Judith's Pavilion by Marc Flitter M.D.
The Haunting Memories of a Neurosurgeon

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This remarkable book makes the operating room a theater of human drama-- Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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Published June 1, 1998 by Steerforth. 221 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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He holds in his mind an imaginary hospital wing--named Judith's Pavilion, after a woman whose failed surgery for a brain tumor still haunts him--peopled not only with his failures but with other ``casualties of fate and technology who shared the terribly fragile nature that is our existence.'' As...

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Although he devotes too much space to the suicides of medical-school classmates and colleagues, to the deaths of close friends, his father and grandfather, those souls function here somewhat like a Greek chorus, reinforcing Flitter's conviction that death is part of a voyage of understanding and ...

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