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CURRICULUM VITAE


Duke S. Samson, M.D.


Date of Birth: January 16, 1943


Place of Birth: Odessa, Texas


Current Employment: Professor and Chairman Department of Neurological Surgery

Lois C.A. & Darwin E. Smith Distinguished Chair

in Neurological Surgery

Director- Mobility Foundation Center

Kimberly Clark Distinguished Chair in Mobility Research

The University of Texas

Southwestern Medical Center

5323 Harry Hines Boulevard-Room CS5.104B

Dallas, Texas 75235-8855

(214) 648-4551

Education


Stanford University

Palo Alto, California

1961 - 1965

B.A. - Psychology


Washington University School of Medicine

St. Louis, Missouri

1965 - 1969

M.D.


Internship - Straight Surgical


Duke University Medical Center

Durham, North Carolina

1969 - 1970


Neurosurgical Residency


University of Texas Southwestern Medical School

Dallas, Texas

1970 - 1975


Fellowships


Centre Medico - Chirurgical Foch

(University Hospital of Paris)

Paris (Suresnes), France

September 1972 - May 1973

(French Ministry of Foreign Affairs)


Katonsspital, University of Zurich

Zurich, Switzerland

June 1973 - October 1973

Visiting Fellow, Department of Neurosurgery


Military Service (United States Army Medical Corps)


Clark Air Force Base Hospital

Republic of the Philippines

Western Pacific Neurosurgical Center

July 1975 - July 1976


Walter Reed Army Medical Center

Department of Neurosurgery

Washington, D.C.

July 1976 - July 1977

Assistant Chief


Academic Awards


Washington University School of Medicine

Outstanding Senior Student Award

Surgery. 1969


Republic of France Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Visiting Fellowship – Neurosurgery.

1972 - 1973


Harriet Cunningham Award of Excellence

Texas Medicine. February, 1983

"Surgical Treatment of Arteriovenous Malformations"


Diana Dean Head Injury Award for Neurosurgery Research.

October, 1989


The Donaghy Lecture, Joint Section of Cerebrovascular Surgery

American Association of Neurological Surgery

Denver, Colorado. April 1997


Honored Guest: Congress of Neurological Surgeons National Meeting

Boston, Massachusetts. October 1999


Eustace Semmes Lecturer: Southern Neurosurgical Society

Bermuda. 2003


Honored Guest: Texas Association of Neurological Surgeons

Dallas, Texas. 2005


Honored Guest: Yonseii Department of Neurosurgery,

Yonseii University, Seoul, Korea. 2005


Honored Guest: University of Helsinki Department of Neurological Surgery

Helsinki, Finland. 2007


Distinguished Guest: Scandinavian Society of Neurological Surgery

Helsinki, Finland. 2007


Honored Guest: Royal Astral-Asia Society of Neurological Surgery

Annual meeting, Australia. 1996


Honored Guest: University of Sydney Department of Neurosurgery,

Sydney Australia. 1996


Honored Guest: University of Melbourne Department of Neurosurgery.

Melbourne, Australia. 1997


Honored Guest: Argentinian Society of Neurological Surgery,

Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1999


Honored Guest: Brazilian Society of Neurological Surgery

Port Alegre, Brazil. 2000


Patricia and William L. Watson Jr. M.D

Award for Excellence in Clinical Medicine

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.

2011


Board Certification


American Board of Neurological Surgery

September 1978


Organizations


Congress of Neurological Surgeons

Texas Medical Association

Dallas County Medical Society

International Neurosurgical Forum

American Association of Neurological Surgeons

Neurosurgical Research Forum

American Academy of Neurological Surgery

Society of Neurological Surgeons

Texas Association of Neurological Surgeons

Southern Neurosurgical Society

Rocky Mountain Neurosurgical Society

Kasdon Neurosurgical Research Society


Faculty Appointments


Assistant Chief - Department of Neurosurgery

Walter Reed Army Medical Center

Washington, D.C.

1976 - 1977


Assistant Professor - Department of Surgery (Neurosurgery)

University of Texas Health Science Center

Dallas, Texas

July 1975 - August 1980


(Military leave of absence July 1975 - July 1977)


Associate Professor - Department of Surgery (Neurosurgery)

University of Texas Health Science Center

Dallas, Texas

September 1980 - August 1981


Associate Professor of Surgery and

Vice-Chairman of Division of Neurosurgery

University of Texas Health Science Center

Dallas, Texas

September 1981 - August 1984


Professor and Chairman - Division of Neurosurgery

University of Texas Health Science Center

Dallas, Texas

September 1984 - August 1986


Clark Professor and Chairman - Division of Neurosurgery

University of Texas Health Science Center

Dallas, Texas

August 1986 - December 1987


Clark Professor and Chairman - Department of Neurological Surgery

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Dallas, Texas

January 1988 - November 1995


Professor and Chair - Department of Neurological Surgery

Lois C.A. & Darwin E. Smith Distinguished Chair in Neurological Surgery

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Dallas, Texas

November 1995 – Present


Director- Mobility Center Foundation

Kimberly Clark Distinguished Chair in Mobility Research

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

September 1998- present


Hospital Appointments


Zale Lipshy University Hospital Parkland Memorial Hospital

Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas

1989 - Present 1977 - Present


Veterans Administration Medical Center Children's Medical Center

Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas

1977 – Present 1977 - Present


St. Paul Medical Center

Dallas, Texas

1989 – Present


Board and Committee Appointments


The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Clinical Advisory Committee

Dean's Advisory Committee

Faculty Council

Professional Liability Advisory Committee

Executive Committee of the Clinical Chairs

Group Practice Liaison Committee

Surgical Services Executive Committee

VA Dean’s Committee


Board of Directors of University of

Texas Southwestern Health Systems


Editorial Board for Neurosurgery (journal)

Editorial Board for Surgical Neurology (journal)


BIBLIOGRAPHY


JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS


1. Samson DS, Clark WK. Current review of brain abscess. Amer J Med 54:201-210, 1973.


2. Samson DS, Hodosh RM, Clark WK. Surgical management of unruptured asymptomatic aneurysm. J Neurosurg 46:731-734, 1977.


3. Samson DS, Watts C, Clark WK. Cerebral revascularization for transient ischemic attacks. Neurology 27:767-771, 1977.


4. Samson DS, Hodosh RM, Clark WK. Microsurgical evaluation of the pterional approach to aneurysms of the distal basilar circulation. Neurosurg 3(2):135-141, 1978.


5. Samson DS, Boone SC. Extracranial-Intracranial (EC-IC) arterial bypass: Past performance and current concepts. Neurosurgery 3(1):79-86, 1978.


6. Boone SC, Samson DS. Observations on Moya-Moya Disease: A case treated with superficial temporal middle cerebral artery anastomosis. Surg Neurol 19:189-193, 1978.


7. Samson DS, Hodosh RM. Microsurgical treatment of transient cerebral ischemia: Preliminary studies in 50 cases. JAMA 241(4):376-378, 1979.


8. Boone SC, Samson DS. Technical Notes: Salvage of a non-functional superficial temporal-middle cerebral artery anastomosis. Neurosurgery Vol. 4, No.3:254, 1979.


9. Samson DS, Hodosh RM, Reid WR, Beyer CW, Clark WK. Risk of intracranial aneurysm surgery in the good grade patient - early versus later operation. Neurosurgery 5:422-426, 1979.


10. Stewart RM, Samson DS, Diehl J, Inton R, Ditmore QM. Unruptured cerebral aneurysms presenting as recurrent transient neurological deficits. Neurology 30(1):47-51, 1980.


11. Ditmore QM, Samson DS, Beyer CW. Traumatic middle cerebral artery aneurysm: case report. Neurosurgery 6(3):293-296, 1980.


12. Samson DS, Neuwelt EA, Beyer CW, Ditmore QM. Failure of extracranial-intracranial arterial bypass in acute middle cerebral artery occlusion: a case report. Neurosurgery 6(2):185-188, 1980.


13. Gewertz BL, Samson DS, Ditmore QM, Bone GE. Management of penetrating injuries of the internal carotid artery at the base of the skull utilizing extracranial-intracranial bypass. J Trauma 20(5):65-369, 1980.


14. Samson DS, Ditmore QM, Beyer CW. Intra-arterial use of isobutyl-2-cyanoacrylate in the treatment of intracranial arteriovenous malformations. Neurosurgery 8(1):43-51, 1981.


15. Samson DS, Ditmore QM, Beyer CW. Intravascular use of isobutyl-2-Cyanoacrylate in the treatment of carotid cavernous fistulae. Neurosurgery 8(1):52-55, 1981.


16. Samson DS, Gewertz B, Beyer CW, Hodosh RM. Saphenous vein bypass in microsurgical treatment of cerebral ischemia. Arch Surg 116:1578-1582, 1981.


17. Mickey, B.E. and D. Samson, Neurosurgical applications of the cyanoacrylate adhesives. Clin Neurosurg 28: p. 429-44, 1981.


18. Samson DS, Beyer CW. Furosemide in the intraoperative reduction of intracranial pressure in the subarachnoid hemorrhage patient. Neurosurgery 10(2):167-169, 1982.


19. Samson DS. Cervical carotid injuries. Clinical Neurosurgery 29:647-656, 1982.


20. Samson DS. Surgical treatment of intracranial arteriovenous malformations. Texas Medicine, February 1983, 52-59. "Recipient of the Harriet Cunningham Citation for Meritorious Scientific Writing."


21. Samson DS, Batjer HH. Intraoperative Aneurysm Rupture. To be published in the Proceedings of the Second International Symposium of Cerebral Aneurysm Surgery in the Acute Stage - Graz, Austria, September, 1984.


22. Feit, H., E.P. Frenkel, B.R. Dunn, J. Diehl, and D. Samson. Acute subdural hematomas with lupus anticoagulant (procoagulant inhibitor). Neurology 34(4): p. 519-21, 1984.


23. Rosenstein J, Batjer HH, Samson DS. Use of the extracranial-intracranial arterial bypass in the management of refractory vasospasm, a case report. Neurosurgery 17:474-479, 1985.


24. Samson DS, Batjer HH. Arteriovenous malformations of the cerebellar vermis. Neurosurgery 16:341-349, 1985.


25. Dohrmann PJ, Batjer HH, Samson D, Suss RA. Recurrent subarachnoid hemorrhage complicating a traumatic carotid-cavernous fistula. Neurosurgery 17:480-483, 1985.


26. Close LG, Mickey BE, Samson DS, Anderson RG, Schaefer SD. Resection of upper aerodigestive tract tumors involving the middle cranial fossa. Laryngoscope 95(8):908-914, 1985.


27. Batjer HH, Samson DS. Arteriovenous malformations of the posterior fossa: clinical presentation, diagnostic evaluation, and surgical treatment. J Neurosurgery 64:849-856, 1986.


28. Batjer HH, Samson DS. Arteriovenous malformations of the posterior fossa: clinical presentation, diagnostic evaluation and surgical treatment. Neurosurgical Review 9:287-296, 1986.


29. Batjer HH, Suss R, Samson DS. Intracranial arteriovenous malformations associated with aneurysms. Neurosurgery 18:29-35, 1986.


30. Batjer HH, Samson DS. Intraoperative aneurysmal rupture: incidence, outcome, and suggestions for surgical management. Neurosurgery 18:701-707, 1986.


31. Batjer HH, Mickey BE, Samson DS. Potential roles for early revascularization in acute cerebral ischemia. Neurosurgery 18:283-291, 1986.


32. Batjer HH, Samson DS. The use of extracranial-intracranial arterial bypass in the management of symptomatic vasospasm. Neurosurgery 19:235-246, 1986.


33. Samson, D. Isobutyl-2-cyanoacrylate. Neurosurgery 19(5): p. 885, 1986.


34. Batjer HH, Mickey BE, Samson DS. Enlargement and rupture of distal basilar aneurysm following iatrogenic carotid occlusion. Neurosurgery 20:624-628, 1987.


35. Batjer HH, Samson DS. Surgical approaches to trigonal arteriovenous malformations. J Neurosurgery 67:511-517, 1987.


36. Batjer, H., B. Mickey, and D. Samson. Enlargement and rupture of distal basilar artery aneurysm after iatrogenic carotid occlusion. Neurosurgery 20(4): p. 624-8, 1987.


37. Batjer HH, Devous MD, Meyer YJ, Purdy PD, Samson DS. Cerebrovascular hemodynamics in arteriovenous malformation complicated by normal perfusion pressure breakthrough. Neurosurgery 22:503-509, 1988.


38. Batjer HH, Devous MD, Purdy PD, Mickey BE, Bonte FJ, Samson DS. Improvement in regional cerebral blood flow and cerebral vasoreactivity following extracranial-intracranial bypass. Neurosurgery 22:913-919, 1988.


39. Paine JT, Batjer HH, Samson DS. Intraoperative ventricular puncture. Neurosurgery 22:1107-1109, 1988.


40. Batjer HH, Purdy PD, Neiman M, Samson DS. Subtemporal transdural use of detachable balloons for traumatic carotid cavernous fistulae. Neurosurgery 22:290-296, 1988.


41. Batjer HH, Frankfurt AI, Purdy PD, Smith SS, Samson DS. Use of etomidate, temporary arterial occlusion, and intraoperative angiography in large and giant cerebral aneurysm surgery. J Neurosurgery 68:234-240, 1988.


42. Mickey, B., L. Close, S. Schaefer, and D. Samson. A combined frontotemporal and lateral infratemporal fossa approach to the skull base. J Neurosurg 68(5):

p. 678-83, 1988.


43. Batjer HH, Samson DS. Causes of morbidity and mortality from surgery of aneurysms of the distal basilar artery. Neurosurgery 25:904-916, 1989.


44. Batjer HH, Purdy PD, Giller CA, Samson DS. Evidence of redistribution of cerebral blood flow during treatment for intracranial arteriovenous malformation. Neurosurgery 25: 599-605, 1989.


45. Purdy P, Devous M, White C, Batjer HH, Samson DS, Brewer K, Hodges K. Reversible middle cerebral artery embolization in dogs without intracranial surgery. Stroke 20: 1368-1376, 1989.


46. Megison P, Batjer H, Purdy P, Samson DS. Spontaneous resolution of arteriovenous malformation without hemorrhage: A case report. Am J Neuroradiology 10:204, 1989.


47. Purdy PD, Devous MD Sr, Batjer HH, White CL III, Meyer Y, Samson DS. The microfibrillar collagen model of canine cerebral infarction. Stroke 20:1361-1367, 1989.


48. Giller CA, Stieg P, Batjer HH, Samson DS, Purdy PD. Transcranial Doppler ultrasound as a guide to graded therapeutic carotid artery occlusion. Neurosurgery 26:307-311, 1990.


49. Purdy PD, White CL III, Batjer HH, Brewer K, Hodges K, Samson DS. Intracarotid hydroxyethyl methacrylate solution causing stroke in dogs. J Neurosurgery 73:756-759, 1990.


50. Batjer HH, Samson DS. Management of intraoperative aneurysm rupture. Clin Neurosurg 36:275-288, 1990.


51. Batjer HH, Samson DS. Retrograde suction decompression of giant paraclinoidal aneurysms: Technical note. J Neurosurg 73:305-306, 1990.


52. Purdy PD, Samson DS, Batjer HH, Risser RC. Preoperative embolization of cerebral arteriovenous malformations with polyvinyl alcohol particles: Experience in 51 adults. Am J Neuroradiology 11:501-510, 1990.


53. Batjer HH, Samson DS. Causes of morbidity and mortality from surgery of aneurysms of the distal basilar artery. Stroke 21:693, 1990.


54. Purdy PD, Batjer HH, Samson DS, Risser RC, Bowman GW. Intra-arterial sodium amytal administration to guide preoperative embolization of cerebral arteriovenous malformations. J Neurosurg Anesthesiol 3(2):103-106, 1991.


55. Batjer HH, Samson DS. Emergent aneurysm surgery without cerebral angiography for the comatose patient. Neurosurgery, 28:283-287, 1991.


56. Purdy PD, Batjer HH, Samson DS. Management of hemorrhagic complications from preoperative embolization of arteriovenous malformations. J Neurosurg 74:205-211, 1991.


57. Giller CA, Mathews D, Purdy P, Kopitnik TA, Batjer HH, Samson DS. The transcranial Doppler appearance of acute carotid artery occlusion. Ann Neurol 31:101-103, 1992.


58. Purdy PD, Batjer HH, Risser RC, Samson D. Arteriovenous malformations of the brain: choosing embolic materials to enhance safety and ease of excision. J Neurosurg 77:217-222, 1992.


59. Eckard DA, Purdy PD, Girson MS, Samson D, Kopitnik T, Batjer HH. Intraarterial papaverine for relief of catheter-induced intracranial vasospasm. American Journal of Roentgenology 158:883-884, 1992.


60. Batjer HH, Samson DS. Reoperation for aneurysms and vascular malformations. Clin Neurosurg 39:140-147, 1992.


61. Samson D. Aneurysm perspective. Clin Neurosurg. 40:124-136, 1993.


62. Kopitnik TA, Samson DS. Management of subarachnoid hemorrhage. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 56(9):947-959, 1993.


63. Samson DS, Batjer HH, Bowman G, Mootz L, Krippner WJ, Meyer YJ, Allen BC. A Clinical Study of the parameters and effects of temporary arterial occlusion in the management of intracranial aneurysms. Neurosurgery 34(1):22-28; discussion 28-29, 1994.


64. Batjer HH, Kopitnik TA, Giller CA, Samson DS. Surgery for paraclinoidal carotid artery aneurysms. J Neurosurg 80(4):650-658-, 1994.


65. Kopitnik TA, Batjer HH, Samson DS. Combined transsylvian-subtemporal exposure of cerebral aneurysms involving the basilar apex. Microsurgery 15(8):534-540, 1994.


66. Batjer HH, Kopitnik, TA Jr, Giller CA, Samson DS. Surgical management of proximal carotid artery aneurysms (Review) (19 refs). Clin Neurosurgery 41:21-38, 1994.


67. Samson D, Steiner L, Stein BM, Debrun G. What is your general approach to the management of brain stem AVMs? Surg Neurol 44(2):107-108, 1995.


68. Vardiman AB, Kopitnik TA, Purdy PD, Batjer HH, Samson DS. Treatment of traumatic arterial vasospasm with intra-arterial papaverine infusion. Am J Neuroradiol 16(2):319-321, 1995.


69. Horowitz M, Purdy P, Unwin H, Carstens G 3rd, Greenlee R, Hise J, Kopitnik T, Batjer H, Rollins N, Samson D. Treatment of dural sinus thrombosis using selective catheterization and urokinase. Ann Neurol 38(1):58-67, 1995.


70. Horowitz M, Fichtel F, Samson D, Purdy P. Intracavernous carotid artery aneurysms: the possible importance of angiographic dural waisting. A case report. Surg Neurol 46(6):549-552, 1996.


71. Caplan, L.R., D.G. Piepgras, D.O. Quest, J.F. Toole, D. Samson, N. Futrell, C. Millikan, E.S. Flamm, R.C. Heros, Y. Yonekawa, T. Eguchi, H. Yonas, D. Rothbart, and R.F. Spetzler, EC-IC bypass 10 years later: is it valuable? Surg Neurol 46(5): p. 416-23, 1996.


72. Horowitz M, Samson D, Purdy P. Does electrothrombosis occur immediately after embolization of aneurysm with Guglielmi detachable coils?. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 18(3):520-513, 1997.


73. Fleckenstein JL, Purdy PD, Mendelsohn DB, Chason DP, Ginsburg MI, Samson DS. Aneurysm clip testing for ferromagnetic properties: clip variability issues. Radiology 202(3):640-642, 1997.


74. Samson D. The future of aneurysm surgery (letter;comment). Surg Neurol 49(6):582-583, 1998.


75. Giller CA, Wills MJ, Giller AM, Samson D. Distribution of hematocrit values after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. J Neuroimaging 8:169-170, 1998.


76. Horowitz M, Kopitnik T, Landreneau F, Krummerman J, Batjer HH, Thomas G, Samson D. Posteroinferior cerebellar artery aneurysms: surgical results for 38 patients. Neurosurgery 43(5):1026-1032, 1998.


77. Horowitz MB, Kopitnik TA, Landreneau F, Ramnani DM, Rushing EJ, George E, Purdy PP, Samson DS. Multidisciplinary approach to traumatic intracranial aneurysms secondary to shotgun and handgun wounds. Surg Neurol 51(1):31-41; discussion 41-42, 1999.


78. Samson D, Batjer HH, Kopitnik TA Jr. Current results of the surgical management of aneurysms of the basilar apex. Neurosurgery 44(4)697-702; discussion 702-704, 1999.


79. Horowitz M, Purdy P, Kopitnik T, Dutton K, Samson D. Aneurysm retreatment after Guglielmi detachable coil and nondetachable coil embolization: report of nine cases and review of the literature. Neurosurgery 44(4):712-719; discussion 719-720, 1999.


80. White JA, Horowitz MB, Samson D. Dural waisting as a sign of subarachnoid extension of cavernous carotid aneurysms: a follow-up case report. Surg Neurol 52(6):607-609; discussion 609-610, 1999.


81. Haase, J., I.B. Magnussen, C.S. Ogilvy, R.G. Ojemann, F.B. Meyer, D.O. Quest, M.T. Lawton, C.G. McDougall, R.F. Spetzler, D. Samson, A. Takahashi, T. Yoshimoto, J.I. Ausman, F.T. Charbel, G. Debrun, V. Aletich, and M. Dujovny, Evaluating patients with vertebrobasilar transient ischemic attacks. Surg Neurol 52(4): p. 386-92, 1999.


82. Samson, D.S., Honored guest presentation-developments in surgery of posterior circulation aneurysms. Clin Neurosurg 47: p. 121-36, 2000.


83. Purdy, P.D., R.E. Replogle, G.L. Pride, Jr., C. Adams, S. Miller, and D. Samson. Percutaneous intraspinal navigation: feasibility study of a new and minimally invasive approach to the spinal cord and brain in cadavers. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 24(3): p. 361-5, 2003.


84. C.L. Taylor, T.A. Kopitnik, Jr., D.S. Samson, and P.D. Purdy. Treatment and outcome in 30 patients with posterior cerebral artery aneurysms. J Neurosurg 99(1): p. 15-22, 2003.


85. Z. Dorai, L.S. Hynan, T.A. Kopitnik, and D. Samson. Factors related to hydrocephalus after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. Neurosurgery 52(4): p. 763-9; discussion 769-71, 2003.


86. C.L. Taylor, K. Dutton, G. Rappard, G.L. Pride, R. Replogle, P.D. Purdy, J. White, C. Giller, T.A. Kopitnik, Jr., and D.S. Samson. Complications of preoperative embolization of cerebral arteriovenous malformations. J Neurosurg 100(5): p. 810-2, 2004.


87. C.L. Taylor, D. Steele, T.A. Kopitnik, Jr., D.S. Samson, and P.D. Purdy. Outcome after subarachnoid hemorrhage from a very small aneurysm: a case-control series. J Neurosurg 100(4): p. 623-5, 2004.


88. H. Al-Khayat, , J. White, D. Manner, and D. Samson. Upper basilar artery aneurysms: oculomotor outcomes in 163 cases. J Neurosurg 102(3): p. 482-8, 2005.


89. E.F.Hauck and D. Samson. A1-A2 interposition grafting for surgical treatment of a giant "unclippable" A1 segment aneurysm. Surg Neurol, 2008.


90. E.F. Hauck, B.G. Welch, J.A. White, R.E. Replogle, P.D. Purdy, L.G. Pride, and D. Samson. Stent/coil treatment of very large and giant unruptured ophthalmic and cavernous aneurysms. Surg Neurol, 2008.


91. Hauck E.F., Wholfield B.W., White J.A., Samson D.S. Clipping of very large and giant aneurysms of the anterior circulation: J Neurosurg 109:1012-1018m 2008


92. Hauck, E.F., Barnett, S., White, J.A., Samson D.S. Symptomatic Brain Stem Cavernomas. Neurosurgery 64: 11.58-65, 2009


93. Barnett, S., Wohlfield, B.W., Thomas, J., Samson, D.S. Intradural Clinoidectomy and post-operative headache in patients undergoing aneurysm surgery. J Neurosurg 1;110;1-5


94. Hauk, A., Samson D.S. Infected Giant Opthalmic artery aneurysm remnant following surgery for clip ligation: J Neurosurg 1:126: 1-7. 2010


BOOKS


1. Samson DS, Batjer HH. Intracranial Aneurysm Surgery: Techniques. Futura Publishing Company, Mount Kisco, New York, 1990.


2. Stieg PE, Batjer HH, Samson DS. Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformations.

Publishing Company, Informa Healthcare, New York, 2006


3. Samson DS. Operative Techniques in Neurosurgery: Giant Intracranial Aneurysms. Publishing Company, Elsevier, Philadelphia, 2005


4. Samson DS, Batjer HH, White JA, Trammell T, Eddleman CS: Intracranial Aneurysm Surgery: Basic Principles Techniques. Thieme, New York, New York 2011

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