My memories of Japanese pediatric neurosurgery
At the end of World War II, medical students in Japan knew that the United States of America were the world leaders in medical science, and they dreamed of establishing such a rational and pragmatic brand of medicine in their own country. As the number of motor vehicle accidents increased in paralle...
|Published in:||Child's Nervous System, Vol. 13, No. 8/9 (1997), p. 448-453|
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