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Walter Edward Dandy - bibliography

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American neurosurgeon, born 1886, Sedalia, Missouri; died 1946.


  • Internal hydrocephalus, en experimental, clinical and pathological study.
    With Kenneth Daniel Blackfan (1883-1942).
    American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, 1914, 8: 406-82.
  • Ventriculography following the injection of air into the cerebral ventricles.
    Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, 1918, 68:5-11.
  • Röntgenography of the brain after the injection of air into the spinal canal.
    Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, 1919, 70: 397-403.
  • An operation for the total removal of cerebropontile (acoustic) tumors.
    Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Chicago, 1925, 41: 129-48.
  • Ménière's disease, its diagnosis and a method of treatment.
    Chicago, American Medical Association, 1928. 26 pages.
    Reprinted from the Archives of Surgery, June, 1928, 16: 1127-1152.
    First edition, Menieres disease - aural vertigo with nausea and tinnitis followed by deafness in one ear, was treated by sectioning the auditory nerve intracranially.
  • The surgical treatment of Ménière's disease.
    Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Chicago, 1941, 72: 421-5.
  • Alfred Blalock (1899-1964):
    Walter Edward Dandy 1886-1946.
    Surgery, St. Louis, 1946, 19: 577-579.
  • Obituary:
    Walter Edward Dandy.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, 1946, 130: 1257.

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