Meningiomas their classification, regional behaviour, life history and surgical end results
Springfield Ill, Baltimore, Maryland: Charles C. Thomas, 1938. 8vo. xiv, 785,  pp. xiv, 785,  pp. FIRST EDITION. With colored frontispiece and more than 600 text illustrations. Modern black cloth binding with library call number on spine and barcode on back cover, corners slightly bumped; text is clean and bright. A very good copy from the Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library. Item #15010
First edition of one of Dr. Cushing’s greatest clinical monographs, prepared with the collaboration of Dr. Eisenhardt. This work represents 25 years of work as a clinician. His extensive case records and photographs, his unusual artistic ability evidenced in his numerous operative sketches, resulted in one of the most comprehensive works on intracranial meningiomas. The bibliography at the end is excellent and comprehensive.
Cushing (1869-1939), professor of surgery at Johns Hopkins and at Harvard University Medical School, was the outstanding neurological surgeon of his time.
Eisenhardt (1891-1966), assistant professor of pathology at Yale University School of Medicine, as a brilliant neuropathologist, and devoted friend and colleague to Dr. Cushing.