Harvey Cushing will remain forever ensconced in surgical memory as the visionary who established contemporary neurosurgery.
Raised in Cleveland in a middle-class family with a medical background, he gave little indication early of his later prowess.
A college education at Yale University yielded a modest performance, although he showed somewhat better promise as a medical student at Harvard University.
During his surgical training at the Johns Hopkins Medical School, he emerged as a bright, industrious young man with a glint of steel to his intellect.
Mots-clés Pascal : Article synthèse, Chirurgien, Neurologie, Harvey Cushing
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Review, Surgeon, Neurology
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