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  • n. Plural form of neurosurgeon.


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  • Parents often ask why both a plastic surgeon and a neurosurgeon have to be there, and the answer is that the neurosurgeons are the ones with the best ability to disassemble the affected parts of the skull and then the plastic surgeons are the ones who reconstruct the skull in the desired fashion; this will take future growth into consideration.

    The Beauty of Love

  • Other specialty surgeons, such as neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, will get a page, literally.

    CNN Transcript Mar 2, 2007

  • Hospitals across the state will again face even greater challenges recruiting and retaining physicians, especially specialists such as neurosurgeons and obstetricians, who were leaving


  • The study concluded that in order to successfully establish a trauma center in the High Desert, St. Mary's would need to overcome several obstacles, including recruiting specialized physicians such as neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons to the area.

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  • The surgeons at the House Clinic are neurotologists and neurosurgeons.

    John W. House, M.D.: Too Many Tests!

  • The 8th annual Neurosurgery Charity Softball Tournament brings together over 300 of the country's best neurosurgeons to raise money for brain-tumor research.

    Softball and Charity on the Brain

  • But for a charity tournament this Saturday in Central Park, all of the players are neurosurgeons.

    Softball and Charity on the Brain

  • We also met with an extraordinary group of young women at the Forum for African Women Educationalists FAWE School, who spoke of their aspirations of becoming neurosurgeons, teachers, and architects; dreams that now have the chance to come true.

    Meredith Horowski: Africa Is Calling: Are You the ONE?

  • So I went to my doctor, who sent me to one of the most prominent neurosurgeons in Arizona, at the prestigious Barrow Neurological Center where royalty comes for back surgery.

    Francine Hardaway: Yoga, Business and the Secret of Everlasting Youth

  • Much as neurosurgeons might hanker after white coats with an exceedingly long train (borne through corridors and into the operating theater by respectful junior registrars), most people would regard such a thing as perverse.

    Cri de coeur


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