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Pediatric Neurosurgery Patient Stories
With a team of internationally recognized pediatric neurosurgeons – our pediatric patients have access to the latest treatments available as well as compassionate family-centered care. View all stories.
Chiari Malformation: Adelynn's Story
As a baby, Adelynn was diagnosed with a Chiari malformation that was interfering with her ability to eat, sleep and breathe. Her family made the trip from South Carolina to Johns Hopkins, where they met with experts in pulmonology, pediatric otolaryngology and pediatric neurosurgery, including pediatric neurosurgeon Eric Jackson, M.D. Learn more about Adelynn's story.
Pediatric Brain Tumor: Declan's Story
Five-year-old Declan had an MRI to monitor a growth hormone deficiency. Afterward, his parents got shocking news: The scan showed Declan had a large craniopharyngioma brain tumor. The family found themselves at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, where Declan had brain surgery the next day. Watch neurosurgeon Alan Cohen and the pediatric neurosurgical team discuss how they removed this tumor.
Brain Tumor Center Patient Stories
With thousands of neurosurgeries performed each year– our patients have access to the most highly specialized care available. See the personal stories shared by our brain tumor surgery patients. View all stories.
Cushing Syndrome and Pituitary Tumor: Neale's Story
Neale Osenburg had a number of health problems due to advanced Cushing syndrome, and sought help from pituitary expert Dr. Roberto Salvatori. After locating a tumor on Neale’s pituitary gland that was causing the Cushing syndrome, Drs. Gary Gallia and Masaru Ishii took on the challenging surgery. With the hormone-secreting tumor gone, Neale is slowly getting back to normal.
Spine Center Patient Stories
While each patient’s treatment experience is unique, we hope that by sharing these spine surgery stories, you will see why people come to Johns Hopkins for world-renowned, individualized care. View all stories.
Chordoma: Susan's Story
Susan, a busy, active woman with no previous health problems, was shocked to be diagnosed with a rare spine tumor called a ch ordoma. Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Daniel Sciubba and a well-coordinated team helped her face the challenging surgery to address it.
Complex Spinal Reconstruction: Danica's Story
Diagnosed with a chiari malformation and atlas assimilation as a toddler, Danica underwent surgery at a very young age to prevent further damage to her brain and spine. But when the internal support structure broke, it threatened her life.
Cerebrovascular Surgery Patient Stories
Our comprehensive team of cerebrovascular specialists including neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists and neurologists, is dedicated to providing the best care and outcomes to our patients with cerebrovascular disorders. View all stories.
Aneurysm: Brianna's Story
California teenager Brianna Atkins faced the reality of a life-threatening brain aneurysm with little hope for treatment options. Alexander Coon, M.D., of Johns Hopkins used an innovative, minimally invasive flow diversion approach that gave Brianna the chance to lead a normal life.
Aneurysm: Laurie's Story
When Laurie Jean Cannady faced surgery for a brain aneurysm, it felt like more than she could handle. But she found the options she needed and an innovative new procedure.
Epilepsy Surgery Patient Stories
Surgery for epilepsy may sound drastic, but operative procedures may offer lasting relief for seizures that can't be controlled with medications. See how experts at the Johns Hopkins Epilepsy Center offer hope to patients with challenging seisures.
Feature StoryBenign Brain Tumor: Connor's Story
Four-year-old Connor said his arm kept falling asleep. Doctors found that he was having seizures caused by a Dr. Edward Ahn.
Functional Neurosurgery Patient Stories
People diagnosed with movement disorders such as dystonia and Parkinson’s disease, and conditions like epilepsy may benefit from surgery. Watch to see why patients seek the expertise of Johns Hopkins neurologists and neurosurgeons.
Feature StoryTrigeminal Neuralgia: Michelle's Story
Michelle's debilitating facial pain from trigeminal neuralgia prevented her from enjoying even simple pleasures. See how microvascular decompression surgery performed by Dr. Michael Lim gave Michelle her life back
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