An All-Out Effort for Epilepsy
As a Level 4 center, the Johns Hopkins Epilepsy Center enjoys the highest degree of recognition conferred by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers.
For Craniocervical Junction, A Novel Surgical Approach
Basilar Invagination is a rare and serious condition which until now has only had one surgical treatment which had serious drawbacks. Now, to circumvent these impediments, Jean-Paul Wolinsky, clinical director of the Hopkins spine program, has developed a surgical approach through the neck.
Unlocking the Mysteries of CNS Infections
While Avi Nath and his team typically see common CNS infections, when he was consulted about a strange case, he immediately suspected a listeria infraction in the central nervous system.
Two Neuro ICUs, One Standard of Care
The Neurocritical Care Unit at Johns Hopkins is full, but the unit at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center has a bed. The difference? Three cross-town miles versus seven stories up. Other than that, the two units are pretty much exactly the same.
The Aneurysm Expert
Rafael Tamargo, director of cerebrovascular neurosurgery at Hopkins, treats a wide range of vascular problems in the brain, but the surgeon’s specialty is aneurysm.