presidential Address: A World of Innovation

AANS Neurosurgeon | Departments | Timeline

The 2017 AANS presidential address was delivered by Frederick A. Boop, MD, FAANS, and was themed around "A World of Innovation." During his speech, Dr. Boop discussed how the historical development and evolution of neurosurgery …

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Calendar/Courses

15th Annual WCIRDC California
Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 2017; Universal City, Calif.

Miami Brain Symposium
Dec. 1, 2017; Coral Gables, FL

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