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Dr Benjamin Carson
- "Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story" wins $100,000 Epiphany Prize for Most Inspiring TV Program. 02/25/2010
- Dr. Ben Carson talks to Maryland Family about fatherhood in light of his childhood experiences. 06/01/2009
- Watch Dr Benjamin Carson perform brain surgery on a young patient to remove a brain tumor. From US News and World Report. 06/06/2008
- Johns Hopkins doctors do brain surgery via eyelid. 06/26/2010
- Neurosurgeon Jon Weingart explains the most common types of brain tumors, treatments and cutting edge research that may help in their treatment.
- Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Brain Tumor Center opens new brain tumor center location for patient consultations in Rockville, Maryland. 02/23/2010
- Ethosuximide in Childhood Absence Epilepsy — Older and Better. NEJM. 03/04/2010
- Hopkins hemispherectomy/epilepsy patient to appear on NBC’s Today Show. 03/02/2010
- Lacosamide validated as promising therapy for uncontrolled partial-onset seizures 02/25/2010
- The Diagnosis and Management of Childhood Epilepsy
- Modified Atkins Diet Can Reduce Epileptic Seizures in Adults 01/28/2008
- HIV Dementia — Biomarkers of brain damage in HIV infection. 03/01/2010
- A short-term, very-high dose regimen of the immune-suppressing drug cyclophosphamide seems to slow progression of multiple sclerosis (MS).
- Neurosurgeon Ed Ahn discusses positional plagiocephaly and craniosynostosis.
- Doctors Use New Way Of Fixing Babies' Heads. 03/01/2010
- Read about a young child who received treatment for a slow-growing tumor within her spinal cord, an intramedullary astrocytoma here at Johns Hopkins. 09/28/2005
Peripheral Nerve Surgery
- Hit & Run Victim Recipient Of Cutting Edge Hopkins Procedure
An Eastern Shore man is the victim of a life-changing event. Doctors at Johns Hopkins perform a delicate operation to improve his quality of life.
- Brachial Plexus Nerve Injury
Neurosurgeon, Dr Allan Belzberg describes the brachial plexus nerve system and how to treat an injury to the brachial plexus. (MP3) 05/25/2010
- Understanding restless leg syndrome 06/28/2010
- A multicenter study led by Johns Hopkins doctors has fine-tuned the dosage and timing for administering clot-busting tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) to patients with strokes caused by bleeding within the brain. 05/14/2008
- In US News and World Report, neurologist Daniel Hanley discusses a new treatment protocol for intracerebral hemorrhage which dramatically improves bleeding stroke outcomes. 05/14/2008