A new paper in a neurosurgery journal sheds light-weight on 1 of the most strange and surprising health care techniques at any time invented. The disturbing paper will come from Patric Blomstedt of Sweden’s Umeå College.
Blomstedt tells the story of a strategy termed ‘cerebral impaludation’, which actually suggests ‘putting malaria into the brain’. In this operation, which was executed on over a thousand persons in the 1930s, blood from a malaria-infected man or woman was injected straight into the frontal lobes of the regrettable client.
Why would everyone even aspiration of this sort of a course of action? The