Sellar Region Surgery in Croatia in the First Half of 20th Century

Ferenčić, Stella Fatović; Gnjidić, Živko
April 2006
Croatian Medical Journal;2006, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p310
Academic Journal
Discusses published medical reports on surgical approaches to the pituitary gland which were used in Croatia in the first half of the twentieth century. Person who performed the first transphenoidal pituitary surgery in the country in 1922; Oldest Croatian case report on acromegaly from 1896; Publication of the earliest description of the clinical presentation of pituitary tumor in the country.


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