|Title||Judith's Pavilion: The Haunting Memories of a Neurosurgeon|
|Summary||Flitter has been a neurosurgeon for more than thirty years, and like his colleagues, he must be able to perform tasks as delicate as "engraving the Lord's Prayer on a grain of rice." But this book is not about the technical side of neurosurgery; it is about human beings, doctors and patients, seeking together to achieve miracles.|
Does not circulate.
Nervous system -- Surgery -- Miscellanea.
Flitter, Marc -- Miscellanea.
Neurosurgeons -- Miscellanea.
Physician and patient -- Miscellanea.
Neurosurgery -- Personal Narratives.
|Source||The Stead Family|
|Physical Description||x, 221 p. ; 23 cm.|