The neolithic school of neurosurgery in Central Germany

A. Alfieri, H. Meller, B.S. Stoll-Tucker, P. Tacik, S.B. Brandt & C. Strauss
Objective: We present an outstanding example of successful prehistorical double trephination in Central Germany using the scramble technique dating between 2700 and 2200 B.C, most likely in the Corded Ware at the end of Neolithic Age. Methods: Paul Berger, a local pharmacist and amateur archeologist,[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]