"Associates of Geoffrey Jefferson"

Scope and Content

Offprints written by Jefferson's associates, most of whom were colleagues at MRI. These are arranged by author as follows, G.F. Rowbotham [see JEF/2/1], James Hardman [see JEF/2/2], Joseph Schorstein [assistant at MRI neurological service], W.R. Henderson [neurological surgeon, Leeds General Infirmary], E.W. Twining [radiologist, MRI], A.R. Hunter [visiting anaesthetist, MRI], H.J. Brennan [anaesthetist to neurosurgical unit, MRI], Neville Young, R.T. Johnson [neurosurgeon, MRI], E.D. Gray [MRI], F.K. Kessel [neurosurgeon, MRI], A.N. Guthkelch [neurosurgeon, MRI], Kenneth H. Watkins [chief assistant to the surgical unit, MRI]. 

  • G. F. Rowbotham, 'Treatment of pain in the face by intramedullary tractotomy', British Medical Journal, 26 November 1938.
  • G. F. Rowbotham, 'Small aneurysm completely obstructing lower end of aqueduct of Sylvius', Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, December 1938.
  • G. F. Rowbotham, 'Observations on the effects of trigeminal denervation', Brain, 1939.
  • G. F. Rowbotham, 'Epidermoids arising in the diploe of the bones of the skull', British Journal of Surgery, 1939.
  • G. F. Rowbotham, 'The hyperostoses in relation with the meningiomas', British Journal of Surgery, 1939.
  • G. F. Rowbotham, 'Haemangiomata arising in the bones of the skull', British Journal of Surgery, July 1942.
  • James Hardman, 'The angioarchitecture of the glioblastoma multiforme type of tumour and its bearing on angiography', Lisboa Medica, 1938.
  • James Hardman, 'Asymmetry of the skull in relation to subdural collections of fluid', British Journal of Radiology, August 1939.
  • James Hardman, 'The angioarchitecture of the gliomata', Brain, 1940.
  • Abstract of The collected papers of Wilfred Trotter, F.R.S, Oxford University Press, 1941.
  • Joseph Schorstein, 'Carotid ligation in saccular intracranial aneurysms', British Journal of Surgery, 1940.
  • Joseph Schorstein, 'Gunshot wounds of the fronto-orbital region', The Lancet, 8 January 1944.
  • Patrick Clarkson and Joseph Schorstein, 'Treatment of denuded external table of the skull', British Medical Journal, 29 September 1945.
  • Joseph Schorstein, 'An atlas of head wounds illustrating standard operative technique', British Journal of Surgery, 1947.
  • W. R. Henderson, 'The anterior basal meningiomas', British Journal of Surgery, 1938.
  • E.W. Twining, 'Radiology of the third and fourth ventricles', British Journal of Radiology, July and October 1939.
  • A. R. Hunter, 'Dangers of pentothal sodium anaesthesia', The Lancet, 9 January 1943.
  • A. R. Hunter, 'The present status of the shock problem', Medical Press and Circular, 29 November 1944.
  • A.R. Hunter, 'New technique of spinal anaesthesia', The Lancet, 20 January 1945.
  • A.R. Hunter, 'Spinal anaesthesia, variations in dosage required', The Lancet, 16 March 1946.
  • A.R. Hunter, 'Anaesthesia for neurosurgical operations', Manchester University Medical Students' Gazette, April 1946.
  • A.R. Hunter, 'Local analgesia for abdominal operations', Anaesthesia, October 1946.
  • A.R. Hunter, 'The toxicity of trichloroethylene', British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy, June 1949.
  • A.R. Hunter, 'The design and calibration of a vaporiser for trichloroethylene', Anaesthesia, July 1949.
  • A.R. Hunter, 'Hexamethonium bromide', The Lancet, 11 February 1950.
  • H.J. Brennan, "Gas-oxygen" and cerebral congestion', The Lancet, 5 February 1938.
  • Neville Young, 'Bleeding from the ear as a sign of leaking aneurysm of the extra-cranial portion of the internal carotid artery', Journal of Laryngology and Otology, February 1941.
  • R.T. Johnson and R.C.S. Dick, 'Neurosurgery in the eastern theatre of war', 18 August 1945.
  • R.T. Johnson and P. Dutt, 'On dural laceration over paranasal and petrous air sinuses', British Journal of Surgery, 1947.
  • R.T. Johnson, 'Missile wounds of the head in the Burma campaign, with special reference to meningitis and ventriculitis due to virulent strains of escherichia coli', British Journal of Surgery, 1947.
  • E.D. Gray, 'Calcification and ossification of spinal tumours', British Journal of Radiology, December 1942.
  • F.K. Kessel, 'Cerebellar extradural haematoma', Journal of Neurology and Psychiatry, July and October 1942.
  • F.K. Kessel, 'Cranial surgery at Salerno', Manchester University Medical Students' Gazette, April 1946.
  • F.K. Kessel, 'Über die Behandlung chronischer Hirnabscesse mit Penicillin' [in German], Der Nervenarzt, June 1948.
  • F.K. Kessel, 'Some radiological and neurosurgical aspects of tuberous sclerosis', Act Psychiatrica et Neurologica, 1949.
  • F.K. Kessel, 'Erik Lysholm' [obituary in German], Der Nervenarzt, January 1948.
  • A.N. Guthkelch, 'Haemangiomas involving the spinal epidural space', Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, August 1948.
  • Kenneth H. Watkins, 'The bladder function in spinal injury', British Journal of Surgery, 1936.
  • Hugh Cairns, Peter Daniel, R.T. Johnson, G.B. Northcroft, 'Localized hydrocephalus following penetrating wounds of the ventricle', British Journal of Surgery, 1947.