Case Example of a Multimodality Approach to Intracranial Abnormalities

With complex neurosurgical issues, the use of several different types of treatment options are often very important. As an example, a 42-year-old male was having increasing right-sided visual difficulties. After a workup that included an MRI of the brain, he was referred to our office for definitive management and care. (more…)

Spine Tumor Consequences and Surgery Outcome

Monday’s second stage surgery went quite well for my spine tumor patient. The first stage of surgery was completed on Friday because of concerns of fairly significant spinal cord compression secondary to a spinal tumor. My team and I de-bulked this tumor and reestablished the spinal canal diameter anteriorly. (more…)