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CURRICULUM VITAE

James E. Bland, MD

EDUCATION

University of Texas at Austin (BA-1958)

University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas (MD-1963)

Public Health Service Hospital-San Francisco (Internship-1963-1964)

University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas (Neurosurgery 1964-1968)

Fellowship:

University of California Medical Center San Francisco (Vascular) July 1968-July 1969

Certification:

American Board of Neurological Surgery

Dr. Bland has enjoyed a distinguished career in Neurosurgery for over 35 years. He recently announced his retirement from active practice and has been recognized as one of the foremost Carotid Artery surgeons in the world with the lowest stroke and mortality rate of any Vascular Surgeon. He is a superb technical neurosurgeon with wide ranging interests and capabilities.

Drs. Bland and Lazar have worked together for over 30 years. Dr. Bland now performs as the First Surgical Assistant in the Operating Theatre on most of Dr. Lazar's cases.



James E. Bland, M.D.

Bibliography

  1. Intrathecal Cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan) in Dogs Cancer 14:1115, 1961 (Bland, JE, Windmiller, J, Whitaker, J, Clark, WK)

  2. Study of Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure in Water Intoxication Using Triple Isotope Volume Determinations, Clin Res 11:67, Jan 1963 (Bland, JE, Shires, T, Clark, WK)

  3. Efficacy of Agents Currently Used to Reduce Intracranial Pressure When Administered by a New Technique Surgical Forum 14:429, 1963 (Porto, E, Bland, JE, Einspruch, BC, Clark, WK)

  4. Experience with Positive Contrast Ventriculography Am J Roent 101:147-151 Sept 1967 (Bland, JE and Clark, WK)

  5. Spasm of the Cervical Carotid Artery Annals of Surgery 166:987-989, Sept 1967 (Bland, JE, Perry, MO, Clark, WK)

  6. Experimental Induction of Cerebral Swelling Neurology 18:821-824, August 1968 (Bland, JE and Clark, WK)

  7. Spasm of the Cervical Internal Carotid Artery Secondary to Subarachnoid Haemorrhage Vascular Surgery 3:90-96, June 1969 (Bland, JE and Clark, WK)

  8. Neurological Complications of Carotid Artery Surgery Annals of Surgery 171:459-464, April 1970(Bland, JE, Chapman, RD, Wylie, EG)

  9. An Automated Tumor Resection Device for Neurological Surgery. Neurosurgery 3:392- 395, 1978. (Lazar, M.L., Wang, C., and Bland, J.E.)

  10. Treatment of Pain Syndromes. Current Treatment of Neurological Diseases edited by Rosenberg, R., Spectrum Publications, Jamaica, NY, 1979, pp. 589-604. (Bland, J.E.; Lazar, M.L. and Naarden, A.L.)

  11. Lumbar Adhesive Arachnoiditis. Letter of the Editor, Neurosurgery 5:771-772, 1979. (Lazar, M.L. and Bland, J.E.)

  12. Middle Cerebral Artery Fenestration. Neurosurgery 6:297-300, 1980. (Lazar, M.L., Bland, J.E., North, R.R. and Bringewald, P.R.)

  13. Carotid Endarterectomy Without Shunt. Neurosurgery 8:153-157, 1981. (Bland, J.E. and Lazar, M.L.)

  14. CT Scan-Directed Stereotactic Neurosurgery. Texas Medicine 81:44-49, 1985. (Denton, I.C., Stevens, E.A., Lazar, M.L., Bland, J.E., and Bringewald, P.R.)

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