NeuroLogic - Fall 2007
Articles in this Issue
With Hydrocephalus, the devil is in the diagnosis - and in selecting candidates for a shunt.
Dr. Allan Belzberg, Director of the Johns Hopkins Peripheral Nerve Surgery Center, treats phantom pain with dorsal root entry zone (DREZ) lesioning.
At the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Brain Tumor Center, patients benefit not only from the collaboration that routinely takes place among the Center's highly experienced specialists, but also from promising therapies rarely available elsewhere.
Henry Brem, the Harvey Cushing Professor and director of neurosurgery, is continuing the work his namesake began more than a century ago here at Johns Hopkins
The physician of Hopkins' stroke centers provide highly specialized services not routinely available.