Working in a Very Small Place: The Making of a Neurosurgeon

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The practice of neurosurgery is one of the most demanding and difficult specializations in the field of medicine. It attracts doctors of great dexterity and daring. Shelton takes the reader inside this world by focusing on the career of one man, who 20 years ago pioneered a controversial medical procedure that his patients called a miracle, and many of his peers called a fraud.

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