The Surgeon Must Have All the Facts in His Head

At a given instant everything the surgeon knows suddenly becomes important to the solution of the problem. You can't do it an hour later, or tomorrow. Nor can you go to the library and look it up.


There is no intellisense in surgery.

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 'The Best Hope of All',
Periodicals>Magazine Article:  Kirklin, John W. (3 May 1963), 'The Best Hope of All', , Time , (3 May 1963), Retrieved on 2012-06-08