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E. Harry Botterell: A Series of Papers Commemorating his Life and Contributions*

  • Stanley W. Schatz (a1), T.P. Morley (a2), J.F. Ross Fleming (a2), William O. Geisler (a3), Charles H. Tator (a4), Ronald R. Tasker (a2), F. Gentili (a4), Stuart L. Vandewater (a5) and William M. Lougheed (a4)...
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These papers were presented at The Toronto Hospital on November 17, 1997 at a special program dedicated to the life and contributions of E.H. Botterell held during the 1997 E.H. Botterell Visiting Professorship in the Division of Neurosurgery, University of Toronto.

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E. Harry Botterell: A Series of Papers Commemorating his Life and Contributions*

  • Stanley W. Schatz (a1), T.P. Morley (a2), J.F. Ross Fleming (a2), William O. Geisler (a3), Charles H. Tator (a4), Ronald R. Tasker (a2), F. Gentili (a4), Stuart L. Vandewater (a5) and William M. Lougheed (a4)...

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