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James Watson Kernohan - bibliography

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Biography

Irish-American pathologist, born 1897, Moyasset, Antrim County, Ireland; died 1981.

Bibliography

  • J. W. Kernohan and George Pomeroy Sayre (born 1911):
    Tumors of the central nervous system.
    Washington, D.C. : Armed Forces Institute of Pathology; sold by American Registry of Pathology, 1952. 129 pages. In the series: Atlas of tumor pathology; fascicles 35 and 37 (these were combined and published in one volume).
  • J. W. Kernohan and Alfred Uihlein (born 1908):
    Sarcomas of the brain. Springfield, Illinois : Thomas, 1962. 192 pages.
    In the series: Carl Vernon Weller lecture series.
  • J. W. Kernohan and G. P. Sayre:
    Tumors of the pituitary gland and infundibulum.
    Washington, D. C. : Armed Forces Institute of Pathology; sold by American Registry of Pathology, 1956. 81 pages.
    In the series: Atlas of tumor pathology; fascicle 36.
  • D. C. Dahlin:
    James Watson Kernohan: 1896-1981.
    Surgical Neurology, February 1984, 21 (2): 107-109.

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