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Percival Bailey - bibliography

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American surgeon, born May 9, 1892, Illinois; died 1973.


  • P. Bailey, H. W. Cushing:
    Medullablastoma cerebelli: a common type of midcerebellar glioma of childhood.
    Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, Chicago, 1925, 14: 192-224.
  • P. Bailey, H. W. Cushing:
    A Classification of the Tumors of the Glioma Group on a Histogenetic Basis with a Correlated Study of Prognosis.
    Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott, 1926.
    Reprinted, New York, 1970.
    First German translation by A. Cammann:
  • Die Gewebsverschiedenheiten der Hirngliome und ihre Bedeutung für die Prognose.
    Jena, Gustav Fischer Verlag, 1930.
  • P. Bailey, H. W. Cushing:
    Tumors arising from the blood vessels of the brain.
    Springfield, 1928.
  • P. Bailey, D. N. Buchanan, Paul Clancy Bucy (1904-):
    Intracranial Tumors of Infancy and Childhood.
    University of Chicago, 1939.
    The first serious and detailed study of the subject.

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