2012
DOI: 10.3109/02688697.2012.685779 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Nosrat Ollah Ameli (1913-2010) was one of the pioneers in Iranian neurosurgery. After training in England in the 1950s, Ameli returned to his country to found the Darioush Kabir Hospital, where he started the first neurosurgical ward in collaboration with Prof. E. Samiy. Here he applied his genius and innovation to develop unique approaches to the management of challenging neurosurgical techniques, in the context of limited resource available at that time. He started the training of neurosurgeons in Iran. He w… Show more

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“…The first formal cancer related data from Iran were published by Habibi in 1962(Habibi, 1962Listed, 1977). The late professor Ameli (Ameli et al, 1979;Alimi and Rahimi-Movaghar, 2012) and Ardehali (1990) published the first reports on the brain and spinal cord tumors in Iran in 1979and 1990, respectively. Since 1984, all pathology centers in Iran are required to (by law from parliament) report all tissues "diagnosed or suspected of cancer/malignant" to the Ministry of Health.…”
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“…The first formal cancer related data from Iran were published by Habibi in 1962(Habibi, 1962Listed, 1977). The late professor Ameli (Ameli et al, 1979;Alimi and Rahimi-Movaghar, 2012) and Ardehali (1990) published the first reports on the brain and spinal cord tumors in Iran in 1979and 1990, respectively. Since 1984, all pathology centers in Iran are required to (by law from parliament) report all tissues "diagnosed or suspected of cancer/malignant" to the Ministry of Health.…”
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“…Ameli and Prof. E. Samiy established the first service of neurosurgery at Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 1950. [12] Gradually after establishment of this institute, more neurosurgical services began to work and more neurosurgeons were trained in the country. At the moment, seven universities within the country have neurosurgical training programs, among which two are located in Tehran (Tehran University of Medical Sciences with five affiliated medical centers and Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences with three affiliated medical centers), whereas the other five are located in Tabriz, Mashad, Isfahan, Shiraz, and Kerman (each university has one affiliated medical center for training neurosurgical residents).…”
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