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That was the difference between feeling only slightly better, to knowing that she could start her life over again and emerge from 14 years of debilitating depression that included suicide attempts, months of hospitalization, every medication under
A judge recommended Friday that the license of Dr. Richard Kaul, an anesthesiologist who performed spine surgery at same-day surgery centers around North Jersey, be revoked. The pain doctor, who was allowed to practice in New Jersey for a decade
The ZIP system provides surgeons an alternative to the prevalent pedicle screw technologies to perform spinal fixation. The device is intended for treatment of degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, spinal tumors,and trauma, and is used to
The holidays are a peak time for impaired driving, which can result in serious head and spine injuries. Doctor Nicholas Slimack joined Wake Up Central Coast Tuesday. Dr. Slimack is a neurosuegeon with Marian Regional Medical Center. He's seen first
The updated guidelines are summarized in Neurosurgery , official journal of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons. The statement now makes clear that no athlete at any age or level of competition should be returned to play on the same day a
Professor & Deputy Director (Policy) UQ Centre for Clinical Research at University of Queensland Research Fellow at University of New South Wales Perseverance is a quality that plays a large role in the success or failure of many pursuits. It has
Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Description Any athlete with concussion symptoms should not be allowed to return to play on the same day, according to the latest consensus statement on sports-related concussion.
Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Description The Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) hosted a groundbreaking Innovation and Technology Symposium at its recent Annual Meeting in San Francisco.
Doctors conducted reconstructive surgery yesterday on a two-year-old Indian girl to correct a rare disorder that caused her head to balloon to twice its normal size, a neurosurgeon said. Roona Begum, whose plight attracted international sympathy,
But to avoid damaging critical functions like speech and vision, surgeons have to see the brain's tangled web of connections...This brain scanning technique, called tractography or diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), has been around for a while now and