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Arthur Schuller: Founder of Neuroradiology : A Life on Two Continents - John Keith Henderson

Arthur Schuller: Founder of Neuroradiology

A Life on Two Continents

By: John Keith Henderson, Michael A Henderson

eBook | 1 February 2021

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Professor Arthur Schuller (1874-1957) was a distinguished pioneer in the field of neuroradiology. His research rapidly made him the pre-eminent authority on the radiology of the skull and brain in the German-speaking world, particularly after the publication of his two books, including a monograph on diseases of the head, which became the standard textbook throughout the "classic era" of neuroradiology.
He was a university professor at the age of 35, author of many scientific articles in medical journals, and is credited with the first description of three diseases and three operations.
Schuller was also a refugee - fleeing Austria with his wife in 1938 and settling in Melbourne in 1939. The analysis of his career is woven into the personal history of his family. Tragically, his later years were darkened by the news from Europe that his two sons had perished in a concentration camp.


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