Harvey Cushing

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United States neurologist noted for his study of the brain and pituitary gland and who identified Cushing's syndrome (1869-1939)

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The making of a neurosurgeon: Harvey Cushing, Halstedian technique, and the birth of a specialty.
at 267 (where American doctor Harvey Cushing gives his observations on the war at Ypres, Belgium); see also id.
Pro: Michael Bliss, Canada's leading medical historian, is the author of The Discovery of Insulin and biographies of Frederick Banting, William Osler, and Harvey Cushing.
But it was only partly a joke, for his first love remained medical history, producing in two decades extensive studies of the discovery of insulin as well as the story of the Montreal smallpox epidemic, and internationally acclaimed biographies of Frederick Banting, William Osler and Harvey Cushing, as well as a shorter overview on The Making of Modern Medicine.
What Harvey Cushing said in the 19th century--"Three-fifths of the practice of medicine depends on common sense, knowledge of people and of human reactions"--is still true in the high-tech 21st century.
The American surgeon, Harvey Cushing, witnessed a demonstration of the Riva-Rocci cuff in Italy and bought one back to the John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore (4).
En los primeros anos del siglo XX, el doctor Harvey Cushing (1869-1939) fundo la especialidad de neurocirugia en Estados Unidos.
En el pasado siglo; Harvey Cushing, publica su monografia "Meningiomas", incluyendo diferentes tipos patologicos de tumores cerebrales originados de las meninges, bajo este unico descriptor, lo que constituyo sin dudas uno de sus mayores aportes a la neurocirugia (5).
There's devil's work going around Ypres, wrote Harvey Cushing, an American doctor who was working in a hospital in Paris, France, in 1915.
The syndrome is named after Mr Harvey Cushing, an American surgeon who first described it in the 1920s.