Excerpt from The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 1901, Vol. 122
Remarks. In an elaborate paper presented at the International Medical Congress in Berlin, in 1890, but of which only a resume was read and published, I collected all the cases then recorded in which the lateral ventricle had been opened. Unfortunately, although I handed it in person to the secretary of the surgical section, it was lost, and I had no Copy. I have never been able to spare the time to rewrite it. At the time I was greatly surprised to find that that which had usually been considered a fatal accident was, relatively speaking, harmless.
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