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Apps page updated

September 18, 2015, 7:51

Our apps page has just been updated to offer you some new apps that you may find helpful for your clinical practice and research. All apps are provided by DigitalNeurosurgeon.com. This is what we are offering:    NeuroMind is the world’s #1 ranked neurosurgical app and three times listed in the widely cited “Top Apps” on iMedicalApps.com. Since 2014 … Continue reading Apps page updated

Theses

December 30, 2014, 18:27

Academic Dissertation: Pathobiology of healing response after endovascular treatment of intracranial aneurysms — Prof. Jacques Morcos Click on a thesis title below to read the thesis: Aneurysms of the vertebral and posterior inferior cerebellar arteries Hanna Lehto, 2015 Brain and Spinal Cavernomas – Helsinki Experience Juri Kivelev, 2010 Diagnosis, Treatment and Outcome of Treatment of … Continue reading Theses

Editor’s Selections

June 27, 2014, 18:36

On this page, we will list links to articles and other educational information which our Editor-in-Chief has deemed to be interesting. If you have an item you would like to see listed on this page, please let us know by e-mailing editor@surgicalneurologyint.com.   How to Refute Inaccurate Media and Government Reports on Medicine: What Can … Continue reading Editor’s Selections

AANS meeting blogs on NEUROSURGIC

May 5, 2014, 21:02

NEUROSURGIC’s Managing Editor Steve Lenier attended the 2014 AANS meeting in San Francisco and did some blogging about it. Take a look here. If you’re already a community member at NEUROSURGIC you already have your own blog space. If not, sign up!

Management of brain trauma — Journal Club No. 1, 2014

April 15, 2014, 17:17

  The University of Chicago Journal Club. Feb-March 2014. “Management of brain trauma” Participating faculty; Awad I; Frim D, Ramos E, Hekmat-Panah J, Roitberg B. Residents: Dey M, Ralston A, Stamates M, Hobbs J, Wong R, Polster S,  Bhansali A, Sun Mar M. 1) Polytrauma: Pathophysiology, Priorities and Management. Otmar Trentz. In H-J Oestern et … Continue reading Management of brain trauma — Journal Club No. 1, 2014

Blog entry recognizes importance of industry

March 19, 2014, 21:12

NEUROSURGIC’s Managing Editor Steve Lenier has written a blog entry about the important role that industry plays in the development of products and services that move the field of neurosurgery forward. Included with his thoughts is a short list of some of the industry partners he has had recent discussions with as he works to … Continue reading Blog entry recognizes importance of industry

NEUROSURGIC Book of the Month

February 13, 2014, 20:10

NEUROSURGIC has partnered with Thieme Medical Publishers to create a Book of the Month feature, which each month highlights a book of interest to the neurosurgery community. Not only is information about the book given, but members of the NEUROSURGIC Community are eligible to enter a contest to win a free copy.  We’re glad to … Continue reading NEUROSURGIC Book of the Month

CNS 2013 Blog on NEUROSURGIC

November 4, 2013, 19:33

As Managing Editor of NEUROSURGIC, a social networking site for neurosurgeons, I had the pleasure of attending the recent annual meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons. These meetings are always stimulating to me as I’m able to learn about the topics that are discussed in the general sessions, and the progress that’s been made … Continue reading CNS 2013 Blog on NEUROSURGIC

Methylprednisolone for spinal cord injury. Is the controversy over? — Journal Club No. 1, 2013

August 6, 2013, 19:47

The University of Chicago Journal Club   Participating faculty: Roitberg B, Frim D, Lam S. Residents: Monim-Mansour N; Dey M; Khader-Eliyas J; Hobbs J; Stamates M Topic: Methylprednisolone for spinal cord injury. Is the controversy over?   Introduction: March 2013 saw the publication of new guidelines for the treatment of acute spinal cord injury, which … Continue reading Methylprednisolone for spinal cord injury. Is the controversy over? — Journal Club No. 1, 2013

How strong is the evidence for non-operative management of degenerative spine disease? — Journal Club No. 3, 2012

November 30, 2012, 17:54

The University of Chicago Journal Club Participating Faculty: Brown, Lam, Hekmat-Panah, Roitberg Participating Residents: Ferguson, Hobbs, Bhansali, Shakur, Stamates   Topic: How strong is the evidence for non-operative management of degenerative spine disease?   1) Walker B., French S., Grant W., Green S. A Cochrane Review of Combined Chiropractic Interventions for Low-Back Pain. Spine (Phila … Continue reading How strong is the evidence for non-operative management of degenerative spine disease? — Journal Club No. 3, 2012