Neurosurgery is Delicate

Neurosurgery is VERY DELICATE!!!Remember those days of medical school?  Remember when you followed the Neurosurgeon to the Operating Room?Back in 1991, I did this animation on an Amiga 3000 computer.

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Steven Mussey MD

Steven Mussey, M.D. is a physician in Internal Medicine, practicing in the Fredericksburg area for more than twenty years. He grew up in Springfield, Virginia and earned a degree in Physics from The University of Virginia, Phi Beta Kappa. He earned his medical degree at The George Washington University and was inducted into the medical honor society AOA. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine. He served in the Air Force for four years before entering into private practice. He particularly enjoys geriatric medical care and working with complex patients. For almost a quarter century, he has been practicing with one other Internist. Both doctors enjoy practice in a small, but busy office, and plan on working into their 70s, as long as they can still find their way to the office. Dr. Mussey is also an avid cartoonist and has a weekly cartoon in the local newspaper. He also enjoys cartoon animation and has had several public service cartoons playing regularly on the television cable systems. 

  3 comments for “Neurosurgery is Delicate

  1. Dean
    August 21, 2019 at 9:09 pm

    When I was a medical student I observed a neurosurgeon removing a brain tumor with a suction tip. Horrified as I watched him suck out the area of the tumor, I asked how he knew he wasn’t sucking up normal brain tissue. His response? “Good brain don’t suck”.

  2. R Stuart
    August 19, 2019 at 11:39 am

    It’s not brain surgery . . .

  3. arthur gindin MD
    August 18, 2019 at 2:39 pm

    Neurosugery was EASY compared to MEDICINE. How could anyone remember all that stuff! I used to grade the Internists by the number of “RULEOUTS.”

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