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Recent publications and presentations

Prevalence of BPI in Pediatric Multi-trauma Patients

Neuropathic Pain after C7 Spinal Nerve Transection

Surgical Repair of Brachial Plexus Injury

Obturator Nerve Transfer as an Option for Femoral Nerve Repair

Treatment for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

For Phantom Pain, DREZ lesioning

Paraspinal Nerve Sheath Tumors

Ronald Tasker Award: A Novel Model of Neuroma Pain

Dorsal rhizotomy for treatment of bilateral intercostal neuralgia following augmentation mammaplasty: Case report and review of the literature. Microsurgery

Computed tomography reconstruction artifact suggesting cervical spine subluxation
Journal of Neurosurgical Spine, 2008

Electrical Stimulation for Painful Neuroma
Ed. Surgery of Peripheral Nerves: A Case-Based Approach, 2008

The Tibial Neuroma Transposition (TNT) Model of Neuroma Pain and Hyperalgesia Pain
2008

Selective Denervation of the Levator Scapula Muscle: Amendment to the Bertrand Procedure
 Journal of Neurosurgery, 2008

Decompressive surgery of lower limbs for symmetrical diabetic peripheral neuropathy
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2008

Dorsal Root Ganglionectomy and Rhizotomy
Encyclopedia of Pain, 2007

A brachial plexopathy due to myositis ossificans. Case report and review of the literature. Journal of neurosurgery 2001; 95(3):525-8.

Diagnosis and treatment of thoracic outlet syndrome
Neurosurgery Clinics of North America, 2001

Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors in the setting of segmental neurofibromatosis: A case report
Journal of neurosurgery 2000

Evidence for end-to-side sensory nerve regeneration in a human. Case report
Journal of Neurosurgery, 1998

Intraoperative electrodiagnostic testing during cross-chest C7 nerve root transfer
Muscle & Nerve, 1997

For more than 30 years, patients from all around the world have come to Johns Hopkins for care of their peripheral nerve problems. Our physicians’ surgical expertise comes from their focused experience in treating nerve dysfunction, trauma and disease. Performing hundreds of these surgeries each year makes our specialists the clear choice for diagnosis and surgical treatment.

Learn more about our research studies and see more of Dr Belzberg's publications via PubMed or Johns Hopkins University Research Profile.

To make an appointment or refer a patient, contact the Johns Hopkins Peripheral Nerve Surgery Center at 410-614-9923.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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