Meningiomas Diagnostic and Therapeutic Problems Multiple Sclerosis Misdiagnosis Forensic Problems in Neurosurgery

  • Editors
  • W. Klug
  • M. Brock
  • M. Klinger
  • O. Spoerri
Conference proceedings

Part of the Advances in Neurosurgery book series (NEURO, volume 2)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XX
  2. Meningiomas

    1. Front Matter
      Pages XXI-XXI
    2. K. J. Zülch, H. D. Mennel
      Pages 3-11
    3. J. Cervós-Navarro, L. F. Martins, M. C. Lazaro
      Pages 12-22
    4. W. Ischebeck, A. Castro, I. Kuske
      Pages 45-47
    5. H. Abtahi
      Pages 48-50
    6. D. Stöwsand
      Pages 51-54
    7. W. Krenkel, R. A. Frowein
      Pages 55-59
    8. E. Halves, H. Vogt
      Pages 60-61
    9. W. Th. Koos, G. Kletter, H. Schuster, A. Perneczky
      Pages 62-67
    10. E. W. Kienecker, K. Piscol, H. Artmann, M. Shaaban
      Pages 68-74
    11. D. Kirchhoff
      Pages 79-84
    12. R. A. Frowein
      Pages 108-115
    13. G. Pendl
      Pages 121-124
  3. Multiple Sclerosis

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 125-125
    2. J. Pfeiffer
      Pages 127-144
    3. G. Lausberg, E. Farhoumand, H. Collmann, N. Nicola, H. Waldbaur, P. Dragoun et al.
      Pages 169-182
    4. H. Kuhlendahl, W. Ischebeck
      Pages 183-190
    5. W. Entzian, F. Gullotta, H. Vahar-Matiar
      Pages 198-200
    6. J. Bockhorn
      Pages 208-214
    7. C. Lopez-Brugos
      Pages 227-229
    8. M. Nadjmi, M. Ratzka, G. Moissl
      Pages 250-256
    9. K.-H. Holbach, H. Wassmann, K. L. Hohelüchter, D. Linke, B. Ziemann
      Pages 262-267
    10. D. Linke, K.-H. Holbach, H. Wassmann, K. L. Hohelüchter
      Pages 268-271
  4. Forensic Problems in Neurosurgery

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 273-273

About these proceedings


On this occasion we look back on 25 years of the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Neuro­ chirurgie. They hold a great deal: founding and development of the society, comple­ tion and extension, communication between the individual members and contacts to other societies beyond our borders. They also stand for close co-operation with those who transfer their patients to u- the neurologists and specialists in internal medicine, the ophthalmologists and ear­ nose-and throat specialists as well as the general surgeons. This 25th annual meeting will deal with two examples of diseases that present common problems to the neurologist and to the neurosurgeon, namely meningiomas and multiple sclerosis. In view of their long histories often going back over many years, both of these lesions lead to diagnostic errors and indequate treatment. And yet it should be possible to recognize meningiomas at an early date and to initiate the only possible treatment, the operation,if all diagnostic measures are repeatedly carried out. The diagnosis MS, on the other hand, with the multiplicity of symptoms which are peculiar to this disease, should continue to be re-examined until every other lesion has been excluded with certainty. The increasing number of legal proceedings because of diagnostic and therapeutic measures as well as the doctor-patient talk preceding the written consent for these measures are further problems in need of discussion. For this reason, the topic "medical liability in special reference to the neurosurgeon" was chosen for this meeting. Many questions necessitate many answers.


Fehldiagnose Meningeom Multiple Sklerose Neurochirurgie glioma microsurgery neuropathology neurosurgery

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1975
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-07237-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-66118-1
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-2366
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