Charles S. Kubik

Affiliations: 
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA 
Area:
Neuropathology, neurology
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(1891-1982) Chief, MGH Neurology Service 1946-1951

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Richardson EP, Kubik CS. (1992) Alzheimer's disease New England Journal of Medicine. 327: 1289
CHAPMAN EM, SHAW RS, KUBIK CS. (1964) SCIATIC PAIN FROM ARTERIOSCLEROTIC ANEURYSM OF PELVIC ARTERIES. The New England Journal of Medicine. 271: 1410-1
FISHER CM, KARNES WE, KUBIK CS. (1961) Lateral medullary infarction-the pattern of vascular occlusion. Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology. 20: 323-79
BARROWS LJ, KUBIK CS, RICHARDSON EP. (1956) Aneurysms of the basilar and vertebral arteries; a clinico-pathologic study. Transactions of the American Neurological Association. 181-3
ADAMS RD, KUBIK CS. (1952) The morbid anatomy of the demyelinative disease. The American Journal of Medicine. 12: 510-46
TIMBERLAKE WH, KUBIK CS. (1952) Follow-up report with clinical and anatomical notes on 280 patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage. Transactions of the American Neurological Association. 56: 26-30
KUBIK CS, RICHARDSON EP, DONAGHY RM. (1951) Brain abscess. Transactions of the American Neurological Association. 56: 121-6
COGAN DC, KUBIK CS, SMITH WL. (1950) Unilateral internuclear ophthalmoplegia; a report of seven clinical cases and the postmortem findings in one case. Transactions of the American Neurological Association. 51: 221-5
COGAN DG, KUBIK CS, SMITH WL. (1950) Unilateral internuclear ophthalmoplegia; report of 8 clinical cases with one postmortem study. A.M.a. Archives of Ophthalmology. 44: 783-96
ADAMS RD, KUBIK CS, BONNER FJ. (1948) The clinical and pathological aspects of influenzal meningitis. Archives of Pediatrics. 65: 408-41
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