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AANS Neurosurgeon | Volume 25, Number 4, 2016

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Neurosurgical Subspecialization

Neurosurgical Subspecialization

Aruna Ganju, MD, FAANS | Practice Management

The decades-old issue and debate in regards to neurosurgical subspecialization is paradoxical: the specialty arose as an offspring of the field of general surgery. As such, William S. Halsted’s disciple, Harvey Cushing, with a general …

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The Simple Things

The Simple Things

Kathryn Ko, MD, MFA, FAANS | The Neurosurgeon's Studio

My pencil drawing displays the elemental tools of both surgery and art. The hand is the common denominator: whether wielding a pencil or a scalpel, it leaves a mark. One is used to depict the …

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Coding New Territory

Coding New Territory

Antonios Mammis, MD | Coding Clarity

Most of us are quite comfortable with the coding aspects of our individual practices. Every now and again, though, unusual circumstances may lead to unique opportunities, a call to rise above and beyond or perhaps …

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The Special Field of Neurological Surgery

The Special Field of Neurological Surgery

Michael Schulder, MD, FAANS | Editorial License

Some readers may recognize the above title as that of an article published by Harvey Cushing in the Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1905. In the U.S., at least, (and arguably no less …

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