A Patient Came to Me with Neck Pain and Headaches

A Patient Came to Me with Neck Pain and Headaches

Hi I’m Dr. Kyle Chappell, endovascular neurosurgeon who also specializes in minimally invasive spine surgery here at ANS which is Atlantic neuro surgical specialists. So, today, I’m here to talk about one of my patients who has two very distinct pathologies I just saw him in the office and I just want to tell you …

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Kick the Habit Before Brain Surgery

Kick the Habit Before Brain Surgery

Smoking before brain or spine surgery may increase risks. I’m Erin White and this is a dailyRx Minute. Quitting smoking before having brain or spine surgery can be beneficial to a successful surgery and healthy recovery. The results of a recent study showed that non-smokers and former smokers had fewer surgical complications, better healing and …

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UI Health: World Leading Care for Brain Aneurysm Surgery

UI Health: World Leading Care for Brain Aneurysm Surgery

I thought my headaches were normal. I never saw this coming. Brain aneurysm was not on my agenda. Brain aneurysms can rush in with little or no warning. That’s why you want UI Health on your side. With a team of world-leading neurosurgeons and the best surgical outcomes. Are you at risk? Go to ChiBrain.org. …

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Primer On Severe Brain Injury on TBILAW

Primer On Severe Brain Injury on TBILAW

Thanks for having made it to the primer on severe brain injury at tbilaw.com. I’m Gordon Johnson and I’m going to tell you a little bit about what our goals are on this primer on severe brain injury. We’re first going to cover some basic definitions of things about the diagnosis that you probably been …

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Arteriovenous Malformations (AVMs) | Boston Children’s Hospital

Arteriovenous Malformations (AVMs) | Boston Children’s Hospital

AVM stands for Arteriovenous Malformation. We believe that, in almost all cases, it developed during the development of the child in utero, and it basically involves two different kinds of blood vessels that should not be directly connected, actually being connected. In the body we have the arteries, which are the vessels that carry blood …

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Basilar Tip Aneurysm Coiling with Y Stenting. Brain Stenting

Basilar Tip Aneurysm Coiling with Y Stenting. Brain Stenting

this case will demonstrate a basilar tip aneurysm coiling with y-stenting. Here are some stills from the intraoperative angiogram showing some of the anatomy for orientation purposes. The Y stenting was performed by placing the first stent into the right PCA The patient was discharged on postoperative day 1 with no deficits on neuro exam. …

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Objectives Of Neurosurgery After Brain Injury

Objectives Of Neurosurgery After Brain Injury

Hi, this is Attorney Gordon Johnson. I want to talk about some of the objectives of neurosurgery or brain surgery. As we talked about in our previous video, the single biggest thing that typically is a risk factor after a severe brain injury is the increase in intracranial pressure that comes from the flow of …

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Pipeline to a Cure: Posthemorrhagic Hydrocephalus

Pipeline to a Cure: Posthemorrhagic Hydrocephalus

My daughter was one pound three ounces when she was born Because of how small she was she had a brain bleed and the neurosurgeon told us she had hydrocephalus And we never heard of the word before in our life. The doctor took one look at her And put her in the operating room …

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Beating the Odds: The Cory Weissman Story [Pt. 1 of 2] – Penn State Hershey Neuroscience Institute

Beating the Odds: The Cory Weissman Story [Pt. 1 of 2] – Penn State Hershey Neuroscience Institute

[ Silence ]>>Cory Weissman has dribbled a basketball for as long as he can remember.>>Cory Weissman: Basketball’s always been my life. There’s some sort of satisfaction that I got just having the ball in my hands.>>Just from infant or soon thereafter he just always had to have a ball in his hands.>>Tina: I was looking …

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