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Neurosurgery, the Official Journal of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons is your most complete window on the contemporary field of neurosurgery. Members of the Congress and non-member subscribers receive 3000 pages per year packed with the very lates
 
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The conclusion of our conversation with Suze Orman and Dr. Mike GroffFind Suze's podcast at www.suzeorman.com/podcast and everywhere you download podcastsFind Suze's latest book and others at www.amazon.com/Suze-Orman-Books/…=Suze+Orman+Books or anywhere you buy booksFind upcoming events and online CME at smiss.org/cme/Contribute to the NREF throug…
 
A conversation with Suze Orman and Dr. Mike GroffFind Suze's podcast at https://www.suzeorman.com/podcast and everywhere you download podcastsFind Suze's latest book and others at https://www.amazon.com/Suze-Orman-Books/s?k=Suze+Orman+Books or anywhere you buy booksFind upcoming events and online CME at https://smiss.org/cme/Contribute to the NREF …
 
Anchor lead: What do ALS and a common form of dementia have in common? Elizabeth Tracey reports ALS and a common form of dementia known as ‘frontotemporal’ share a defect, research by Jeffrey Rothstein, an ALS expert at Johns Hopkins, and colleagues has shown. It’s a place inside cells where materials are transported into the […]…
 
Anchor lead: A drug combination slows progression of ALS, Elizabeth Tracey reports A two drug combination tested in people with ALS, also called Lou Gehrig’s disease, has slowed their rate of decline compared with those who did not receive the drug, a study in the New England Journal of Medicine reports. Jeffrey Rothstein, an ALS […]…
 
A conversation with Dr. Vincent TraynelisFind more information about the Rush Neurosurgery Spine Fellowship at https://www.rushu.rush.edu/education-and-training/graduate-medical-education/fellowship-programs/neurosurgery-spine-fellowshipFind more information about the Miami Neurosurgery Spine Fellowship at http://neurosurgery.med.miami.edu/educatio…
 
A conversation with Dr. Roger HärtlFind more information about the Weill-Cornell Global Health Neurosurgery Fellowship at https://neurosurgery.weill.cornell.edu/education/neurosurgical-fellowships/global-health-neurosurgery-fellowshipAccess online CME webinars through Broadwater at https://broad-water.com/online-cme-webinars/…
 
Anchor lead: What do excess death data tell us about COVID-19 deaths? Elizabeth Tracey reports Epidemiologists have looked at death data for the United States for the last four months and calculated what is known as the excess death rate. That’s the number of deaths that have taken place over and above what would have […]…
 
Anchor lead: Trauma can produce conditions that lead to chronic headache, Elizabeth Tracey reports How is it that trauma to the head can result in chronic headaches? Sashank Reddy, a craniofacial surgeon at Johns Hopkins, explains. Reddy: Every nerve in your body is traveling through some specific locus. For your face and scalp those nerves […]…
 
Anchor lead: How can people who are considering surgery for headache be evaluated? Elizabeth Tracey reports Chronic headaches that develop after trauma or injury can sometimes be alleviated with a surgical procedure, but careful evaluation is needed beforehand. Sashank Reddy, a craniofacial surgeon at Johns Hopkins, describes the process. Reddy: Th…
 
Anchor lead: Some people with chronic headaches develop them after trauma, Elizabeth Tracey reports Injuries to the head can sometimes result in chronic, painful headaches that can be disabling. In some cases those headaches may be treatable with a procedure, says Sashank Reddy, a craniofacial surgeon at Johns Hopkins. Reddy: For certain patients w…
 
Anchor lead: Headaches are very common and some may actually be cured, Elizabeth Tracey reports Half to three-quarters of all adults in the world will report a headache at least once in the last year, global data indicate, and for some of those people the condition is chronic. Sashank Reddy, a craniofacial surgeon at Johns […]…
 
Interns around the country reflect on the past year to share what they've learned with the incoming class of new neurosurgery residentsThanks to our guests: Cecilia Dalle Ore (UCSF)Hassan Fadel (Henry Ford, @HassFadel on Twitter)Andrew Garton (Cornell)Alex Schupper (Mt. Sinai, @neurofitnessmd on Instagram)Faith Robertson (Mass General, @FaithCRober…
 
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