First Therapies Based on Anatomy

CSF was given its name by Magendie in 1825, and he and others, including Key and Retzius, elucidated its circulatory pathways later in the 19th century. Better understanding of the location of CSF within the ventricles led to more direct surgical approaches such as ventricular puncture. In 1891, Quincke described lumbar puncture as a treatment for hydrocephalus,

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and this has evolved into the important diagnostic and therapeutic tool that it is today.

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